Bernard Aubert

Biblical theology

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Bernard Aubert is a research fellow at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, USA. He has taught courses from time to time at FAREL since 2010.

His particular specialties: biblical hermeneutics, New Testament literature (especially Luke and Acts, Hebrews, the Catholic epistles, and Revelation), Calvinistic biblical interpretation, Huguenot biblical interpretation, biblical interpretation in the Reformed confessions of faith.

He has published The Shepherd-Flock Motif in the Miletus Discourse (Acts 20:17-38) Against Its Historical Background. Studies in Biblical Literature 124. New York: Peter Lang, 2009; and translated Claude Brousson’s Letters to Roman Catholics (1687) (with Peter Lillback).

He has written scholarly articles published in journals such as Hokhma, Resist and Build, and Uni Cum Christo. He is currently the Managing Editor of the journal Unio Cum Christo

Bernard has preached and given Bible studies in the U.S., Switzerland, France, and England. He and his wife Annette are parents of a son and members of Tenth Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Philadelphia, USA.


  • Ph.D. Westminster Theological Seminary, USA
  • M.Th. Faculté Jean Calvin, France
  • L.Th. Faculté Jean Calvin, France