Office Hours: Bryan Estelle on the OT, Mountains, and Machen

UPDATE 8 Jun 2010: Here’s a bonus for HB readers: You’ll wish that you had listened to this interview.

This week Office Hours talks to Dr Bryan Estelle, Associate Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary California about his life, his work as an Old Testament scholar, and his love of mountain climbing.

Bryan is the author of Salvation Through Judgment and Mercy: The Gospel According to Jonah and co-editor and contributor to The Law is Not of Faith: Essays on Works and Grace in the Mosaic Covenant.

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  1. Can’t wait to listen to the interview. Thank you for this.

    A number of Machen’s contemporaries and associates were themselves mountain climbers, with Dr. Allan A. MacRae being perhaps one of the more proficient. (Part of his honeymoon was spent climbing in the Grand Canyon, and during that time he assisted in the recovery of a downed pilot).

    Also, some back-story on “Mountains and Why We Love Them” here:

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