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Missional and Reformed: Lloyd Kim Takes the Gospel to SE Asia

Guests, Lloyd Kim   |   July 28, 2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Missionary, NT scholar, and 1999 WSC graduate Dr Lloyd Kim talks about taking the gospel to SE Asia. 

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To the Church in Smyrna: The Story of Fikret Bocek

Guests, Fikret Bocek   |   July 7, 2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Fikret Bocek tells the story of his conversion from Islam to Christianity, of his arrest, of the martyrdom of Turkish Christians, and of the establishment of a Reformed congregation in Turkey.

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To the Jew First

Guests, David Zadok   |   June 21, 2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Westminster Seminary California alumnus David Zadok talks about Reformed evangelism to the Jews in Israel.

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Kingdom and Kingdoms

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   November 1, 2008   |  Type: Articles

A quick survey of the history of Reformed thought on the one, two and many kingdoms of Christ and their implications.

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You are My Witnesses

Resident Faculty, Julius J. Kim   |   April 1, 2008   |  Type: Articles

If evangelism is primarily about what we say, who then should witness?

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Are Churches Secularizing America?

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   March 1, 2008   |  Type: Articles

Evangelicalism, in practice, is losing its interest in God and the grand story of his saving work in Jesus Christ.

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Encountering Islam: How Should Reformed Christians Respond to Islam?

Resident Faculty, Bryan D. Estelle   |   January 1, 2008   |  Type: Articles

The Reformed church has one duty toward our Muslim neighbors: to bring the gospel to bear upon their souls as we have the opportunity.

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Are You in God’s Story?

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   October 1, 2007   |  Type: Articles

As Christians we are a part of a grand narrative that revolves around God's purposes in creation, redemption, and the age to come.

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Suffering and a Theology of Glory

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   October 1, 2007   |  Type: Articles

There is no place for suffering in the quintessentially American religion of Joel Osteen's theology of glory.

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What Ever Happened to Sin?

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   October 1, 2007   |  Type: Articles

Joel Osteen's "good news" turns out to be the worst possible news-God's blessing on my life depends on my own good works.

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Joel Osteen and the Glory Story

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   October 1, 2007   |  Type: Articles

Those who preach a gospel of "a personal relationship with God" fail to realize that everyone has a relationship with God already: either as a condemned criminal or as a justified co-heir with Christ.

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Protestants and the Pope

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   July 1, 2005   |  Type: Articles

The silence of Protestants to false claims about the papacy said much about the state of Protestantism today.

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Cracking Da Vinci’s Code

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   July 1, 2004   |  Type: Articles

Dan Brown's novel is neither a piece of harmless fiction nor a neutral, objective restatement of the "facts."

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How to Discover Your Calling

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   May 1, 1999   |  Type: Articles

In these promiscuous times, we often reduce a calling to a job and thereby find little satisfaction.

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Vocabulary

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   November 14, 1991   |  Type: Articles

As Christians, we must keep biblical words and categories of thought as foundational to our own.

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