Dr David Noe has been appointed a Research Fellow of the Craig Center for the Study of the Westminster Standards. Dr Noe is head of the Philosophy and Classics Department at Calvin College, in Grand Rapids Michigan, and a respected translator of Reformation and Post-Reformation works. His recent projects include translating pieces or volumes by John Calvin, Theodore Beza, Franciscus Junius, and William Perkins. He is also a volume editor and translator for a new edition of the collected works of John Owen.

Dr Chad Van Dixhoorn, director of the Center, comments: “Of special significance to the Craig Center, Dr Noe also co-edits a series of Westminster Assembly Translations, overseeing Jonathan Rockey’s translation of one volume (by Oliver Bowles), and translating another three volumes himself (by John Arrowsmith, Samuel Rutherford, and Anthony Tuckney).”

Fellows of the Craig Center are appointed on the merits of their own research, or because their scholarly endeavors advance the aims of the center as a whole. Dr Noe’s work complements the Center’s goal to promote research on the Westminster Assembly, the Standards, and the gathering’s writings, members, and legacy.

Craig Center Short Term Fellows are appointed for one year. Craig Center Research Fellows retain their fellowship for the duration of their project. Dr Noe has been appointed to the latter fellowship.

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