Dariusz M. Bryćko (Ph.D. Calvin Theological Seminary, M.A. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is a native of Warsaw, Poland. Before coming to Biola, Dr. Bryćko spent a year and a half teaching at LCC International University in Klaipėda, Lithuania. In 2007 Dr. Bryćko initiated the work that resulted in the founding of Tolle Lege Institute, a Michigan-based non-profit that supports the educational efforts of Protestant churches in Poland. He also serves as the secretary of Warsaw University's Committee on the Study of the Reformation in Poland and Central-Eastern Europe.
He has contributed to the following volumes: Postulaty nakowe Komisji do Badań nad Reformacją w Polsce i Europie Centralno-Wschodniej (Uniwersytet Warszawski & Sub-Lupa, 2010); Irenicism in Central Europe c. 1550–1700 (Ashgate, forthcoming); edited the Polish translation of Joel R. Beeke and Randall H. Pederson's Meet the Puritans (Tolle Lege Institute, 2010); and is currently preparing his first book for publication, titled The Irenic Calvinism of Daniel Kałaj (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht).
Dariusz’s CCT research will examine J. Gresham Machen's model of scholarship.