The Appointment of Dr. David Noe as Beza Scholar-in-Residence for Greek and Latin
Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary announces the appointment of Dr. David Noe as Beza Scholar-in-Residence for Greek and Latin. Dr. Joel R. Beeke, President of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary commented, “I am pleased and honored to announce that Dr. David Noe has accepted the appointment of Scholar-in-Residence. I trust that, by God’s grace, this appointment of Dr. Noe solidifies the position of Puritan Reformed for biblical, Reformed, experiential, and practical theological education.”
Dr. Noe’s knowledge and expertise will complement our current faculty well and expands our offerings in early modern Reformed theology, his current research focus. Dr. Noe is also skilled in translating theological and philosophical texts from the 16th and 17th centuries, and the continuing development of spoken Greek and Latin fluency and pedagogical strategies. Dr. Noe will be teaching Latin I and Greek I for the Fall semester.
The newly established scholar-in-residence program enhances the engagement with our doctoral student community. The appointment of Dr. Noe will enhance the research endeavors at Puritan Reformed, as well as expand our publishing opportunities, and will be greatly valued at Puritan Reformed.
Dr. Noe is a pastor of Reformation Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His practical experience as a pastor and teacher combined with his scholarly work, research, and translations will provide Puritan Reformed students with a great resource and professor.
About Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary (https://prts.edu)
Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary founded in 1995, offers an accredited education for MA, MABC, MDiv, ThM, DMin, and PhD degrees. Its mission is to prepare students worldwide to serve Christ and His church through biblical, Reformed, experiential, and practical ministry. With campuses in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Europe (London), Middle East (Alexandria), Asia (Taiwan), Africa (Pretoria), and Latin America (Sao Paulo), the seminary has more than 250 students.