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MemberJosaphat C. Tam

…s  April 2017
Volume 68, no. 1 (April 2017): 297-99.
Review of John: Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament, by Murray J. Harris.
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society  March 2017
Volume 60, no. 1 (March 2017): 205-207.
Review of Interpreting the General Letters: An Exegetical Handbook, by Herbert W. Bateman IV.
Biblical Theology Bulletin: Journal of Bible and Culture   Nov 2016
Volume 46, no. 4 (Nov 2016): 212.
“Pilgrimage, the Never Outdated Religious Practice”: Review of Pilgrimage: A Very Short Introduction, by Ian Reader.
Expository Times   Nov 2016
Volume 128, no. 2 (Nov 2016): 95.
 “A Bible Introduction with a Distinct P…

Josaphat C. Tam is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Academic Dean at Evangel Seminary, Hong Kong. Being a Langham scholar, he holds a Ph.D. from The University of Edinburgh, Scotland and a Th.M. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Illinois. He has written articles and book reviews for academic journals such as Biblica, Expository Times, Biblical Theology Bulletin, Journal of Theological Studies, and Reviews of Biblical and Early Christian Studies as well as some Chinese Christian periodicals. He is currently writing a concise commentary on the General Epistles (Chinese).

MemberCollin Cornell

… Judean Temple at Yeb.” Journal for the Study of Judaism 47 (2016): 291–309.

(co-authored with Joel M. LeMon) “How We Teach Introductory Bible Courses: A Comparative and Historical Sampling.” Teaching Theology and Religion 19 (2016): 114–142.

“Holy Mutability: Religionsgeschichte and Theological Ontology.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 38 (2016): 200–220.

“A Moratorium on God Mergers? The Case of El and Milkom in the Ammonite Onomasticon.” Ugarit-Forschungen 46 (2015): 49–99.

“God and the Sea in Job 38.” Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 12 (2012): 1–15….

Collin Cornell is research affiliate and coordinator of the Center for Religion and Environment in the School of Theology at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. He edited the volume Divine Doppelgängers: YHWH’s Ancient Look-Alikes for Penn State University Press, and his monograph, Divine Aggression in Psalms and Inscriptions, is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. His interests include history of religions, biblical theology, and pedagogy.

MemberJohn Meade

John Meade lives in Phoenix, AZ where he teaches at Phoenix Seminary. He has coauthored The Biblical Canon Lists from Early Christianity: Texts and Analysis (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming Nov. 2017) and he has edited the materials for A Critical Edition of the Hexaplaric Fragments of Job 22-42 to be published by Peeters late this year or early next for the Hexapla Institute. He plans to continue researching in the areas outlined under “Projects” below. He teaches and mentors students at the seminary, recognizing the holistic nature of education as character formation. His courses include Introduction to Old Testament/Hebrew Bible; the Hebrew Language sequence from Introduction to Exegesis (Isaiah, Job, Proverbs); electives in Biblical Theology, Formation of the Biblical Canon, Readings in the Septuagint, and Readings in the Apocrypha/Deuterocanon.