The 2020 winner of the Edgar Creative Writing Prize, awarded annually at Westminster.
"Contentment is a fickle mistress. She is usually gone and when she is near, she always threatens to leave."
"Serving people by considering God first is an incomparable comfort to those in ministry."
Seeking long-lasting joy rather than mere, short-lived happiness
Rob Golding reflects on the frequency of our crises and how we must look to Christ in the midst of suffering and uncertainty
"Are you as bold as you ought to be in sharing the gospel?"
Three seasoned pastor-scholars―William Edgar, R. Kent Hughes, and Alfred Poirier―come to the aid of today’s pastor, bringing their experience to bear on cultural engagement, the craft of preaching, and the care of souls.
A recent graduate of Westminster reflects on the Master of Divinity, and the fruit of his studies during this time.
"The pendulum has swung—and today, the “otherworldly” focus has changed to the present."
An interview with Doctor of Ministry student Rob Pacienza
A recently launched After School Satan Club reminds us that Satan’s been the most passionate supporter of free speech since the dawn of time.
"True creation is more complicated than what AI does."
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?
This article, the seventh of the series, was first presented in 1942 at Westminster Theological Seminary's "The Christian World Order" conference.