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78th Commencement

Congratulations, class of 2007!  Westminster's 78th Commencement will be held at 2:00 pm on Thursday, May 24, at Calvary Church of Souderton, Souderton, Pennsylvania.  Our speaker this year will be Rev. John Bechtel. All are invited! 

Morning seminars (on the suburban Philadelphia campus) feature Dr. John S. Leonard on "Reading the Bible Missiologically" at 9:00 am and Dr. Kirk Lowery at 10:15 am on an “Introduction to The J. Alan Groves Center for Advanced Biblical Research.”

Carl Trueman responds to Francis Beckwith conversion to Catholicism

On May 4th , the evangelical scholarly world was stunned by the news that Francis Beckwith, current President of the Evangelical Theological Society, had converted to Roman Catholicism.  This dramatic news is likely to have repercussions for evangelicals for some time to come. Dr Carl Trueman, Professor of Historical Theology and Church History at WTS, offers some thoughts on Dr Beckwith's controversial decision. Click here to read.

New Scholarship Awards for the Texas Campus

Westminster is awarding 10 new scholarships for students entering the M.Div. program of study at our Texas Campus in Dallas.  The scholarship is for 40 percent of tuition for Fall and Spring semesters.  Awards will be made on a rolling basis, starting June 1, 2007 and ending August 15, 2007.  For full details on eligibility, application forms (financial aid and admissions), and on online video, go to on the right column labeled “Events and Deadlines.”

2007 Women in the Word Conference applications open

October 19-20 – Women of Westminster will sponsor its second annual Women in the Word: A Workshop.  Held on the Glenside, Pennsylvania campus, this weekend program is designed to help develop biblically skillful, theologically discerning women Bible teachers.  Dr. Karen Jobes, a Westminster Ph.D. graduate, will be the plenary speaker. She will focus three large group sessions on teaching and modeling exegesis and hermeneutics. Small study groups, a unique feature of this event, provide a hands-on, collegial setting in which participants present five-minute summaries of an assigned Bible lesson.  Registration for the event includes dinner and lunch.  Enrollment is by application only (June 30 deadline) and is limited.  Click here for the brochure.


Need a Gift for a Grad?

Beautiful embossed diploma frames and engraved hardwood chairs feature Westminster's historic seal.  Order one online for your grad's home or office.

Former Professor Meredith Kline passed away April 13, 2007

Meredith KilineA Th.M graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary and a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Dr. Kline taught Old Testament language and literature at Westminster until 1965. He went on to teach at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, becoming Professor Emeritus of Old Testament in 1993. In 1982 Dr. Kline became Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary California, until his retirement in 2002.  He and his wife Grace lived in Massachusetts.  He was deeply respected for his contributions to the Reformed faith and his friends at Westminster honor his memory.

35th PCA General Assembly Westminster Alumni Dinner

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The 35th PCA  General Assembly Westminster Alumni Dinner will be held June 13 from 5:30 - 7:00 pm at the Memphis Cook Convention Center, Ballroom C, Memphis TN. To attend this event, please RSVP by using our online registration form or calling 215-572-3834. We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Westminster Confession for Today' Conference

Join Professor Carl Trueman for his lecture at the 2007 Westminster Confession for Today' Conference at the Memphis Cook Convention Center, Memphis, Tenn., just before the PCA General Assembly. For schedule of events, speakers and other information, click here.
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