Westminster Theological Seminary

Westminster Theological Seminary

Presbyterian and Reformed Christian seminary in Glenside, Pennsylvania, US

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Westminster Theological Seminary is a Presbyterian and Reformed Christian seminary in Glenside, Pennsylvania.History Westminster Theological Seminary was formed in 1929, largely under the leadership and funding of J. Gresham Machen. Though independent, it has long had a close relationship with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, which Machen helped found in 1936. The Seminary was founded by members of the faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary, following a controversy over the perceived liberal direction that Princeton was beginning to take. Westminster Theological Seminary considers itself to be the faithful continuation of Princeton's historic theological tradition. Many of the founders of Westminster, including J. Gresham Machen, John Murray, Oswald Allis, Robert Dick Wilson, and Cornelius Van Til, had been professors at Princeton prior to the controversy. The first president of the Seminary was Edmund Clowney, who served from 1966 until 1984. He was followed by George C. Fuller and Samuel T. Logan. In 1982, the California branch of Westminster became an independent institution, Westminster Seminary California, and in 2009 the Dallas branch was established as Redeemer Theological Seminary . The current president is Peter Lillback, who also serves as a professor of Historical Theology.

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2960 W Church Rd, Glenside PA 19038

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Religious Studies

Influential People

Who are Westminster Theological Seminary's Most influential alumni?

Westminster Theological Seminary's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Religious Studies. Westminster Theological Seminary’s most academically influential people include Karen Jobes, Karen Jobes, and Rick Love.

Karen Jobes

Professor of New Testament Greek and Greek exegesis

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Karen Jobes

Professor of New Testament Greek and Greek exegesis

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Rick Love
Rick Love

American pastor and scholar

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Iain M. Duguid

Old Testament scholar

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Brian D. Miller

American attorney

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Susumu Uda

Japanese theologian

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William Edgar
William Edgar

Christian apologist

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Park Yun-sun

Korean biblical scholar

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Deok-Kyo Oh

Theologian

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Neal Horsley

Militant anti-abortion activist and Christian Reconstructionist

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Bong-Ho Son

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Mariano Di Gangi

American minister

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