A fine essay by WSC student (and my TA) Joshua Forrest. Apparently all orthodoxy is not dead orthodoxy.
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Office Hours this month talks with Dr Dennis Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Seminary California. Dennis is one of the original faculty members at WSC and has taught New Testament as well Practical Theology and served as Academic Dean for . . . Continue reading →
Leaving a congregation and accepting a new call is one of the more difficult parts of pastoral ministry and yet that is what Professor Jason Barrie has done. This month he joins Westminster Seminary California as Associate Professor of Practical Theology to . . . Continue reading →
…But how do we do that with someone we might think to be unworthy of our love and good deeds? How do you love a jerk? You might say take a look in the mirror. Humbly realizing that we’re all unworthy jerks . . . Continue reading →
Although it is bad practice to believe in golden ages in the absolute sense, the present is certainly a high point for the church in the specific sense of the English-speaking world gaining increasing access to rich material from Protestant Orthodoxy that . . . Continue reading →