About Dr. Pardigon
Dr. Flavien Pardigon was born and raised in southern France. He received his L.Th. and M.Th. from the Faculté Libre de Théologie Réformée in Aix-en-Provence (France) and his Ph.D. from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America, his ministry is to support indigenous Reformed churches in the Majority World. Over the past decade, he was blessed to serve the Church and train its leaders on five continents. Dr. Pardigon currently resides in Asheville, NC with his wife Inyange and their five children.
His publications include: a revised and augmented English translation of Calvin’s “Christ The End of the Law” in collaboration with Dr. David B. Garner, in The Practical Calvinist (Mentor, 2002); the edition of Dr. McKendree Langley, “Revolution and Reformation,” in Reformatsiata: Istoria i Sbremenni Izmerenia (Nov Bulgarski Universitet, 2007); “Cornelius Van Til” in Encyclopedia of Christian Literature, edited by George T. Kurian (Rowman, 2010); “Areopagus Speech,” and “Theology of Religions” in Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, edited by George T. Kurian (Blackwell, 2012); Paul Against the Idols: A Contextual Reading of the Areopagus Speech (Pickwick, 2019); the French translation of B.B. Warfield, The Religious Life of Theological Students (Kerygma, forthcoming).