Rev. Dr. Iaian Duguid
A native of Great Britain, he initially trained as an Electrical Engineer and served as a missionary in Liberia, West Africa, before studying for the ministry.
A native of Great Britain, he initially trained as an Electrical Engineer and served as a missionary in Liberia, West Africa, before studying for the ministry. He completed a Ph.D. in Old Testament at Cambridge University, and subsequently planted a church on an inner-city housing estate in Oxford, England. He has taught Hebrew and Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi and at Westminster Seminary in California, before teaching at Grove City College, in Grove City, Pennsylvania. He is also an ordained minister in the Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church.
While working at the seminary in California, he also planted and pastored a church in Fallbrook. Shortly after he began at Grove City, he planted Christ Presbyterian Church. He takes every possible opportunity to share his love for the Scriptures around the world, teaching regularly in Latvia as well as having taught in the Ukraine and in Canada.
In his classes at Westminster, Dr. Duguid is eager to help students learn not merely how to translate texts from Hebrew into English but also how to preach Christ from those ancient texts in ways that minister to the hearts of contemporary congregations.
Rev. Dr. Willaim Edgar grew up in Paris, New York and Geneva. He studied at Harvard University
(Honors B.A. in Music 1966), Westminster Theological Seminary (M.Div. 1969), and the University of Geneva (Dr. Théol. 1993).
He served as Home missionary of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Pennsylvania, 1969–1970. Between 1970-1978, he taught at the Brunswick School in Greenwich, CT, and 1979-89 at the Faculté Libre de Théologie Réformée, in Aix-en-Provence, France, where he continues as Professeur Associé.
Since 1989, he is Professor of Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is also Coordinator of the Apologetics Department and Director of the Gospel and Culture Project. He was Chairman of the Faculty until 2010. He is an ordained Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America since 1978.
Edgar is married to Barbara Smyth Edgar. They have two children, William Keyes Hill-Edgar and Deborah Boatwright Edgar.
Edgar is a jazz pianist and regularly performs an evening concert combined with a lecture on the history of jazz.
Rev. Dr. Jonathan Gibson (PhD, Cambridge University) is assistant professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary. He joined the faculty in January 2017. Dr. Gibson previously
served as associate minister at Cambridge Presbyterian Church in England for over two years (2014–2016).
He is a contributor to and coeditor (with David Gibson) of From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective. He is also the author of historical and biblical articles in Themelios, Journal of Biblical Literature, and Tyndale Bulletin, as well as “Obadiah” in the NIV Proclamation Bible. His PhD dissertation was published as Covenant Continuity and Fidelity: A Study of Inner-Biblical Allusion and Exegesis in Malachi (Bloomsbury).
Dr. Gibson’s academic interests include biblical theology, covenant theology, Genesis chapters 1–3, inner-biblical allusion and exegesis within the Old Testament, Pauline soteriology, and the doctrines of grace.
Dr. Gibson is an ordained teaching elder in the International Presbyterian Church, UK.