New Westminster Seminary California Podcast

In response to the rising need for solid, Reformed podcasts, Wesminster Seminary California has launched a new podcast called, Office Hours. It will be a theologically substantive program (as Christ the Center seeks to be), however, Season 1 will be more biographical in nature, including interviews with the following Professors and pastors:

Episode #1   August 31 – Bob Godfrey President and Professor of Church History
Episode #2   August 31 –  Julius Kim, Associate Professor of Practical Theology
Episode #3  October 5 - Mike Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics
Episode #4   Nov 2, 2009 - Steve Baugh, Professor of NT
Episode #5   Dec 7, 2009 - David Van Drunen, Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics
Episode #6   Jan 4, 2010- R. Scott Clark, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology (Mike Horton hosts)
Episode #7   Feb 1, 2010 - Joel Kim, Assistant Professor of NT
Episode #8    Mar 1, 2010 - John Fesko, Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Episode #9    Apr 5, 2010 – (1) Josh Van Ee, Assistant Professor of OT and (2) David Zadok, A retired major in the Israeli Army, a WSC graduate, and elder in a Reformed congregation in Israel.
Episode #10  May 3, 2010 - Dennis Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology
Episode #11  June 7, 2010 - Bryan Estelle, Associate Professor of OT
The release date for season 1 will be August 31, so I would highly recommend that you subscribe right away.

2 Responses

  1. Hi Nick,

    Thanks for this. One minor correction. The podcast will be monthly beginning August 31, though we are working on new shows and there are a couple of months with two shows planned, but we’re not quite ready to join the Christ the Center guys in doing a weekly podcast.

    Thanks for all you do.

    Blessings on your ministry and congregation.

  2. Jim Gorski

    Hey guys,

    The above link for Westminster Seminary California takes you to Wayne State College. Close but no cigar!

    Jim Gorski

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