Emerging Scholarship on the Old Testament

This session showcases cutting-edge scholarship from emerging Old Testament scholars sponsored by Fellows of the Institute for Biblical Research. All are welcome to attend. Summaries of the papers will be read at the session, leaving opportunity for discussion. Papers will be available for review by October 1 on this page. Contact Rick Hess (rick@densem.edu) for more information.

  • Richard Hess, Denver Seminary, Presiding
  • Oliver A. Hersey, Trinity International University
    The Marriage at Mount Sinai Pharaoh Did Not Attend (24 min)
  • Kelly D. Dagley, Hope International University
    Ruth, Women’s Experience of Migration and the Negotiation of Gender Ideologies within the Family (24 min)
  • Alison K. Hawanchak, Asbury Theological Seminary
    Samson and Delilah: The Tale of the Hero and His Temptress (24 min)
  • Sonja Noll, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
    ‘I Heard Silence and a Voice: The Semantics of Silence in Job 4:16 (24 min)
  • Ian J. Vaillancourt, Heritage Seminary
    The Multifaceted Portrayal of the Figure of Salvation in Psalm 110: A Canonical Study (24 min)