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WTS Founding Faculty Glasses: Machen, Van Til, Murray, Stonehouse (4 Glass Set)

WTS Founding Faculty Glasses: Machen, Van Til, Murray, Stonehouse (4 Glass Set)

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Glasses as resilient as the theologians they depict! Beginning with the four cornerstones of Westminster Theological Seminary, J. Gresham Machen, Cornelius Van Til, John Murray and Ned B. Stonehouse kick off our collector series.These are 16 oz. clear glasses with a four-color process imprint of the portraits that hang in Machen Hall today. The reverse side bears the original WTS seal. Dishwasher safe.

About J. Gresham Machen

Founder of both Westminster Theological Seminary and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Machen was also known to treat his students to a game of checkers and cigars every year. His reputation and clout often landed him on the front cover of the New York Times, yet his service and dedication resulted in the formation of a faithful seminary during the Great Depression.

About Cornelius Van Til

Philosopher, theologian, street preacher, and evangelizer of nuns, Van Til turned down the peaceful pastorate in the midwest to found the apologetics department at Westminster. He also refused five other offers from other schools to continue the anchoring of apologetic teachings at Westminster.

About John Murray

Scotsman John Murray was a prolific theologian, avid night-walker, and ardent imbiber of Scripture in the original languages. From fighting battlefields in WWI to advancing the lines of reformed systematic theology, Murray pursued the constancy of Scripture in both his faith and life.

About Ned B. Stonehouse

Theologian, pioneer of Redemptive-Historical hermeneutics, and best friend of Herman Ridderbos, Ned B. Stonehouse was one of the founders of the seminary and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. From springing Murray from jail to taking a train to Indiana in order to convince Van Til to teach apologetics, Stonehouse was often the workhorse Machen always envisioned.

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Publisher: Westminster Theological Seminary