The Christian scholar, as in all areas of life, is to render academic service “as to the Lord” (Eph 6:7). This means that the primary audience for the Christian scholar is the Lord Jesus Christ.
Western Seminary’s 2015 Portland graduation is Saturday, April 25. Below is the commencement prayer that I prayed for the 2014 graduates. Our sovereign Lord and Father, we bow before you now as our great God and king. To you alone belong honor and power and glory, for you alone are God. You alone are creator, […]
Know the Heretics by Justin S. Holcomb Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2014. 176 pgs. Who was Pelagius and why should the members of my church bother to find out? Why should we be interested in Arius’s ideas about Jesus Christ, ideas that were condemned as unorthodox hundreds of years ago? Let’s face it, when it […]
This excerpt is taken from Dr. Todd Miles’ article, Recognizing Jesus, published in the spring 2014 edition of Western Magazine (article begins on page 8). We learn at an early age, that if you want to get the correct answer in Sunday School, just say “Jesus.” It really doesn’t matter what the question is. As […]
The TransformedBlog asked the faculty of Western Seminary to give a brief list of the most influential books that they have read. Dr. Todd Miles lists his top 7 most influential books. Knowing God by J. I. Packer I read this in college. Packer caused me to think about the majesty of God in […]