Dr. Waltke at WTS for the new Richard B. Gaffin Lecture Series

March 05, 2008

The Administration of Westminster Theological Seminary and the Gospel and Culture Project present a new annual lecture series in Biblical and Systematic Theology entitled:

"The Richard B. Gaffin Lecture Series: An Annual Lecture on Theology, Culture and Missions"

The first of these annual lectures was presented by Dr. Bruce Waltke,
March 5th, 2008 at 10:30am in Van Til Auditorium at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.

Dr. Bruce Waltke is a professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Language at Reformed Theological Seminary. He has earned degrees from Houghton College (B.A.), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M, Th.D) and Harvard University (Ph.D.). His writings include books on the Hebrew language and Old Testament studies and he was a member of the translation team for the New International Version Bible.

His teaching appointments at Dallas Theological Seminary, Regent College, and Westminster Theological Seminary won for him a reputation as a master teacher with a pastoral heart. He has written prolifically and his publications include, Intermediate Hebrew Grammar, Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, Understanding the Will of God, and a commentary on Micah. He served as Old Testament editor for the New Geneva Study Bible and co-editor for the Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament. Dr. Waltke recently completed a commentary on Proverbs and is writing a commentary on Genesis. He was also a member of the translation committee for the New International Version. He served a term as president of the Evangelical Theological Society.

Selected Publications:

Intermediate Hebrew Grammar
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax
Understanding the Will of God

Micah -- A Commentary
Genesis -- A Commentary
A commentary on Proverbs
Old Testament editor for the New Geneva Study Bible
Co-editor of the Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament

Member of the translation committee for the New International Version

With gratitude to John and Edna Vosbigian,
whose generosity has made this annual lecture series possible.