BA, Majors in Philosophy and Classical Languages, minor in religion, Calvin College (1994)
PhD, Classics, University of Iowa (2003)
David Noe enjoys spending time with his wife and four kids, as well as serving the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and playing chess.
Prof. Noe is interested in all things related to the ancient Mediterranean world, especially Roman philosophy, Greek ethics and religion, and the reception of these ideas in the Reformation and Post-Reformation periods. His current research focuses on these areas, translating theological and philosophical texts from the 16th and 17th centuries, and the continuing development of spoken Latin fluency and pedagogical strategies.
Research and scholarship
Prof. Noe is working on translations of John Calvin's Duae Epistulae (forthcoming summer 2018) and John Owens' Θεολογούμενα Πανταδοπά, A Miscellany of Theological Discourse (forthcoming 2020).
Prof. Noe has contributed to a volume on Joshua, Judges and Ruth for InterVarsity Press's Reformation Commentary on Scripture series.
Prof. Noe's translation of two of John Calvin's letters to the ministers at the Reformed church in Montbeliard was recently published in The Confessional Presbyterian journal.
Prof. Noe has recently published two book projects, including a translation of Franciscus Junius’ (1545-1602) De Theologia Vera for Reformation Heritage Books (published October, 2014), and a translation of Theodore Beza’s (1519-1605) Plana et Perspicua Tractatio De Coena Domini (also for Reformation Heritage Books, published 2016).
Prof. Noe recently has lectured and presented at conferences in Waco, TX, New York City, and Athens, Greece.
A Clear and Simple Treatise on the Lord's Supper
by David Noe
Published: July 29, 2016
eBook ISBN: 1601784678
A Treatise on True Theology: With the Life of Franciscus Junius
by Junius Franciscus, David Noe
Contributor(s): Willem J. Van Asselt, Richard A. Muller,
Published: October 9, 2014
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