Aaron Shryock

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Dr. Aaron Shryock serves as the Director of the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation at the Master's Seminary. Prior to joining TMS faculty, Dr. Shryock spent several years in Africa involved in linguistic research, lexicography, and 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


Introduction to Bible Translation
Theory and Practice of Translation
Semantics for Exegesis and Translation
Grammatical Analysis in Translation

Church Ministry

Dr. Shryock serves as a bible study shepherd to the Joint Heirs fellowship group at Grace Community Church in Los Angeles, CA.

Tyndale Articles by Aaron Shryock

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Was Jesus the First Translation?

Aaron Shryock | October 4, 2019

Was Jesus Christ a translation? Is His Incarnation a reason for translating His Word? What is the most compelling reason to translate? Yes, it is Jesus, but not because of what Jesus resembles but who He is.

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First Tyndale Scholarship Awarded

Aaron Shryock | August 16, 2019

The first Tyndale Center Scholarship was recently awarded to Ted Liu, an M.Div. student pursuing the ministry of Bible translation. The Tyndale Scholarship enables Ted Liu and future students to pursue seminary without the financial burdens that might hinder them from ministry.

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.