CURRICULUM VITAE

DAVID WESTON BAKER

ASHLAND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

910 Center Street, Ashland, Ohio 44805 USA







POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION

1. AB (cum laude) - Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., 1970-Hebrew

2. Diploma of Christian Studies, Regent College, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1972- Biblical

Studies

3. Master of Christian Studies, Regent College, 1973 - Biblical Studies and Hebrew

4. M. Phil., School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London, England,

1976 - Semitic languages

5. PhD, SOAS, University of London, 1982 - Semitic languages

6. Further study -

a. Washington State University, 1967 - general studies

b. Tel Aviv University, 1968-1969 - languages

c. Dropsie University, Philadelphia, 1969-1970 - Semitic languages and linguistics

d. Cambridge University, 1977 - Aramaic

e. Regent College, 1981-1982 - counseling, ethics, pastoralia

f. Ashland University, 2004– business courses

GRANTS AND AWARDS

National French Honor Society, Temple University, 1967

Tel Aviv University Foreign Student Scholarship, 1968-1969

S. and C. Sachs Award for Excellence in Hebrew Language, Temple University, 1969

National Hebrew Honor Society, Temple University, 1970

Biblical Languages Prize, Regent College, 1973

Canada Council Research Fellow, 1977-1978

Tyndale Fellowship Research Fellow, Cambridge, UK, 1977-1979

Human Sciences Research Council International Travel Grant, Johannesburg, 1984

University of the Witwatersrand Travel Grant, Johannesburg, 1983, 1984

Ashland Theological Seminary Study Leave Grant, 1994

PUBLICATIONS

Publications in Print

1. "Division Markers and the Structure of Leviticus 1-7", Studia Biblica 1978, ed. E. A.

Livingstone (Sheffield, 1979), 9-15

2. "Further Examples of the Waw Explicativum", Vetus Testamentum 30 (1980), 129-136

3. "Diversity and Unity in the Literary Structure of Genesis", Essays on the Patriarchal

Narratives, ed. D. J. Wiseman and A. R. Millard (Leicester, 1980), 189-205; reprinted

Winona Lake, 1983.

4. "The Uniqueness of the Mosaic Covenant", Proceedings of the Seventh S. A. Judaica

Conference Held at the University of the Witwatersrand 1983, (Johannesburg, 1983), 1-11

5. "The Old Testament and Criticism", Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 48 (1984), 13-20

6. "Biblical Colophons: Gevaryahu and Beyond", Studies in the Succession Narrative, ed. W. C.

van Wyk, OTWSA 27 (1984) and OTWSA 28 (1985): Old Testament Essays (Pretoria,

1986), 29-61

7. "Leviticus 1-7 and the Punic Tariffs: A Form Critical Comparison", Zeitschrift für die

Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 99 (1987), 188-198

8. 'Obadiah' in Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries (Leicester,

UK/Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1988)

9. Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries (Leicester, UK/Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1988)

10. "The Mosaic Covenant Against its Environment", Ashland Theological Journal 20 (1988), a

modification of 4 above

11. "Keeping My Brother: Social Responsibility in the Old Testament", Brethren Evangelist 110:5

(May, 1988), 4-5

12. "Reverse Archaeology - Disconstruction of Texts: A Critique of Jeffrey Tigay", Proceedings: Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society 9 (1989), 34-48

13. "Each Day Should be 'Children's Day'", Ashland Times Gazette (6.23.90)

14. "Sharing the Burden; Sharing the Joy", The Brethren Evangelist (December, 1990), 6-9

15. "Translation and Literary Style: Appreciating Biblical Literature," Ashland Theological Journal

22 (1990), 8-10

16. "In Search of Excellence," Interest 57/5 (1991), 12-13

17. "Piety in the Pentateuch," in Alive to God: Studies in Spirituality presented to James Houston, ed. J. I. Packer and L. Wilkinson (Downers Grove: IVP, 1992), 34-40

18. "An Investigation of Biblical Language Study from 1986-1991 at Ashland Theological Seminary," Bulletin of Higher Hebrew Education 5-6 (1992-1993), 56-75

19. "Scribes as Transmitters of Tradition," Faith, Traditionand History: Old Testament Historiography in its Near Eastern Context, eds. A. R. Millard, J. K. Hoffmeier, D. W. Baker (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1994), 65-78

20. "Obadiah," "Habakkuk," "Zephaniah" in New Bible Commentary: 21st Century Edition, ed. D. A. Carson, et al. (Leicester/Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1994), 809-813, 840-847, 848-856

21. Arabic translation of 9 above, (Cairo: Dar El-Thaqafa, 1994)

22. Articles in:

a. The Illustrated Bible Dictionary, ed. J. D. Douglas (Leicester/Wheaton, 1980); reprinted in a different format as New Bible Dictionary, ed. J. D. Douglas (Leicester/Wheaton: InterVarsity/Tyndale House, 1982

b. International Standard Bible Encyclopedia II + III, ed. G. W. Bromiley (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1985-1986)

c. Nelson's Illustrated Bible Dictionary, ed. H. W. Lockyer, (Nashville: Nelson, 1986)

d. A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1992)

e. 43 articles for Anchor Bible Dictionary, ed. D. N. Freedman (Doubleday, 1992)

f. John J. Bimson, ed., Baker Encyclopedia of Bible Places (Leicester/Grand Rapids:InterVarsity/Baker, 1995)

g. Willem A. VanGemeren, New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1997)

23. 13 devotional Bible readings on the Psalms, Scripture Union (UK, 1991)

24. Book reviews in Ashland Theological Journal, Biblical Theology Bulletin, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Christianity Today, Crux, Harvester, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Journal of Biblical Literature, Journal of the American Scientific Afflication, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, Lux Verbi Newsletter, Religious Education (SA), Themelios

25. "Zephaniah, Theology of" and "Obadiah, Theology of" in Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, ed. W. A. Elwell (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1996), 851-2; 572-3

26. Translation, 'Leviticus', New Living Bible (Wheaton: Tyndale House, 1996)

27. Guest editorial, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 39/1 (1996) 1-2

28. "Reading the Old Testament: Tools and Techniques," Ashland Theological Journal 28 (1996), 87-111

29. "Bible Computer Resources," ibid, 112-125

30. "Aspects of Grace in the Pentateuch," Ashland Theological Journal 29 (1997), 7-22

31. "Christian Computer Resources," ibid, 99-110

32. " Annotated Bibliography: Pentateuch, Prophets, Ancient Near Eastern Background," ibid, 67-75

33. "Studying the Original Texts: Effective Learning and Teaching of Biblical Hebrew," in Make the Old Testament Live: From Curriculum to Clasroom, ed. Richard S. Hess and Gordon J. Wenham (Grand Rapids, MI/Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 1998), 161-172.

34. More Light on the Path: Daily Scripture Readings in Hebrew and Greek, with Elaine A. Heath and Morven R. Baker (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1999).

35. "Building an Old Testament Library: Hosea-Malachi," Catalyst 25/4 (April, 1999) 3-4.

36. "Israelite Prophets and Prophecy," pp. 266-294 in The Face of Old Testament Study, ed. D. W. Baker and Bill Arnold (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1999).

37. "Obadiah," "Nahum," "Habakkuk," "Zephaniah," pp. 245-6; 251-5 in T. D. Alexander and Brian Rosner, ed., New Dictionary of Biblical Theology (Leicester/ Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2001).

38. "Language and Text of the Old Testament," pp. 63-83 in Craig C. Broyles, ed., Interpreting the Old Testament: A Guide to Exegesis (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 2001).

39. “Old Testament Prophecy: Recent Publications,” Ashland Theological Journal 33 (2001) 57-76.

40. "Agriculture," "Arts and Crafts," "God, Names of," "Source Criticism" in David W, Baker and T. D. Alexander, ed., Dictionary of Old Testament Pentateuch: A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship (Downers Grove: Leicester: InterVarsity Press, 2002).

41. “God’s Faithfulness through Time: Zephaniah: What is the Source of Evil?,” Decision 43/9 (2002) 36-39.

42. "Joel", "Obadiah", "Malachi" in NIV Application Commentary Series (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2006)

*  Articles in:

a. The Illustrated Bible Dictionary, ed. J. D. Douglas (Leicester/Wheaton, 1980); reprinted in a different format as New Bible Dictionary, ed. J. D. Douglas (Leicester/Wheaton: InterVarsity/Tyndale House, 1982

b. International Standard Bible Encyclopedia II + III, ed. G. W. Bromiley (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1985-1986)     

c. Nelson's Illustrated Bible Dictionary, ed. H. W. Lockyer, (Nashville: Nelson, 1986)

d. A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1992)

e. Anchor Bible Dictionary, ed. D. N. Freedman (Doubleday, 1992)

f. New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis, ed. W. van Gemeren (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1997)

 

* Book reviews in Ashland Theological Journal, Biblical Theology Bulletin, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Christianity Today, Crux, Harvester, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament,

      Journal of Biblical Literature, Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, Journal of the

      Evangelical Theological Society, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, Lux Verbi

      Newsletter, Religious Education (SA), Themelios

PUBLICATIONS IN PREPARATION AND IN PROOF

1. "Incipits in the Old Testament", article

2. “Numbers” for The Believers Church Bible Commentary (Herald Press)

3. “Genesis” for Apollos Old Testament Commentary (Downers Grove/Leicester: InterVarsity Press)

4. Introduction to the Pentateuch, co-authored with and L. Daniel Hawk (InterVarsity Press).

5. "Leviticus", Cornerstone Biblical Commentary (Tyndale House)

6. “Isaiah” in Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary–Old Testament, ed. John Walton (Zondervan)

7. “1&2 Kings” in Teach the Text Commentary Series, ed. John Walton (Baker)

 

EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Founding editor, Theological Studies Fellowship Newsletter, Students Christian Association, South Africa (1985-1986)

2. Referee, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa (1985)

3. Series editor, Sources for Biblical and Theological Studies, Eisenbrauns, Winona Lake, 1985-

In Print

a. B. C. Ollenburger, E. A. Martens, G. F. Hasel, The Flowering of Old Testament Theology: A Reader in Old Testament Theology, 1930-1990 (1992)

b. Paul R. House, Beyond Form Criticism: Essays in Old Testament Literary Criticism (1992)

c. Duane Christensen, A Song of Power and the Power of Song: Essays on the Book of Deuteronomy (1993)

d. Richard S. Hess and David T. Tsumura, "I Studied Inscriptions from Before the Flood": Ancient Near Eastern, Literary, and Linguistic Approaches to Genesis 1-11 (1994)

e. Robert P. Gordon, "The Place is Too Small for Us": The Israelite Prophets in Recent Scholarship (1996)

f. Charles Carter and Carol Meyers, Community, Identity, and Ideology: Social Scientific Approaches to the Hebrew Bible (1996)

g. V. Phillips Long, Israel's Past in Present Research: Essays on Israelite Historiography (1999)

h. Gary Knoppers and J. Gordon McConville, Rediscovering Israel and Judah: Studies on the Deuteronomistic History (2000)

i.  B. C. Ollenburger, Old Testament Theology: Flowering and Future, 2nd ed. of a. above (2003)

 

j. James D. G. Dunn and Scot McKnight, The Historical Jesus in Recent Research (2005)

 

Assigned and in Process

a. David Howard and Patrick Miller, The Psalms

b. Gordon Wenham and T. Desmond Alexander, Pentateuchal Composition

c. Hugh G. M. Williamson, Isaiah 1-39

d. Daniel Estes, Wisdom Literature

 

4. Editor, Ashland Theological Journal, 1988-

5. Referee, Hebrew Studies, organ of the National Association for the Professors of Hebrew

6. Theological consultant, Children's Bible Translation (Tyndale House Publishers)

7. Co-editor of The Apollos Old Testament Commentary with Gordon Wenham (Leicester/ Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press) - a multi- volume commentary on the Hebrew Old Testament, 1990-

In Print

a. J. G. McConville, Deuteronomy (2002).

b. Ernest C. Lucas, Daniel (2002).

Assigned

a. David W. Baker, Genesis

b. T. Desmond Alexander, Exodus

c. N. Kiuchi, Leviticus

d. P.Pitkanen, Joshua

e. Gordon Hugenberger, Judges

f. Daniel Hawk, Ruth

g. David Firth, 1&2 Samuel

h. Gerald Klingbeil, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther

i. Lissa Wray Beal, 1&2 Kings

j. Gordon J. Wenham, Psalms

k. Paul Overland, Proverbs

l. Daniel Fredericks, Ecclesiastes

m. Daniel Estes, Song of Songs

n. Richard Shultz, Isaiah

o. Lena–Sofia Tiemeyer, Ezekiel

p. Peter Naylor, Joel, Amos

q. Karl Moller, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah

r. David Hartzfeld, Habakkuk

s. Boyd Luter, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah

8. Editorial committee, Believers Church Bible Commentary (Scottdale: Herald Press) 1991-

9. Co-editor with J. Hoffmeier and A. R. Millard, History, Tradition and Faith: Old Testament Historiography in its Near Eastern Context, (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1993).

10. Referee, Archaeology in the Biblical World (Near East Archaeological Society), 1991.

11. Editor, Evangelical Theological Society Monographs, H. Douglas Buckwalter and Mary Keil Shoaff, Guide to the Reference Systems for the Works of Flavius Josephus, ETSMS 3 (1996).

12. Referee, InterVarsity Press, 1995-

13. Editor, Evangelical Theological Society Studies (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House)- vol. 1: John D. Harvey, Listening to the Text: Oral Patterning in Paul's Letters (1998)

14. Editorial Board, Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998-2001.

15. Editor with Bill Arnold, Face of Old Testament Study: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1999).

16. External reviewer, Logos, Entre Rios, Argentina , 2001-

17. David W. Baker, ed., Looking Into the Future: Evangelical Studies in Eschatology Evangelical Theological Society Studies (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 2001).

18. V. Philips Long, David W. Baker, Gordon J. Wenham, ed. Windows Into Old Testament History: Evidence, Argument, and the Crisis of "Biblical Israel" (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002).

19. David W. Baker and T. D. Alexander, ed., Dictionary of Old Testament Pentateuch: A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship (Downers Grove: Leicester: InterVarsity Press, 2002).

20. External reviewer, Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies.

21. Series editor: The Evangelical Theological Society Monograph Series (Eugene: Wipf & Stock Publishers)

            Alan P. Stanley, Did Jesus Teach Salvation by Works? The Role of Works in Salvation in the Synoptic Gospels                         (2006)

            John D. Morrison, Has God Said? Scripture, the Word of God, and the Crisis of Biblical Authority (2006)

            John D. Wineland, The Light of Discovery: Studies in Honor of Edwin M. Yamauchi (2006)

PUBLISHING HONORS

D.W Baker and with T. D. Alexander Dictionary of the Old Testament: Pentateuch (Downers Grove/Leicester: InterVarsity Press, 2002)- listed among “Theological Best Books,” Association of Theological Booksellers (Fall/Winter 2002-2003), front cover and p. 11.

J. G. McConville, Deuteronomy, Apollos Old Testament Commentary, ed. D.W. Baker and G.J. Wenham (Downers Grove/Leicester: InterVarsity Press, 2002)- listed among “Theological Best Books,” Association of Theological Booksellers (Fall/Winter 2002-2003), p. 11.

ACADEMIC AND RELATED EMPLOYMENT

* Visiting professor, Tyndale Theological Seminary, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June, 2000

* Visiting professor, Ontario Theological Seminary, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August, 1991; July-August, 1992

* Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, Ohio, 1990-

* Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, Ohio, 1986-1990

* Part-time lecturer, Ashland University, Ashland Ohio, 1986-1989

* Sessional lecturer in Hebrew, Regent College, summer, 1989

* Associate Professor of Old Testament, New Testament and Biblical Studies, University of Durban-Westville, Durban, South Africa, 1985-1986

* Senior lecturer in Old Testament, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1983-1985

* Sessional lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament, Regent College, 1980-1982

* Pastoral staff, Westminster Gospel Chapel, Burnaby, BC, Canada, 1981-1983

* Assistant professor of Biblical Studies, Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1979-1980

* Temporary lecturer, St. Paul Bible College, Bible College, Minnesota, summer, 1979

* Research assistant (Hebrew), Regent College, 1971-1972

ADMINISTRATIVE AND ORGANIZATIONAL EXPERIENCE

*Organizer, Fall Lecture Series by Terence Fretheim on ‘Problematic Portraits of God in the Old Testament’, Ashland Theological Seminary, 2007

*Program Vice-Chair, The Midwest Regional Evangelical Theological Society, 2006–

*Planning committee, Best Practices Section, Society of Biblical Literature, 2005–

* Ashland Theological Seminary Curriculum Review Committee, 2002–

* Chair, Personal and Professional Committee, Ashland Theological Seminary, 2000-2001

 

* President’s Cabinet, Ashland Theological Seminary, 2000-2001

 

* Vice-chair, Personal and Professional Committee, Ashland Theological Seminary, 1999-2000

 

* Personal and Professional Committee, departmental representative, Ashland Theological Seminary, 1998-2001

* Founding Coordinator- Northern Ohio Chapter, Christians for Biblical Equality, 1996-1998

* Draft Grant Proposal - M.Div. language equivalency for D.Min. Students, 1995

* Ashland Theological Seminary Computer Committee, Member-1994-; Chairman - 1995-1998

* National Coordinator, Eta Beta Rho, National Hebrew Honor Society, 1993-

* Executive Committee, National Association of the Professors of Hebrew, 1993-

* Drafter and initiator, M.A. in Biblical Studies degree, adopted by ATS, 1992-1993

* Chairman, Biblical Studies Department, Ashland Theological Seminary, 1992-1996, Fall 2002, 2006-

* Co-draft and administer Lilly Foundation Faculty Scholarship Support Grant, 1991-1992

* Initiator and member, exploratory committee concerning joint PhD degree in Old Testament, ATS and Ohio State University, 1991-1993

* Executive Committee, Institute for Biblical Research, 1990-1992

* Library Committee, Ashland Theological Seminary, 1990-1992

* Curriculum Committee, Ashland Theological Seminary, 1989-1990, 1992-

* Editorial Committee, Ashland Theological Journal, 1986-1990

* Faculty Secretary, Ashland Theological Seminary 1986-1987

* Doctor of Ministry Committee, ATS, 1987-1988

* Spiritual Formation Committee, ATS, 1986-1989

* Faculty advisor and chapter founder, Eta Beta Rho (Hebrew honorary), ATS, 1986-

* Head, Department of Old Testament, New Testament and Biblical Studies, University of Durban-Westville, 1985-1986

* Secretary, Board of Faculty of Theology, U of D-W, 1986

* Executive Committee, Faculty of Theology, U of D-W, 1985-1986

* Member and executive committee, Senate, Evangelical Biblical Seminary of South Africa, 1985-1986

* Board, Faculties of Arts and Theology, U of D-W, 1985-1986

* External examiner, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 1985

* Institute and teach new second level course in biblical Hebrew, University of Witwatersrand, 1985

* National Council, Students Christian Association, South Africa (with special responsibility as Chairman of the Theological Students Fellowship), 1984-1986

* Faculty board, University of the Witwatersrand, 1984-1985

* Alternate ex officio member, Social Sciences committee, UW, 1984-1985

* Elder, Bedford Chapel, Johannesburg, 1984-1985

* Institute and teach new introductory course in biblical Hebrew, UW, 1983-1984

* Motivate for new major in Classical Hebrew, UW, 1983-1985

* Departmental account administrator, UW Computer Centre, 1983-1985

* Organizer, Bible Festival: Biblia 1983, UW, 1983

* Board of Governors, Regent College, 1982-1983

* Review committee for promotion and tenure, Regent College, 1982

* Organizer, Regent College Conference (UK), 1976-1979

* Planning and steering committee, School for Contemporary Christian Studies (UK), 1975-1978

* Organizer and president, Christian Group, School of Oriental and African Studies, 1974-1977

* Academic Senate, Regent College, 1972-1973

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

“A Baker’s Dozen of Tips for Teaching Biblical Hebrew,” presentation, Best Practices Section, Society of Biblical Literature, Philadelphia, November, 2005

* Team member, Lexington Seminar Workshop on Teaching and Learning, Maine, 2004; Kentucky, 2006

* Tyndale Fellowship Old Testament Lecture, "The Wind and the Waves: Biblical Theology in Protology and Eschatology," invited lecture, Great Britain, July 4, 2000

* Old Testament Study Group, Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical and Theological Research, Cambridge, 1995, 1994 papers read, sessions chaired

* National Association of the Professors of Hebrew, Chicago, 1994, response to paper on evaluation of Hebrew teaching

* National Association of the Professors of Hebrew, New Orleans, 1990, invited panel participant on teaching Hebrew syntax

* Evangelical Theological Society, New Orleans, 1990, paper read

* Wheaton College conference on history and historiography, 1990, invited paper read

* General Conference of the Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio, 1990, invited speaker

* Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical and Theological Research, Biblical Archaeology and Old Testament Study Groups, Cambridge, 1990, session chaired

* Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society, Columbus, 1989, paper read, section chaired

* Wheaton Archaeology Conference, Wheaton, IL, 1988, invited paper read

* Society of Biblical Literature, Boston, 1987, paper read

* Evangelical Theological Society, Boston, 1987, paper read

* El Amarna Centennial symposium, Chicago, 1987, attendee

* Society of Biblical Literature, Atlanta, 1986, attendee

* Evangelical Theological Society, Atlanta, 1986, paper read

* Campus by the Sea (SCA), Pennington, Natal, South Africa, 1985, seminar led

* Society of Biblical Literature, Chicago, 1984, paper read

* Ou-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap in Suider Afrika, Bloemfontein, 1984, paper read

* Transvaal Teachers Association, Johannesburg, 1984, invited paper read

* Ou-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap in Suider Afrika, Potschefstroom, 1983, session chaired

* South African Society for Jewish Studies, Johannesburg, 1983, paper read

* Theological Students Fellowship, Transvaal, 1983, paper read

* Society of Biblical Literature, Portland, OR, 1982, paper read

COURSES AND SUBJECTS TAUGHT

1. Ashland Theological Seminary

a. Quarter lecture courses in:

1. Pentateuch

2. Prophets

3. Hebrew, introductory, intermediate, advanced

4. Genesis

5. Isaiah

6. Poetic literature

7. Ancient Near Eastern literature and the OT

8. Minor prophets

9. Hebrew Exegesis (Genesis 1-11, Deuteronomy, Samuel)

10. Old Testament theology

11. Old Testament historical books

12. Northwest Semitic Inscriptions

13. The Social World of the Old Testament

14. Introductory Akkadian

15. Old Testament Ethics: The Decalog (with Dr Wyndy Corbin-­Reuschling)

b. Colloquia in:

1. Old Testament theology

2. Grace in the Old Testament

3. Texts and manuscripts of the Old Testament

4. Issues in Genesis 1-11

c. Independent studies in:

1. Advanced Hebrew grammar and text criticism

2. Aramaic

3. Psalms

4. Deuteronomy

5. OT covenant

6. Pentateuch

7. Prophets

8. Hebrew paedagogy

9. Introductory and intermediate Hebrew

10. Decalog

11. Old Testament paedagogy

12. Isaiah

13. Amos and Micah (Hebrew exegesis)

14. Hebrew lexical semantics

15. Old Testament Historical books

16. Issues in Old Testament history and exegesis

17. Ugaritic

d. Coordinator - interdisciplinary course on evil

e. MDiv thesis supervision

f. DMin thesis supervision

g. DMin participant group leader

h. DMin course: "Word of Faith, Work of Ministry" (advanced Hermeneutics as applied to spiritual formation and leadership)

2. Tyndale Theological Seminary, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2000

The World of the Old Testament

3. Ontario Theological Seminary, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Currently Tyndale Theological Seminary)

The World of the Old Testament

Summer Hebrew intensive

4. Ashland University

One semester course on Introduction to Bible at the Ohio

State Reformatory, Mansfield and Grafton Correctional

Facility and the main campus

5. University of Durban-Westville

a. One year courses in all aspects of Old Testament studies for:

1. BA Arts Biblical Studies

2. BTheol undergraduates

3. BD postgraduates

b. One year Hebrew courses for BTheol and BD

c. Honours lectures

d. Post-graduate research supervision

6. University of the Witwatersrand

a. Year course in intermediate Hebrew and Aramaic

b. Year course in introductory Hebrew

c. Semester courses in

1. Pentateuch and wisdom literature

2. Prophets

3. Old Testament introduction and former prophets

d. Lectures for postgraduate diploma in education (HdipEd) in Biblical Studies

e. PhD thesis supervision

7. Regent College

a. Semester course in biblical backgrounds

b. One semester introductory course in Biblical Hebrew

c. Intensive summer school course in Biblical Hebrew, equivalent to a regular two-semester

course

8. Bethel College

One semester courses in

a. Introduction to Biblical Studies

b. Literary world of the Old Testament

c. Theology and exegesis

d. History of Israel

e. History of the study of the Old Testament

9. St. Paul Bible College

Summer school course on Genesis 1-11

10. Private tuition

a. Introductory Akkadian

b. English as a second language

c. Biblical Hebrew

d. Modern Hebrew

MEMBERSHIPS

Society of Old Testament Studies (UK)

Ou-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap in Suider Afrika

Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical and Theological Research

Catholic Biblical Association

Society of Biblical Literature

Institute for Biblical Research

Evangelical Theological Society

National Association for Professors of Hebrew