Rev. Dr. Richard B. Gaffin, Jr., professor of biblical and systematic theology, emeritus, will be speaking on March 21as a part of the Boice Lecture Series at Tenth Presbyterian Church. His lecture is entitled "Inerrancy andthe Self-Witness of the Bible," and will begin at 7:00pm.
Click here for more information. The event will also be live-streamed here.
Westminster in partnership with the Discovery Institute and Pensmore Foundation will host the 5th annual Westmisnter Conference on Science and Faith on April 11 and 12 at Covenant Fellowship Church in Glen Mills, PA. Speakers will include Rev. Drs. Vern Poythress and K. Scott Oliphint from Westminster.
The Westminster Bookstore and Crossway Books will host a special book launch event featuring Rev. Kevin DeYoung on April 25 at Covenant Fellowship Church in Glen Mills, PA. Also participating are Westminster faculty G. K Beale, Carl Trueman, K. Scott Oliphint, and adjunct David Powlison.
Assistant Librarian of 38 Years, Grace Mullen, Retires
After 38 and a half years of service, Grace Mullen has announced her retirement from Westminster Theological Seminary (PA). Over the years, the seminary has been given occasions to publicly thank Grace for her service. We do so here, once again, with deep gratitude.
Westminster held its annual Missions Conference on February 10th through the 14th. While some of it was cancelled due to snow, we were able to capture video of Rev. Dr. Peter Lillback's chapel message, as well as Rev. Dr. John Bechtel's chapel and lunch discussion.
Rev. John Larson recently took the time to answer a few questions about his memories of seminary and his current role as associate pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Athens, GA. Rev. Larson also serves the seminary as a Regional Alumni Representative, recruiting new students and connecting with fellow alumni.
The seventh annual Gaffin Lecture on Theology, Culture, and Mission.
Dr. John Piper will be speaking at the seventh annual Gaffin Lecture on March 12, 2014 at 10:30am in Rust Auditorium. Dr. Piper's lecture will be "The New Calvinism and the New Community: The Doctrines of Grace and the Meaning of Race."
This event is at full capacity, and there are no more seats available