Our History Commitment, excellence, and passion define the Westminster heritage. Enroll in one of our degree programs to join our tradition of theological conviction and ingenuity. The Heroic Stand of Our Founder The great theologians of Princeton Seminary championed Reformed Christian scholarship during the early 20th century. Internationally renowned, the faculty included the insightful biblical […]Read More The great theologians of Princeton Seminary championed Reformed Christian scholarship during the early 20th century.
By Jay Rogers Published April 2008 In rebutting classic premillennialism, it should first be noted that there is a great area of agreement between classic premillennialists, amillennialists, and postmillennialists. All Christians agree that the church, called “the Bride” and “the New Jerusalem” in Revelation 20, exists both in heaven and on earth prior to the […]Read More Rebuttal to Classic Premillennialism
December 10: Rev. Drury Lacy [1758-1815] by archivist Tragedy Turned to Triumph It was on this day, December 10th, in 1815, that the Rev. J. J. Janeway wrote in his journal, “It has pleased the Lord to send to this city the Rev. Drury Lacy [of Virginia] to die, and to edify us by his exemplary behaviour […]Read More New post on This Day in Presbyterian History
Friday, December 9, 2016 | Comments (31) PDF Print Email by Cameron Buettel & Jeremiah Johnson We need to begin by saying thank you. The response to last week’s series on The Gospel According to Hillsong was explosive, far exceeding our expectations. We’re thankful to everyone who read it, shared it with others, and commented—even […]Read More
The State of Theology What do Americans believe about God, salvation, ethics, and the Bible? Ligonier Ministries and Lifeway Research partnered to find out. These are the fundamental convictions that shape our society. What do Americans actually believe? The State of Theology data set is rich with information useful for discerning the beliefs of Americans about God, salvation, […]Read More
Dickson (c.1583–1663) was a professor of theology whose writings are both plain and concise. He wrote commentaries on many different books of Scripture. Dickson was a helpful counsellor to many in their spiritual difficulties. The Stewarton revival took place during his ministry in Irvine. Many from the parishes around attended his weekly exposition of the […]Read More Posts related to David Dickson
Home » Blog » What Does Revival Transform? Posted on 2 Dec 2016 Many people pray and long for revival. But what do we mean by it? Perhaps this is assumed to be rather obvious. It is a special outpouring of God’s blessing when His people are spiritually renewed and many others are converted. Revival includes this […]Read More What Does Revival Transform?
NewsBob Allen | December 1, 2016 A Southern Baptist seminary president said Nov. 29 that Baptists who adopt Calvinistic theology and practice ought to consider joining another denomination. “I know there are a fair number of you who think you are a Calvinist, but understand there is a denomination which represents that view,” Paige Patterson, […]Read More Chapel speaker terms Calvinism ‘Trojan Horse’