Aaron Shryock

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Director of the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation

B.A., Indiana University
M.Div., The Master’s Seminary
M.A., University of California Los Angeles
Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles

Prior to joining the faculty of The Master’s Seminary in 2017, Dr. Shryock spent several years in Africa involved in linguistic research, lexicography, and translation. He has taught courses in linguistics, Bible translation, and missions at UCLA, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and The Master’s University.

As Director of the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation, Dr. Shryock is committed to training men who pursue translation in the broader context of church planting and strengthening. He is also passionate about raising awareness of the tremendous needs in Bible translation.

Posts by Aaron Shryock

Why Translate the Bible?

Aaron Shryock | March 12, 2019

William Townsend spent ten years translating the Bible. Why would anyone give their life to translate the Bible? I’d like to give you four compelling reasons for devoting yourself to the ministry of Bible translation.

Tyndale Articles by Aaron Shryock

No Greater Legacy: A Review of William Barrick’s ‘Understanding Bible Translation’ image

No Greater Legacy: A Review of William Barrick’s ‘Understanding Bible Translation’

Aaron Shryock | May 23, 2019

William D. Barrick’s ‘Understanding Bible Translation’ introduces the reader to the strategic ministry of Bible translation. With the heart-felt appeal of a pastor and the precision of a veteran professor, Barrick presents a personal challenge to engage in this ministry.

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Law and Gospel in the Words of William Tyndale

Aaron Shryock | January 31, 2019

As Tyndale translated the Bible, he realized that the key to the Scriptures was understanding the law and how it related to the gospel. Join us in learning from Tyndale about the law and its role in the believer’s life.

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Where There is No Bible

Aaron Shryock | January 16, 2019

Across the globe, 1.5 billion people do not have the Scriptures in their own language. What happens to believers without a Bible? Three challenges emerge that could extinguish any young church.

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