Monday, 7 September 2009

New Podcast

I love podcasts. Ye they provide sweet fellowship for me on the half-hour drive to and from work each day. Where would I be without the White Horse Inn? Or Desiring God's stuff? Well folks, there's a new beast of a podcast for you to subscribe to and it comes from the good gents at Westminster Seminary California. It is named "Office Hours" and each monthly episode consists of Scott Clark interviewing the faculty of WSC.

The first 2 interviews with Bob Godfrey and Julius Kim are belters. I love it when RSC cuts to the chase and asks "how did you become Reformed?" If that was the only question he asked then Office Hours would still be worth subscribing to, but of course Scott goes deeper and we get some fascinating biographical stuff from Godfrey and Kim.

The breakdown of episodes goes:
Episode #1 August 31 - Bob Godfrey President and Professor of Church History

Episode #2 August 31 - Julius Kim, Associate Professor of Practical Theology

Episode #3 October 5 - Mike Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics

Episode #4 Nov 2, 2009 - Steve Baugh, Professor of NT

Episode #5 Dec 7, 2009 - David Van Drunen, Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics

Episode #6 Jan 4, 2010- R. Scott Clark, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology (Mike Horton hosts)

Episode #7 Feb 1, 2010 - Joel Kim, Assistant Professor of NT

Episode #8 Mar 1, 2010 - John Fesko, Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology

Episode #9 Apr 5, 2010 - (1) Josh Van Ee, Assistant Professor of OT and (2) David Zadok, A retired major in the Israeli Army, a WSC graduate, and elder in a Reformed congregation in Israel.

Episode #10 May 3, 2010 - Dennis Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology

Episode #11 June 7, 2010 - Bryan Estelle, Associate Professor of OT.

The contact email for the program is:

Listeners cans subscribe to Office Hours on iTunes and via the website.

Don't know about you, but I can't wait to hear what unfolds!

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