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The strength of our four master degree programs lies in our faculty's commitment to the inerrant Scriptures and the Reformed confessions.

WSC faculty are pastor-scholars, committed to ministry in Reformed and Presbyterian denominations, with a zeal to actively engage the most critical areas of biblical scholarship. They are committed to the Bible as the inspired, infallible, and inerrant Word of God, and to the Reformed confessions and catechisms. Their teaching is an extension of this commitment, cultivating unity and vitality throughout the educational experience. Active research and writing, and participation in theological conferences, associations, summits keep faculty close to the issues facing the church today.




Carl R. Trueman
Visiting Professor in Historical Theology
M.A., Saint Catherine’s College; D.Phil., King’s College, University of Aberdeen

Julius J. Kim
Visiting Professor of Practical Theology
B.A., Vanguard University; M.Div.,  Westminster Seminary California; Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Zach Keele
Lecturer in Practical Theology
B.A., Geneva College; M.Div., Westminster Seminary California

Marcus J. McArthur
Adjunct Professor of Church History
B.A.,University of California, Los Angeles; M.A.H.T., Westminster Seminary California; Ph.D., Saint Louis University

Kim Riddlebarger
Visiting Professor of Systematic Theology
B.A., California State University Fullerton; M.A. Simon Greenleaf University; M.A.R. Westminster Seminary California; Ph.D. Fuller Theological Seminary

James R. Lund
Adjunct Professor of Theological Bibliography
B.A., Northwestern College; M.A., Westminster Seminary California; M.L.I.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

S. Steve Park
Visiting Professor of Practical Theology
B.A., University of British Columbia; M.A.R., Westminster Seminary California; M.Div. and Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary

Eric B. Watkins 
Adjunct Professor in Practical Theology 
B.A., Southeastern Bible College; M.Div. Westminster Theological Seminary; Th.M., Reformed Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Theological University in Kampen

Richard Bishop
Adjunct Professor of Church History
B.A., Wheaton College; M.A.H.T., Westminster Seminary California; Ph.D, University of Virginia

James Gilmore
Visiting Professor in Apologetics 
B.S., Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania