We are delighted to congratulate Nathan Hilton for his graduation from Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary (WPTS). We asked Nathan to give us some insight on his learning experience at WPTS and his future plans: “I am truly thankful to the Lord for my time of study through WPTS. I could not have continued to serve my family and local church … Read More
We warmly welcome one of our new full-time students, Benjamin Mitchell, at the Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary! Read below why he chose to be a student at England’s only Presbyterian Seminary: “My name is Benjamin Mitchell and I am originally from Northern Ireland. I became a Christian when I was 12. At university I studied English literature and Philosophy before working … Read More
On Tuesday, 13th of June Professor of Systematic Theology Dr Ryan McGraw from the Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (GPTS) in South Carolina will hold a public lecture on preaching and prayer meetings. Dr McGraw wants to speak specifically about the question, “Why Should We Have Prayer Meetings?”. Everyone with an interest in theology is warmly invited to join us on Tuesday, 13th June 8-9 … Read More
We are delighted to have Revd Dr Peter Naylor for a public lecture on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 8-9pm at our Seminary. Revd Dr Naylor is the Minister of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Cardiff and serves as a adjunct Professor at the Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He will lecture about the Pauline Epistles and will bring his Old Testament expertise to … Read More
We are looking forward to Professor Dr Ian Hamilton’s public lectures at the Seminary on Pastoral Counseling on Tuesday, 7th March 7:30-9:30 pm. He will give us more insight of John Calvin’s and Thomas Boston’s ministries with the particular focus on Pastoral Counseling. The title of the lectures ‘John Calvin, First and Foremost a Pastor’ and ‘Thomas Boston: The Crook … Read More
WPTS is excited to announce its new podcast: Communicating The Glory. Listen in via the above link or search for us in stitcher, i-tunes or your preferred pod-casting app.
Revd Dr Kevin Bidwell was speaking at one of the Autumn lectures of The Christian Institute. He focused on the Bible’s realism of suffering in the Christian life. He began by referring to Psalms 42-43 as an example of mourning and despairing and that this should encourage us to keep walking by faith, despite difficulties and opposition. Furthermore, he pointed out … Read More
We are delighted to have Dr Ian Hamilton with us from the 28th November to 1st December to lecture about ‘Ancient Church History’. Dr Ian Hamilton was the minister of Cambridge Presbyterian Church for seventeen years, and is also a Banner of Truth Trustee and author of several books. Dr Ian Hamilton will help us to understand the development of the important … Read More
Do you understand the biblical view of the Holy Trinity? How has the church down the ages understood the relation between God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit? We are looking forward to Rev. Dr Kevin Bidwell’s lectures on ‘The Trinity and the Church’ at our Seminary next week. The evening lectures are open to the … Read More
Dr. Schweitzer gives an answer in the most recent issue of the ‘Lux Mundi’. You can find his ‘Summary Critique of Paedocommunion’ on page 29 if you click on the link and choose the issue from the 2nd of September 2016.
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