Pierce Taylor Hibbs discusses how the speech of God informs all realms of knowledge.
If God has spoken, that changes everything. It means you know who you are, why you're here, and where you're going.
Scholar of science and theology, Vern Poythress, examines which of the contemporary interpretations of Genesis are most consistent with scientific evidence and careful biblical interpretation.
Pierce Taylor Hibbs reflects on the way in which truth changes us, based on Vern Poythress's book, Truth, Theology, and Perspective.
In our world things are not the way they are supposed to be. If God is perfect, loving, and powerful, why does he allow this world to be so painful and imperfect? Scripture provides satisfying answers to these questions.
A philosophy, as a worldview, must have an anchor if it is to be meaningfully discussed and assessed. If God exists, then philosophy must find its anchor by being subservient to theology.
What are creationism, evolution, and intelligent design really about? Do they have similar levels of credibility, or has materialism displaced God as the best explanation for our existence?
Listen to Dr. Cornelius Van Til speak on music and worship.
Amillennials aren't the doleful type. We know Christ rules, our suffering matters, and the world needs our witness.
Charles Taylor wrote that we aren't receptive to spiritual realities as much as we used to be. Thankfully, that's not entirely true.
"A secular age is an age of options. And the proliferation of options isn’t just tolerated; it’s encouraged. That’s why secularism and pluralism go hand in hand."
"Everything bears a message from the estate owner."
The blood of Christ still speaks. It asks us to draw nearer, to the owner of the blood.
Our nativity scenes communicate something we all overlook: a weak and suffering savior who came to the world as an outcast.
110 years after its original publication, The Wonderful Works of God remains one of the finest single-volume systematic theologies ever written.
Here are 20 quotes from the J.H. Bavinck classic that cut to the core of his genius.
Here are three things you need to know before talking to people who differ from you.
Cornelius Van Til could say things that make you re-envision your approach to knowledge and theology. This is one of them, and it brings out our wonder, humility, and worship.
One of the hallmarks of Westminster Theological Seminary since its beginning in 1929 has been a high view of Scripture that reflects the historic Reformed theological and confessional tradition. Thy Word Is Still Truth confirms that Westminster still holds this high view.
"The entire created world is a type of speech from God."
Pierce Hibbs discusses how we can find peace in Christ even in the midst of painful anxiety.
A "Satanic" song performance at the 2023 Grammys has drawn much attention. What does it teach us about secular thought, and how should we respond?
The relevance of belief in God may just be the thing that draws a drifting culture back to Christianity. Apart from relevance, faith is dead in the water.
"But the king of questions always steps ahead of the others, strong and silent: Who are you?"
"The trouble for God’s people has always been the same: God’s voice isn’t the only one receiving attention."
Stranger Things expresses a lot about God, people, and the world we live in. How do those expressions align with biblical truth and God's common grace?
Critical theory shares assumptions with the snake talk of Genesis 3.
True courage requires something many people lack: the long quiet labor of understanding, sympathizing, and loving as we speak the truth.
A book review of 'Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World'
"This is yet another example of a not-so-subtle maneuver pro-abortion advocates have employed in recent years, involving word games that would have made Wittgenstein proud."
Mark Giacobbe reflects on current events in Afghanistan and offers insight on how to pray for the nation
An opinion piece about watching movies during the coronavirus pandemic
Scott Oliphint engages Anthony Flew's evidentialism using 1 Peter 3.
Read Timon Cline's review of Tara Isabella Burton's "Strange Rites: New Religions for a Godless World."
John Currie discusses the importance of prayer for the goings-on of public life.
"The West, despite owing much of its very existence to Christian faith, is anything but hospitable to Christian faith in the 21st Century. How did this happen? Who has bewitched us?"
Nate Morgan Locke discusses why everyone should view Christopher Nolan's films.
The Mariner hath his will, and he cannot choose but hear.
The 2020 winner of the Edgar Creative Writing Prize, awarded annually at Westminster.
Collecting Witherow’s most important works on the topic—The Apostolic Church, Scriptural Baptism, and The Sabbath—this volume includes a new and illuminating biography of Witherow by volume editor Jonathan Gibson.
"It sounds beautiful—a shoot of color breaking forth up out of the dry ground of a monotone world. It even looks like hope."
"Additionally, the matter of public theology at Westminster was greatly clarified by our concern to maintain our position on the sanctity of life in the face of the pro-abortion demands of the Affordable Care Act."
Myers Mckinney explores the thought of Bach and Edwards on the Beauty of Christ
Vern Poythress shows how Westminster is uniquely situated to do cultural analysis.
David Owen Filson's guided tour of the legacy of precision and piety in Presbyterian preaching, pt. 2
Peter and Mary Szto are interviewed about their family's history and relationship with Westminster Theological Seminary.
"It was...Christ’s plan...generating generations of his laborers that animated Westminster’s forefathers at Old Princeton."
This article was first presented in 1942 at Westminster Theological Seminary's "The Christian World Order" conference.
Brian Mattson describes from John 16:33 how the gospel message of hope provides confidence in a world of tumult and turmoil.
Rob Golding reflects on the frequency of our crises and how we must look to Christ in the midst of suffering and uncertainty
"Contentment is a fickle mistress. She is usually gone and when she is near, she always threatens to leave."
"Melville not only opened a window to a different time, but to a different man, a man who quite literally sailed stormy seas in hunt of Leviathan and other sea monsters."
Dr. Jonny Gibson describes four ways the Lord is our keeper from Psalm 121
Hongsik (Paul) Woo reviews Robert Covolo's 'Fashion Theology'.
"Such lessons can help the reader become more refined and mentally fit for his literary task."
"True creation is more complicated than what AI does."
A Guided Tour of the Legacy of Precision and Piety in Presbyterian Preaching, Pt. 3
"...the chaos helped drown out the echoes of his own voice proclaiming, “I don’t know who I am.”