"Is Wolfhart Pannenberg the Theologian of the Future?"
On Thursday April 16, 2015, Rev. Carlton Wynne delivered a special lecture at Westminster. His lecture was entitled "Is Wolfhart Pannenberg the Theologian of the Future?: An Evaluation of Pannenberg's Retroactive Eschatology from a Reformed Perspective."
During the week of April 6-10, 2015, Westminster hosted its annual missions conference. On the Wednesday of the conference, Drs. John Bechtel and Alistair Begg spoke at a special chapel on the importance of missions and Gospel-centered evangelism.
Audio and Video now available of these two chapels.
Rev. Barry Noll (M.Div. '01) serves as a church planter for the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and Liberti Network in Warrington, PA.
Barry's first taste of ministry came after his conversion, during his junior year in high school. He volunteered to teach Sunday School, served on mission trips, and led young men’s discipleship groups under his pastor, Angelo Juliani, at New Life Church.
On March 18, 2015, The Most Rev. Dr. Peter Jensen spoke at the eighth annual Richard B. Gaffin, Jr. Lecture on Theology, Culture, and Mission. Dr. Jensen's lecture was entitled "Beginning in Jerusalem: The Theological Significance of the 2008 Global Anglican Future Conference."
Video and audio of this lecture are now available.
Elizabeth (Libbie) Groves, lecturer in Old Testament, has recently published a new book, Grief Undone: A Journey with God and Cancer. Grief Undone is the breathtakingly honest, yet hopeful account of how Elizabeth (Libbie) and Al Groves walked with God through Al’s terminal cancer.