AboutCollin Cornell is visiting assistant professor for the School of Theology at Sewanee: The University of the South. His dissertation, completed under the supervision of Brent A. Strawn at Emory University in spring 2018, addresses divine aggression in royal psalms and inscriptions. His interests include history of religions, biblical theology, and pedagogy.
EducationPhD, Emory University
MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary
BA, Columbia International University
Work Shared in CORE
Other Publications“The Forgotten Female Figurines from Elephantine.” Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions (forthcoming)
“Interpreting 1 Samuel Theologically: A Review Essay.” Journal of Theological Interpretation 11 (2017): 295-306.
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.
“A Moratorium on God Mergers? The Case of El and Milkom in the Ammonite Onomasticon.” Ugarit-Forschungen 46 (2015): 49-99.
MembershipsSociety for Biblical Literature
Society for Post-Supercessionist Theology