Isaiah

On γαρ’d: touché

Here’s the full paper from the HBU Theology Conference. To be read at SBL2014.  

Bible Translation

On γαρ’d

Douglas Campbell’s Deliverance of God has generated lots of discussion, especially on Romans 1:18-32. The γαρ in 1:18 has been a problem for

Isaiah

Isaiah 53: Does Jesus claim to be Messiah?

The ancient prophet Isaiah predicted the coming of a servant of the Lord, a deliverer for the nations, with graphic

Books

Review: The Gospel According to Isaiah 53: Encountering the Suffering Servant in Jewish and Christian Theology

I am not opposed to reading books such as this one. It is more difficult for those who are more

Isaiah

Isaiah 3.1-7 as a paratext with the Elijah-Elisha narratives?

Just a thought or two on this and then back to work… Need to put this on “paper…” The Lord,

Books

In the Mail: The Gospel According to Isaiah 53: Encountering the Suffering Servant in Jewish and Christian Theology

The Gospel According to Isaiah 53 presents the redemptive work of the Messiah to the Jewish community, exploring issues of

Intertextuality

Following up on Isaiah 65.1-7 and Mark 5.1-20

As we turn to the exegesis of Mark 5.1-20, which I have already weighted heavily with the idea that Mark

Intertextuality

Is Isaiah 65.1-7 LXX Mark’s Literary Backdrop in Mark 5.1-20?

I am currently writing my exegesis paper on Mark 5.1-20. This passage, specifically in the LXX, was brought to my