Countdown to Office Hours Episodes One and Two

OfficeHoursArtworkOffice Hours the podcast of Westminster Seminary California that takes you inside the seminary and (aurally) face to face with the seminary begins next Monday, August 31. Episodes one and two will be released on Monday morning (Pacific time). Click on the graphic to the left to go to the WSC page where you can subscribe via iTunes or RSS or simply download the programs as they are released. Episode one is an interview with W. Robert Godfey, President of WSC and Professor of Church History. Bob is always delightful and this interview is no exception. Episode two is an interview with Julius Kim, Associate Professor of Church History. He’s just back from a year-long stay in South Korea. His account of the state of evangelical and Reformed Christianity in Korea should not be missed. To entice you to subscribe and listen we’re giving away free copies of books by Mike Horton, Bob Godfrey, Ned Stonehouse, and free passes to the upcoming WSC faculty conference (January 15-16, 2010), and free mp3 downloads of the audio from our 2009 faculty conference, “Calvin’s Legacy.” You have to listen to play and the best way to listen is to subscribe. It’s free, it’s Reformed, it’s fun. What more could you want?

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  • R. Scott Clark
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    R.Scott Clark is the President of the Heidelberg Reformation Association, the author and editor of, and contributor to several books and the author of many articles. He has taught church history and historical theology since 1997 at Westminster Seminary California. He has also taught at Wheaton College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Concordia University. He has hosted the Heidelblog since 2007.

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  1. In your poll, I am not “restrained by lilliputians,” but I am a bit of a luddite. I just got a new iphone, and signed up for itunes, and actually found Office Hours there. But there is no way to subscribe (it seems) from the information available through itunes on my iphone. (I can only just listen.)

    • You can but it’s easier to install iTunes on your computer. It’s free. Go to the iTunes store and find OH and subscribe. In your iPhone prefs when it’s connected to the computer turnvtge sync function and your ready

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