Office Hours Special: WSC 30th Anniversary Round Table on Scripture (Update)

UPDATE March 16, 2010

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March 15, 2010

Westminster Seminary California is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year. To mark the occasion Office Hours has thus far released a special documentary recorded during the January 2010 faculty conference.

The latest special is a roundtable discussion featuring W. Robert Godfrey, President of WSC and Professor of Church History, John Fesko, Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, and Joel Kim, Assistant Professor of New Testament at WSC. Click on the Office Hours logo for more.

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  1. 1. Another round on target.

    2. I’d be heading west if I were starting seminary studies again.

    3. I might just amble west next year and do a semester out there. We’ll see.

    4. Solid stuff.

    5. Thanks.

  2. Here’s another grand slam for WSC and Office Hours! Although I’ve heard most of these points discussed for decades, I need to hear them again and again.

    At age 62, I’m probably one of the senior members of the Heidelblog groupies. It is a joyous thing to hear four faithful men united in their uncompromising stand for God’s truth–two young enough to be my sons, one deep into middle age, and, well, then there’s Bob Godfrey.

    I vividly remember the “Battle for the Bible” controversies in the 1970’s. Standing proud on my shelves is every book and pamphlet published by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy. I even though at one time (foolishly, of course!) that the last word had been said on the subject. But of course we can never declare victory to “move on” or “get beyond” this topic. The conflict is perennial; you’d be hopelessly naive to believe otherwise.

    To you young men: Prepare for the conflict every day, in full armor, until the Lord calls you home. Your conflicts with the world, the flesh, and the devil will never decrease. It’s a mighty war we fight, but a thrilling one in God’s strength.

    Thank you, WSC, for your faithfulness. The Reformed faith is in good hands.

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