Dr. Patrick Schreiner, Assistant Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Western Seminary, recently published a volume in Crossway’s Short Studies in Biblical Theology series. Entitled, The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross, Schreiner’s offering provides an accessible means of engaging one of Scripture’s most pervasive themes, the Kingdom of God.
The annual meeting of and conference for the Northwest Region of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) is occurring on March 3rd at Western Seminary.
Each year I attempt to write down some of my favorite reads of the year. This year I spent a lot of time on research projects and that meant I employed commentaries and resources that don’t make “best of lists” very often. But I did run across some good books.
The annual meeting of and conference for the Northwest Region of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) is coming up this weekend at Multnomah University. In light of this, Transformed asked Western’s Patrick Schreiner to tell us a little bit about ETS, along with who should attend conferences like this one, and why.
Do you want to better understand the language and context of the Bible? Bible software can be a great resource in your studies. In fact, Western so believes in the benefit of these tools that we recently entered into a special arrangement with Logos to offer our students an amazing discount on that program. Below, three of our professors explain which program works the best for them and why.