Current PhD Candidates

Old Testament/Hebrew Bible

Taylor Gray
Fergus Falls, Minnesota, USA
“The Rock of Israel”: A Diachronic and Synchronic Analysis of Petramorphic Language in the Hebrew Bible
Ethan Knudson
Renton, Washington, USA
Profiling Intra-Textual and Inter-Textual Reuse in Daniel 7 and 8
Tamara Knudson
Mwinilunga, Zambia
The Patriarchs Revisited and Recast: Intertextual Connections Between Ruth, Esther, and the Patriarchal Narratives
Andy Meeson
Wellington, Telford, England
Framing the Twelve: Intertextuality and Hermeneutics


New Testament

Ben Castaneda
San Antonio, Texas, USA
“What We Have Seen and Heard, We Proclaim to You”: An Analysis of Jesus Traditions in the Catholic Epistle Collection
Paulus De Jong
Urk, the Netherlands
Royal Ideology and Jewish Law in the Gospel of John
Tyler Hoagland
Melbourne, Florida, USA
Assemblies of the Kingdom: Paul’s use of εκκλησία and βασιλεία in 1 Corinthians
Ethan Johnson
Virginia and Tennessee, USA
The Temple in Greco-Roman Perspective
Tobias Siegenthaler
Thun, Switzerland
Narratives from the Book of Genesis in the Gospel of Luke: How Luke Draws on and Transforms the Story of the Book of Genesis
Jesse Stone
Cleveland, Tennessee, USA
Paul’s Theology of Pneumatic Prayer
Timothy B. Tse
Vancouver, Canada
Priestly Conquest in the Apocalypse of John
Seth Whitaker
Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA
Psalms and Eschatology in the Epistle to the Hebrews: The Use of Jewish Scripture to Articulate Future Hope