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As It Was in the Days of Noah

Many Christians quite misunderstand our Lord’s teaching in Matthew 24 because they miss the parallel that our Lord drew between his future bodily return and the days of Noah. Indeed, missing the connection between Noah and Jesus has been the cornerstone of the entire “Left Behind” phenomenon and has been since the beginning of the modern “secret rapture” craze since 1972.

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Unmasked by Grace

God’s grace, through the cross of Christ, unmasks us. The cross exposes our guilty secrets and the condemnation and lethal punishment that we deserve, leaving us nowhere to hide to preserve our “image.”  

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Lutheran and Reformed

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   September 18, 2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Dr. W. Robert Godfrey about the differences and commonalities between the Lutheran and Reformed traditions.

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The Gospel in the Gospels: Matt 28:20

Jesus assures his disciples on the verge of their worldwide ministry as he is about to depart of his constant presence with his people throughout this age.

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From Bondage to Blessing

Because Christ, the Son of Man, paralyzed sin and death for us, we must continue to trust him and bring others to his feet.

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Thirsty for Grace

As we celebrate the birth of the Protestant Reformation, 500 years ago this fall, that we will meditate on Galatians, which Luther called “my Katie von Bora,” in six Morning Devotions over the semester.  

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Aquinas Among the Protestants

Resident Faculty, David M. VanDrunen   |   September 4, 2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks with Dr. David VanDrunen about the new book he co-edited, "Aquinas Among the Protestants." 

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Opening Convocation - Fall 2017

WSC President Joel Kim's opening convocation message entitled, "Becoming Less."

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A New President

Resident Faculty, Joel E. Kim   |   August 21, 2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Westminster Seminary California's new president, Rev. Joel E. Kim. 

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How to Encourage a Congregation to Pray

"If you want to encourage your congregation to pray then first and foremost you yourself dear pastor have to be a man of prayer."

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How to Decide on a Sermon Series

"Regardless of what you choose, always preach from the Word of God."

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How can Pastors Decide When a Call is Right for Them?

"It would be really nice if the Lord put flaming arrows over the church building where you are suppose to be a minster, but that's not the way it works."

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How Can Pastors Effectively Use Their Time?

"You want to be a good time manager and you want to use your time well so that you can be of the greatest use to Christ for His church." This week on Fesko Fridays, Dr. Fesko discusses how pastors can effectively use their time.

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Continuing the Legacy of Old Geneva

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   July 19, 2017   |  Type: Articles, UPDATE Magazine

As a young Californian many things in Pennsylvania were a little strange. One oddity for me was that the lunch break at seminary began at 1:00 p.m. That seemed late to me (and I was hungry by then). So I asked someone why lunch was so late. The shocked reply was “because that was the way they did it at old Princeton.” In time I would discover that that was the answer to many questions, and, for me as a historian, it was a very satisfying answer. 

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The Challenges of Pioneering

Resident Faculty, Dennis E. Johnson   |   July 19, 2017   |  Type: Articles

You are pioneers about to plunge into new territory. However long you’ve been a Christian, you have an exhilarating, challenging, terrifying adventure before you. This adventure will bring discoveries not only about God’s Word but also about yourself. It will change you from the inside out.

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