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Preaching and Biblical Theology

Guests, Kim Riddlebarger   |   April 8, 2021   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

The Rev. Dr. Kim Riddlebarger delivers the final lecture of a three lecture series entitled, "The Pastor as Apologist, Theologian, and Bible Scholar: How What You Learn in Seminary Can Inform Your Preaching" at the 2021 WSC Den Dulk Lectures.

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Preaching and Systematic Theology

Guests, Kim Riddlebarger   |   April 7, 2021   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

The Rev. Dr. Kim Riddlebarger delivers the second of three lectures entitled, "The Pastor as Apologist, Theologian, and Bible Scholar: How What You Learn in Seminary Can Inform Your Preaching" at the 2021 WSC Den Dulk Lectures.

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Preaching and Apologetics

Guests, Kim Riddlebarger   |   April 6, 2021   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

The Rev. Dr. Kim Riddlebarger delivers the first of three lectures entitled, "The Pastor as Apologist, Theologian, and Bible Scholar: How What You Learn in Seminary Can Inform Your Preaching" at the 2021 WSC Den Dulk Lectures.

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The Church as Exiles

Our uncomfortable calling as exiles—to be neither isolated from nor absorbed into our environment—means following the footsteps of the Suffering Servant.

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Sola Scriptura & Missions

Guests, Lloyd Kim   |   June 1, 2020   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

In this episode, Office Hours talks to Dr. Lloyd Kim about his work with Mission to the World (MTW). 

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Sola Scriptura and Missions: Popes, Councils, and Church leadership in Southeast Asia

In this lecture, we will discuss the stereotypical portrait of a leader in Southeast Asia and then explore the implications of Sola Scriptura in the life and practice of leadership in the Church.

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Sola Scriptura and Missions: Scripture and Missions in Southeast Asia

We shall discuss the challenges and opportunities to engage in witness to Southeast Asians in light of differences in worldview, authority, and the nature of sacred writings.

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What Can We Learn From the History of Preaching?

March 16, 2018   |  Type: Interviews, WSC Videos, Westminster Answers

"One of the greatest treasures we have to teach us about preaching is how preachers thought about and actually did preaching over the past 2000 years."

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The 21st Century Pastor and Prayer

Rev. Dr. Jon Payne delivers a lecture entitled, "The 21st Century Pastor and Prayer," at the 2018 WSC Den Dulk Lectures.

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The 21st Century Pastor and Proclamation

Rev. Dr. Jon Payne delivers a lecture entitled, "The 21st Century Pastor and Proclamation," at the 2018 WSC Den Dulk Lectures.

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The 21st Century Pastor and Piety

Rev. Dr. Jon Payne delivers a lecture entitled,"The 21st Century Pastor and Piety," at the 2018 WSC Den Dulk Lectures.

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Preaching God’s Stories

Scripture’s narratives present preachers with pitfalls and privilege. Pitfalls include abstracting timeless life-lessons from the drama experienced by fleshand-blood people, and putting ourselves in the spotlight, leaving Christ in the shadow. Yet narratives offer the privilege to introduce multidimensional, broken people to the real Hero of the Big Story, the multidimensional, allsufficient Lord and Savior.

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The Lofty Vocation of the Humble

Guests, Jennifer Herdt   |   October 24, 2017   |  Type: Lecture Series, Convocations

Dr. Jennifer Herdt delivers a convocation lecture for Westminster Seminary California's Women and Theology series.

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What Makes a Great Pastor?

March 1, 2017   |  Type: Interviews, WSC Videos, Westminster Answers

Dr. Zack Eswine, Director of Homiletics and Adjunct Professor of Applied Theology at Covenant Theological Seminary, answers the question, "What Makes a Great Pastor?" in the latest edition of Westminster Welcomes.

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Reaching a Spanish-Speaking People in North America

Guests, Chris Sandoval   |   July 28, 2014   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Office Hours talks with Rev. Chris  Sandoval, a multi-cultural church planter and Alumni Relations Associate at Westminster Seminary California, about better understanding the Hispanic community and how that affects witnessing to them in the Reformed tradition. 

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