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Thinking of Seminary? Scott Clark Recommends You Listen Up

11 September, 2009

OfficeHoursArtworkscottclarkA special episode of WSC’s Office Hours podcast is now available, here. Here’s what host Scott had to say (HT: Heidelblog):

‘Westminster Seminary California is releasing a students OHspecial episode of Office Hours. This is a two-part special. Part 1 is an interview with three current WSC students: Dan Borvan, Ross Hodges, and Chuck Tedrick. Dan is a pastoral intern at OURC and a dual-track MDiv/HT student who transferred to WSC from a well-known dispensationalist seminary. Ross is a first-year MDiv student from Alabama, and Chuck is a senior MDiv student from Michigan who works with the White Horse Inn and Modern Reformation magazine. Part 1 of the show explores how these students made the decision to go to seminary, why they chose WSC, and what they’ve found since they’ve been here.

Part 2 of the episode is an interview with Mark MacVey, our Director of Enrollment Management. In this segment, I played the part of a prospective student and tried to ask the sorts of questions that prospective students ask: Why WSC? Why doesn’t WSC offer distance ed? How can I afford seminary?markmacvey OH Can I transfer credits? Mark  did great job responding to some tough questions, but I guess we should expect no less from a Cornhusker and former linebacker. Mark is a straight shooter. If you’re thinking about seminary, you should talk to him soon. If you are thinking about seminary or if you know someone who is, this episode of Office Hours will be helpful.  You can subscribe to Office Hours in iTunes or via your RSS reader or you can listen online at the Office Hours website. Office Hours is free and a service of WSC.’

Thanks, Scott! Be sure to check it out.

  1. 11 September, 2009 6:13 pm

    this is gonna be great!

  2. 13 September, 2009 9:00 pm

    Listened to episode 1 with Dr. G.
    Man, I miss those voices!

    I love WSC. Best place on earth. May it continue to be faithful to our Lord and his gospel.

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