What does it mean to be old school in a new age? Some would suggest that it means “modernizing” our theology in order to appeal to the current culture. But compromising biblical teaching has never served the church well. Does that mean we should merely mimic Old Princeton theologians and pretend we are living in the nineteenth century? In this issue (p. 4), Michael S. Horton, the J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, answers this question.
Also in this issue, current students Jordan and Kendra Dahl (p. 8) describe their experience leaving home in North Dakota, moving into Westminster Village, and studying together at WSC. Alumnus Anacleto S. Carag (p. 18) also shares about his ministry in the Philippines. Finally, long-time Professor of New Testament, S. M. Baugh, reflects on his time at WSC as a student and professor.
- Old School in a New Age–Michael S. Horton (or view article on WSC website)
- The Lord Will Provide–Jordan & Kendra Dahl
- Returning to Serve in Manila–Anacleto S. Carag
- Up Close with S. M. Baugh