Reviews: Three More Comments on My First Book

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Prof. John Strong has kindly reviewed my first book on Review of Biblical Literature. If you have read my monograph entitled Mapping Judah’s Fate in Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations, you would know that I have cited and discussed his 1993 PhD dissertation entitled “Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations within the Context of His Message” (more…)

Book Review: Thankful for Another Comment on My First Book

Prof. Corrine Carvalho has kindly provided the third review on my first book Mapping Judah’s Fate in Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations. The review is published at the Catholic Biblical Quarterly 80 (2018): 125-127. Below are the printed pages:

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Interview: Women Biblical Scholars

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Dr. Lydia Lee is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Research Focus Area: Ancient Texts: Text, Context and Reception, North-West University in South Africa. She earned her B.A. (Hons) in Biblical Studies and Classical Hebrew at the University of Sydney and Ph.D. in Ancient Near Eastern Studies at Georg-August-Universität Gottingen. She can also be found at […]

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AD ASTRA PER ASPERA: Contextualizing My First Book Entitled Mapping Judah’s Fate in Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations

**See endnotes for further references**

My first book entitled Mapping Judah’s Fate in Ezekiel’s Oracles against the Nations had passed the double-blind peer review and was licked into shape under the supervision of the superb editorial team of the SBL Ancient Near East Monographs Series (US-based).  (more…)

Resource: Bible Odyssey

Bible Odyssey – A fun and informative introduction to various aspects of biblical literature! You should really check out the articles/maps/videos composed and provided freely by experts on this amazing website run by Society of Biblical Literature 🙂 And I eagerly anticipate their writings on Ezekiel ~~

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Film Review: Noah Within and Beyond the Bible

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SPOILER ALERT!

The award-winning director Darren Aronofsky has recently transformed a biblical epic into a blockbuster film – “Noah”. Since I had enjoyed his “Black Swan” a lot, I went to watch “Noah” with a lot of expectations. Again, I was not disappointed. “Noah” has the breath-taking scenery, dramatic plot, and above all complex characters. Some of my friends have also watched it. They ask me what I think of this film in relation to the Bible. For them, a natural curiosity is whether this film is biblical or not. For me, this film offers a good opportunity to discuss the open nature of the biblical texts, which often offer gaps for transformations and reinterpretations. (more…)