Gospel and Culture Project

Gospel. Culture. Many of us are unsure if those words belong together. What does the Gospel have to do with culture? Is culture something Christians are meant to resist? Transform? Ignore?

Dutch statesman and theologian Abraham Kuyper once said, “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry: 'Mine!'"

Those words are foundational to the theological approach of Westminster Theological Seminary. Yet most of us feel painfully inadequate when it comes to translating those words into real-life contexts (vocations, politics, entertainment, etc.). In other words, while we believe that Christ is Lord over every area of life, we live as though this is not true—as though Christ is insufficient.

This is the gap in our lives. Sometimes, we live with it too comfortably. The Westminster Gospel & Culture Project is here to help reveal—and we hope heal—that gap.

Introducing the Gospel & Culture Project

The Westminster Gospel & Culture Project exists to equip Christians to be interpreters of culture and agents of cultural transformation through the Gospel . We seek to accomplish this through the development of ministries that are relationally-driven and solutions-oriented . With an aim to serve first the Westminster community, then the church, and finally the broader culture.

At this early stage, the Gospel & Culture project is concentrating on its first level of concern: the community of Westminster Theological Seminary. If you are a present, past, or prospective Westminster student, we would love to talk with you about the Gospel & Culture Project and you:


Present & Prospective Students


The Gospel & Culture Project

Dr William Edgar, Director
John Eddy, Executive Director
Mari Stout, Program Coordinator

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phone: 215 572 3811

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