In this issue of UPDATE Magazine, A. Craig Troxel examines the importance of face-to-face seminary education from the perspective of the classroom experience. Bradley J. Bitner tells of his journey before joining the faculty as Associate Professor of New Testament. In addition, four of our new students share their stories of how the Lord led them to live and study at WSC. Read these stories and more in UPDATE Magazine!
The purpose of UPDATE is to showcase Westminster Seminary California’s distinctively Christ-centered, graduate education through the work of its faculty, students and alumni who are serving as pastors, teachers, missionaries, and leaders worldwide in light of our overarching mission “to glorify God through graduate theological study. . . for those who will serve in the Christian community and the larger society.”
Since 1979, Westminster Seminary California has offered a distinctly Reformed and rigorous education in order to glorify Christ, promote His Gospel, and serve His Church. The strength of our degree programs lies in our faculty’s unified commitment to the inerrant Scriptures and the Reformed confessions. Westminster Seminary California is the only dually accredited seminary in the West- ern United States serving confessionally Reformed churches.BACK