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Meet the Faculty: Nick Brennan

Resident Faculty, Nick Brennan   |   April 5, 2021   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

 In this episode, Office Hours talks to Dr. Nick Brennan about his journey as a believer, and making his way to being the most recent addition to the WSC faculty as Associate Professor of New Testament.

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The Church as Confident

As Christians we may be confident that God is indeed for us in Christ even when our circumstances tempt us to doubt God’s favor toward us and presence with us.

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The Church as Persecuted

Resident Faculty, Joel E. Kim   |   February 3, 2021   |  Type: Interviews, WSC Videos, WSC Conferences

This message explores how Christ’s church bears witness in the midst of persecution, proclaiming the enduring reign of God and the power of His Word. 

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The Church as Body

Resident Faculty, A. Craig Troxel   |   February 3, 2021   |  Type: Interviews, WSC Videos, WSC Conferences

This message unfolds how this marvelous reality influences how we worship and serve Christ as creator, ruler, and redeemer.

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The Church as Neighbor

This message explores how the church relates to unbelieving neighbors alongside whom it exists.

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The Church as Pilgrims

This message compares and contrasts being a pilgrim with being a master, on one hand, and a tourist, on the other. 

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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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2021 Faculty Conference Preview

Resident Faculty, WSC Faculty   |   January 4, 2021   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

In this episode, Office Hours talks with the faculty presenting at the 2021 WSC Faculty conference for a preview of their lecture. 

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Psalm 91: Trust in God

Resident Faculty, Bryan D. Estelle   |   December 28, 2020   |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Articles, UPDATE Magazine

In the last year, we also have all been reminded about the fragility of life and the uncertainties that can come with disease and death: COVID, a plummeting economy, violence in the streets almost unparalleled in history. Often in such times, we turn to the Psalter for comfort. Today, I’d like to take the reader on a brief survey of a familiar Psalm: Psalm 91.

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Give Thanks | Isaiah 12:1-6

We are reminded by the Word always to give thanks.  No matter the circumstance, the Lord's grace and presence give us sufficient reasons for thanks.  

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But God Meant It for Good | Genesis 50:15-21

Among the sterling characters of the Old Testament few surpass Joseph for integrity and faith—which shine all the more given the suffering he was called to endure. From one perspective, his life could be summed up as, "how everything went wrong." But Joseph would insist that "everything went right." Is Joseph a special case and have a special faith?  Or does he testify to a promise that applies to the people of Christ as well?

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Restoring Zion

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   October 29, 2020   |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

We will be looking at God’s promise to restore the fortunes of Zion and the various ways in which he has done and will do that.  

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Reformation Day | Romans 3:21-28

In his 1521 translation of the Greek New Testament into German Luther used the word allein (alone) in his translation of Romans 3:28, which says, “For we reckon that a man is justified through faith apart from the works of the law.” Luther was right. He captured Paul's intent, which was to teach salvation sola fide, by faith alone.  

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A Covid-19 Update

Resident Faculty, Joel E. Kim   |   October 5, 2020   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

In this episode, Office Hours talks to Westminster Seminary California President Joel Kim about the state of the seminary during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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