Tuesday, April 1

Westminster: pt. 1

This begins a series of posts about the creation of Westminster Seminary.

To say it in a paragraph:

Princeton Seminary was a main institution for biblical training for many years and had been the academic home of noted bible teachers like Archibald Alexander, Charles Hodge, A. A. Hodge and B. B. Warfield. Professor of New Testament, John Gresham Machen, led a conservative revolt against a growing movement toward modernistic theology that denied basic elements of orthodox Christianity. In 1929, he left his position at Princeton and, with several other men, founded Westminster Theological Seminary.

Our series is going to learn about the men behind this paragraph and inspire ourselves to live boldly and without compromise today.

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