Old Testament

Old Testament

24 - 26 June 2019


Len Firth, Grasping His Garment: A study of Zechariah 7–8 and the mission of God

Lindsay Wilson, Can we derive ethical teaching from the Book of Job?

Lodewyk Sutton, An Enclosed Body: A spatial & anthropological analysis of Psalm 139

Michelle Stinson, David’s Repasts: Reflections on the rhetorical & theological use of food language in the Psalter

Paul Byun, Grumbling against Artaxerxes’ Instructions: The polemical use of loanwords & narrator shift in Ezra 8:35–36

Abraham Polanco, Paul’s Use of ἐκκλησία from Nehemiah 13:1

Lissa Wray Beal, Joshua & Jeremiah: Prophetic perspectives on hope & loss at land entry & exit

Jill Firth, Of the Shaping & Smashing of Pottery: Grace & judgment in the Book of Jeremiah

Elizabeth Robar, Philology, Linguistics, and the Biblical Scholar

Geoff Harper, Endangered or Dangerous? YHWH’s presence & impurity in Levitical perspective

J. Nathan Clayton, The Literary Frame of 1 Chronicles 2229: An exegetical analysis


Old Testament Lecture:

Dr Katharine Dell, A Wise Man Reflecting on Wisdom: Qoheleth/Ecclesiastes




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Dates

24 - 26 June 2019

Venue

Tyndale House at Wolfson

Accommodation

Wolfson College, Cambridge

(5 minute walk from Tyndale House)