Faculty Reflection Archive:

Charles Ryrie Recalls His Days at Westmont

Published: Fall 2016
Charles Ryrie Recalls His Days at Westmont

Charles Ryrie, longtime professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, prolific author and editor of the popular Ryrie Study Bible, died in 2016 at age 90. He began his teaching career at Westmont, where he worked from 1948-1951. John Sider, professor... Read More

La Caminata

Published: Fall 2016
La Caminata

Soon after 9 p.m., about 12 hours after we entered Mexico, we walked into the immigration checkpoint that separates Nogales in Arizona from Nogales in Sonora. One passport scanner didn’t work, but at that hour the foot traffic was light... Read More

Glimpsing Greater Works at Potter’s Clay

Published: Summer 2015
Glimpsing Greater Works at Potter’s Clay

When I decided to participate in Potter’s Clay in March, I didn’t know I would see a complex organizational entity in process. I didn’t realize I would leave so proud of our students and the relationships they’ve developed with... Read More

For Mr. Sterling’s Apology, I Apologize

Published: Fall 2014
For Mr. Sterling’s Apology, I Apologize

By Greg Spencer, professor of communication studies I apologize for this column. If I hadn’t been duped, I’m quite sure I wouldn’t be typing these words. I’m not really like this. I’m Someone Much Better, a person you’d like... Read More