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Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament, Volume 3, Nos. 1 & 2
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Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament, Volume 3, Nos. 1 & 2

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Wipf & Stock 2014–2015

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Overview

The Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament (JESOT) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a venue for high-level scholarship on the Old Testament from an evangelical standpoint. In Volume 3, readers can gain insights into Melchizedek, the role of Elihu in Job, Abraham as a prophet and other significant Old Testament topics. It also contains reviews on recent theological and biblical studies volumes relating to the Old Testament. This journal provides current academic research in ancient Near Eastern backgrounds, Dead Sea Scrolls, Rabbinics, Linguistics, Research Methodology, Literary Analysis, Exegesis, and more.

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Key Features

  • Contains scholarly evangelical studies on the Old Testament
  • Offers current research
  • Includes up-to-date book reviews

Contents and Contributors

  • Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament 3.1
    • “The Shape of Hope in the Book of Kings: The Resolution of Davidic Blessing and Mosaic Curse” by Nathan Lovell
    • “The Soteriological Development of the ‘Arm of the Lord’ Motif” by Matthew R. Akers
    • “Making Sense of Melchizedek (Genesis 14:18-20)” by Silviu Tatu
    • “David, the ‘Ruler of the Sons of His Covenant’ (מושל בבני בריתו): The Expansion of Psalm 151 in 11QPsa” by Andrew Witt
    • Book Reviews
  • Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament 3.2
    • “Was Elihu Right?” by Martin A. Shields
    • “Queens, Widows, and Mesdames: The Role of Women in the Elijah-Elisha Narrative” by Joshua Joel Spoelstra
    • “Prophet and Patriarch: Abraham’s Prophetic Characteristics in Genesis” by Jay Todd
    • “The ‘Seventy Sevens’ (Daniel 9:24) in Light of Heptadic Themes in Qumran” by Ron Haydon
    • Book Reviews

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About the Editors

Stephen J. Andrews is professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Midwestern Seminary, where he has served since 1998. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion, a ThM from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, an MDiv from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Theological Seminary), and a BA from Carson-Newman College.

William R. Osborne is assistant professor of biblical and theological studies at College of the Ozarks in Missouri. Previously he was adjunct professor teaching Hebrew and hermeneutics at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a faculty member at the Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary in Cameroon, West Africa.

Russell L. Meek is assistant professor of Christian studies at Louisiana College. He has a BA from Henderson State University, an MA from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a PhD from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.