Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see (Hebrews 11:1).
The omnifarious ideas and voices within the “Bible” (τὰ βιβλία – the Greek plural noun that means “the books”) show me the multifaceted ways to engage my faith in Him. Below is a list of records of my academic journey to grasp some of the most fascinating aspects of the biblical texts:
Publications and Online Resources:
- Living Biblical Hebrew in South Africa!
- My Revue de Qumran (RevQ) Article Is Out!
- My Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (ZAW) Article Is Here!
- Two Articles Passed the Double-Blind Peer-Reviews
- College de France Lecture on the Philistines by Aren Maeir
- Bible Odyssey
- Historical Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew: Steps Toward an Integrated Approach
Teaching and Archaeological Digging
- 使徒行传导论 (A Very Simple Introduction to Acts of the Apostles)
- The Happy Ending in the Winter Semester 2014/2015
- I Love Teaching
- My First Teaching Day This Semester
- Saying Hello to a New Semester
- Noah Within and Beyond the Bible
- Top 3 Reasons Why an Archaeologist Is Not (but Is Better Than) Indiana Jones!
- Ezekiel’s My Cup of Tea
Conferences and Defense
- Fourth of July
- A Job Seeker
- An Invitation to the Defense
- Fiery ‘Sheol’ in the Dead Sea Scrolls
- My Second and Last DoKo presentation
- Workshop: “Conference Presentation: Engaging the Listener in Your Talk”
- The Penultimate Paper
- Academic Conferences
- Lausanne-Göttingen Graduate Meeting
- Interesting Facts About the King James Bible