M.Div., Westminster Seminary California;
M.A. and Ph.D., The Catholic University of America.
Society of Biblical Literature
Catholic Biblical Association
Bryan D. Estelle
Dr. Estelle has taught at Westminster Seminary California since 2000. He is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Prior to taking his position at WSC, he was a pastor in an Orthodox Presbyterian congregation in Maryland and was involved in planting a church in Oregon for the Presbyterian Church in America. He lectured in Hebrew at The Catholic University between 1997 and 2000.
What I Want to Instill in My Students
“Love of the gospel and love of Christ, that this is the only sufficient and satisfactory answer for changing peoples’ lives, because the gospel is, as Paul said, ‘the power of God unto salvation’ and there is nothing else to add. So if my students go out into the churches where they are called and they preach the gospel with crystal clarity and they magnify Christ and his penalty-paying substitution and his probation-keeping on our behalf, fulfilling all that the first Adam failed to do, then I’m happy.”
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The Law is not of Faith: Essays on Works and Grace in the Mosaic Covenant (editor)
He has written essays and articles in various publications, including:
Children and the Lord’s Supper (contributor)
Confident in Better Things: Essays Commemorating 75 Years of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (contributor)
Covenant, Justification, and Pastoral Ministry: Essays by the Faculty of Westminster Seminary (contributor)
The Biblical Historian
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Confessional Presbyterian
The Law is not of Faith (contributor)
Westminster Theological Journal
OT403 Hebrew IV
OT500 Biblical Theology and Canon
OT605 Exodus Motif in Scripture
OT630 Introduction to Aramaic and the Book of Daniel
OT640 Biblical Exegesis in the Psalms: The Psalms of Ascents
OT701 Psalms and Wisdom Books
OT702 Prophetical Books
OT780 Hebrew Readings in Amos
Course descriptions are available in the WSC Catalogue.