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jay wegter worldview

Jay Wegter an instructor in Christian Ministries at The Master’s College has taught on the topic of “The Power of the Christian Worldview in Evangelism” that is available in two parts on Youtube.  First let me share his biography:

An experienced pastor and Bible teacher, Mr. Wegtter has a B.A. degree from Christian Heritage College and a Master of Divinity degree from The Master’s Seminary.  He founded Gospel for Life in 2005, which is a training ministry which assists local churches in fulfilling The Great Commission through evangelistic outreach and through curriculum designed to keep the Gospel central in discipleship.  Jay is co-author of the book, “This Little Church had None,” which was the featured gift book at the Shepherds’ Conference in 2009.  He has written other resources on the Christian life and is a professional artist.

Here are the videos:


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Over the last ten years Doug Wilson has helped popularized Presuppositional apologetics with books, debates and a documentary of his discussions with Christoper Hitchens.

Here’s a video of Doug Wilson speaking on “A Christian Response to Atheism.”  This talk was at The Master’s College sometime in 2013.

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Abner Chou

Pay attention to the name Abner Chou as I believe he will be more well known in the larger Evangelical world of Scholarship in the next few years.

Abner Chou is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at The Master’s College and Seminary. From what I understand he turned down his college acceptance to Princeton or some other Ivy League School to attend the Master’s College.  After the Master’s College he went on to the Master’s Seminary where he completed M.Div., Th.M., and Th.D.  This year he was a speaker for the Truth and Life Conference and was a seminar speaker for the Inerrancy Summit.  He is currently working on an exegetical commentary on the book of Lamentation for Logos’ Evangelical Exegetical Commentary.

Dr. Chou recently spoke at the Seminary’s Chapel from Acts 17 on the subject of the need for Christian Intellectual Engagement.

I’ve halfway through the video.  What is your thoughts on the message?


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Master College Evangelism SocietyOver at The Master’s College they have a campus club called Evangelism Society.  According to their own description of themselves online:

The Evangelism Society is one of many societies at The Master’s College and consists of students who seek to grow in their understanding of the gospel, apologetics, and evangelism by holding fast to the inerrant Word of God and obeying, by His grace.

Last week they have begun loading some short videos on Youtube concerning motives for evangelism and Presuppositional apologetics.  Here are the two videos below:



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I thank God for The Master’s Seminary putting things up online for free for God’s people!  That include this helpful counseling course on Counseling Marriage and Family on Youtube for free!

My wife and I are watching through this slowly every night on Tuesday.  It would be helpful for Pastors and non-Pastors, husbands and wives to watch this so that you can help counsel others with marriage and family problem.  Of course, like with all biblical counseling it ends up sanctifying and changing more the Christian counselors than even the counselee.

Enjoy and share with others!



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Creation Science Symposium

TMC Presents: Answering Tough Questions

Featuring Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson and Dr. Randy Guliuzza from Institute of Creation Research

Conference Date: Saturday, February 19, 2011


Technical Session (Workshop)
What: “Programmed Filling” NOT “Natural Selection” and “Why Are We So Similar? Defending Genesis from the Evolutionary Attack of ‘Homology'”
When: 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Cost: $30.00 Registration fee includes conference admission for one and an evening dinner reception with Dr. Jeanson, Dr. Guliuzza and the biology faculty from 5:00pm – 6:00pm.
Must pre-register by 02-17-11.

General Evening Session
What: “Certainly Human: Scientific Evidence Against Ape-Like Human Ancestors” and “Stem Cell Research: Ethical Issues and Positive Benefits”
When: 7:00pm – 9:30pm.
Cost: This session is open to the public for free.

The general evening session will be in The Music Recital Hall, which is located on North Campus on the corner of Placeritos. The technical session will be in RCSM 23. Doors will open at 6:30pm for the general evening session.

If you have questions regarding the conference or the registration process please contact Diane Hill at 661-362-2702 or send email to dhill@masters.edu.

Click here to register for the technical session and dinner with Dr. Jeanson and Dr. Guliuzza.

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Wow, so this book is now also available online for free over at Crossway’s website!


That is great! It’s a book I long to get to sometime this summer!

It’s a great resource for establishing a biblical worldview!


Index of Subjects
The Master’s College Contributors 9
Preface 11
Introduction 13
The Biblical Foundation
Embracing the Authority and Sufficiency of Scripture
John MacArthur
Cultivating a Biblical Mind-set
Richard L. Mayhue
Comprehending Creation
John MacArthur
Coming to Grips with Sin
John MacArthur
Having an Eternally Right Relationship with God
John MacArthur
Viewing the Nations from God’s Perspective
Mark A. Tatlock
The Biblical Formulation
Understanding Our Postmodern World
Brian K. Morley
Profiling Christian Masculinity
Stuart W. Scott
Portraying Christian Femininity
Patricia A. Ennis
Enjoying Spiritual Worship and Music
Paul T. Plew
Why Biblical Counseling and Not Psychology?
John D. Street
Why a Scriptural View of Science?
Taylor B. Jones
Why Christian Education and Not Secular Indoctrination?
John A. Hughes
Reflecting Honestly on History
Clyde P. Greer, Jr.
Developing a Biblical View of Church and State
John P. Stead
Proposing a Biblical Approach to Economics
R. W. Mackey, II
Glorifying God in Literary and Artistic Culture
Grant Horner
Notes 335
Index of Scriptures 354
Index of Persons 363


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Interested in applying for Master’s College or are you attending Master’s college right now?

David Wheaton who runs Christian Worldview website and radio show has a $5,000 essay contest.

FROM http://thechristianworldview.com/tcwblog/archives/556

The Master’s College Essay Contest deadline has been extended to Wednesday, February 18th.

Win a $5000 Scholarship to The Master’s College, one of the best Christian colleges in the world and led by president John MacArthur.

The Master’s College Essay Contest on The Christian Worldview

Grand prize: One $5000 tuition scholarship to The Master’s College PLUS complimentary airfare, lodging, and meals to College View Weekend, March 26-28, 2009 at The Master’s College in Santa Clarita, CA.

Entry prize: All entrants will receive a free copy of John MacArthur’s excellent book, “Think Biblically: Recovering a Christian Worldview“.

Eligibility: All students – high school or college – who could attend The Master’s College in 2009 or 2010.

Essay topic: Describe a time of trial or suffering you have seen or experienced and how God accomplished His purposes through it.

Taken from theme of The Master’s College Truth and Life Conference, January 14-16, 2009: “Living in a Broken World: Suffering in the Life of the Believer”

Essay length: 1000 – 1500 words

Deadline: Wednesday Feb. 18, 2009

Winner announced: About a week after the deadline.  Winning essay will be posted on TheChristianWorldview.com.

Submit to: David Wheaton

Email: feedback@TheChristianWorldview.com
Send essay in body of email and/or as a .txt or .doc file attachment (not .docx).

David Wheaton
P.O. Box 401
Excelsior, MN 55331
Re: The Master’s College Essay Contest

Include the following on first page or cover page:

First and last name
Age, school, year
Phone number
Email address
Essay title
Word count

Honor code: By submitting essay, you are pledging that you are the original author of your essay.

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The best Christian college commercial I ever seen is this one for the Master’s college:

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