John Goldingay

David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old TestamentSchool of Theology

Contact Information
626-405-0626
Education
BA, University of Oxford
PhD, University of Nottingham
DD, Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth

John Goldingay is the David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament in the School of Theology and has been at Fuller since 1997. Before coming to Fuller, Goldingay was principal and a professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at St John’s Theological College in Nottingham, England. He studied theology at Oxford and was ordained and worked in a church in London.

Goldingay’s most recent publications include the 17-volume Old Testament For Everyone series (Westminster John Knox/SPCK (2010–15), which provides clear, concise comment on all the Old Testament Scriptures, and The Theology of the Book of Isaiah (InterVarsity Press, 2014). His book Do We Need the New Testament? Letting the Old Testament Speak for Itself comes out in 2015 (InterVarsity Press). He is the author of a three-volume Old Testament Theology (InterVarsity Press, 2003–2009). His other recent books include Key Questions about Christian Faith: Old Testament Answers (Baker, 2010) and Key Questions about Biblical Interpretation: Old Testament Answers (Baker, 2011). He has also written commentaries on Daniel, Isaiah, and Psalms.

He holds membership in the Society of Biblical Literature and the Society for Old Testament Study, and serves on the Task Force on Biblical Interpretation in the Anglican Communion and the editorial board for the Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies.

On his webpage Goldingay says, “For me, being a professor is a subset of being a pastor, and I am also priest-in-charge of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Pasadena. I was married to Ann for 43 years until she died in 2009; I have two married sons. I am now married to Kathleen Scott.”

Courses Taught

  • OT500 – Introduction to the Old Testament
  • OT517 – Isaiah
  • OT517 – Psalms
  • OT556 – Old Testament Hermeneutics
  • OT551 – Old Testament Ethics
  • BI500 – Interpretive Practices

Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching

Isaiah, Psalms, Old Testament theology

Publications

Books

  • The Church and the Gifts of the Spirit. Bramcote, UK: Grove, 1972.
  • Old Testament Commentary Survey. Leicester, UK: Theological Students Fellowship, 1975; rev. 1991; 1994.
  • Authority and Ministry. Bramcote, UK: Grove, 1976.
  • How to Read the Bible. London: Marshall, 1977. = Reading the Bible for the First Time. Valley Forge, PA: Judson, 1979.
  • Songs from a Strange Land. Leicester, UK/Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1978; reprinted Toronto: Clements, 2002.
  • Approaches to Old Testament Interpretation. Leicester/Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1981; 2nd ed. 1990; reprinted Toronto: Clements, 2002.
  • God’s Prophet, God’s Servant: A Study in Jeremiah and Isaiah 40—55. Exeter: Paternoster, 1984. Reprinted Carlisle: Paternoster, 1994. Revised ed., Toronto: Clements, 2002.
  • Theological Diversity and the Authority of the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1986/Carlisle: Paternoster, 1995.
  • Poetry and Wisdom. Swindon: Bible Society, 1987.
  • Daniel. Dallas: Word, 1989/Milton Keynes, UK: Word, 1991.
  • Word Biblical Themes: Daniel. Dallas: Word, 1989.
  • Evangelical Spirituality. Bramcote, UK: Grove, 1992.
  • Praying the Psalms. Bramcote, UK: Grove, 1993. Reprinted in Building Your Spiritual Life (ed. Ian Paul), 51–74. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003.
  • Models for Scripture. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans/Carlisle: Paternoster, 1994.
  • Models for Interpretation of Scripture. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans/Carlisle: Paternoster, 1995; reprinted Toronto: Clements, 2004.
  • After Eating the Apricot. Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 1996.
  • How to Read the Bible. Revised ed., London: SPCK, 1997.
  • The Vital Connection: A Fresh Approach to Christian Spirituality and an Opportunity to Move On with God. Nottingham, UK: St John’s Extension Studies, 1998.
  • Men Behaving Badly. Paternoster, Carlisle, UK, 2000.
  • Isaiah. New International Biblical Commentary. Hendrickson, Peabody, MA/Paternoster, Carlisle, UK, 2001.
  • Walk On. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2002. (Revised ed. of To the Usual Suspects. Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 1998).
  • An Ignatian Approach to the Old Testament. Cambridge, UK: Grove, 2002.
  • Old Testament Theology Volume One: Israel’s Gospel. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2003/Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2006.
  • The Message of Isaiah 40—55: A Literary-Theological Commentary. London/New York: Clark, 2005.
  • With David Payne, Isaiah 40–55. International Critical Commentary. 2 vols. London/New York: Clark, 2006.
  • Psalms 1—41. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2006.
  • Old Testament Theology Volume Two: Israel’s Faith. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press/Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2006.
  • Psalms 42–89. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2007.
  • Editor. Uprooting and Planting: Essays on Jeremiah for Leslie Allen. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies. London/New York: Colloquium, 2007.
  • Psalms 90–150. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2008.
  • With Pamela Scalise, Minor Prophets II. New International Biblical Commentary. Hendrickson, Peabody, MA/Paternoster, Carlisle, UK, 2009.
  • Old Testament Theology Volume Three: Israel’s Life. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press/Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2009.
  • Genesis for Everyone. 2 vols. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2010.
  • Exodus and Leviticus for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2010.
  • Numbers and Deuteronomy for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2010.
  • Key Questions about Christian Faith. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2010.
  • Joshua, Judges and Ruth for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2011
  • First and Second Samuel for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2011.
  • Key Questions about Interpretation. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011.
  • First and Second Kings for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2011.
  • First and Second Chronicles for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2012.
  • Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK: 2012.
  • Job for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2013.
  • Psalms 1–72 for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2013.
  • Psalms 73–150 for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2013.
  • Isaiah 56–66. International Critical Commentary. London/New York: T&T Clark, 2014.
  • The Theology of the Book of Isaiah. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2014.
  • Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs for Everyone. Louisville: Westminster John Knox/London: SPCK, 2014.
Articles
  • “‘That You May Know that Yahweh Is God’: A Study in the Relationship between Theology and History in the Old Testament.” Tyndale Bulletin 23 (1972): 58–93.
  • “The Chronicler as a Theologian.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 5 (1975): 99–126.
  • “History, Culture, Mission and the People of God in the Old Testament.” Evangelical Fellowship for Missionary Studies Bulletin 5 (1975): 1–30.
  • “The Study of Old Testament Theology: Its Aims and Purpose.” Tyndale Bulletin 26 (1975): 34–52.
  • “The Authority of Scripture in Recent Debate.” Christian Graduate 28 (1975): 65–68.
  • “The Man of War and the Suffering Servant: The Old Testament and the Theology of Liberation.” Tyndale Bulletin 27 (1976): 79–113.
  • “Inspiration, Infallibility and Criticism.” Churchman 90 (1976): 6–23.
  • “The Book of Daniel: Three Issues.” Themelios 2 (1977): 45–49.
  • “Proverbs v and ix.” Revue Biblique 84 (1977): 80–93.
  • “James Barr on Fundamentalism.” Churchman 91 (1977): 295–308.
  • “Expounding the New Testament.” In New Testament Interpretation (ed. I. H. Marshall), 351–65. Exeter, UK: Paternoster/Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1977.
  • “Psalm 51:16a.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 40 (1978): 388–90.
  • “Theology and Healing.” Churchman 92 (1978): 23–33.
  • “Palestine and the Prophets.” Third Way 2/7 (1978): 3–6.
  • “Repetition and Variation in the Psalms.” Jewish Quarterly Review 68 (1978): 146–57.
  • “The Arrangement of Isaiah xli–xlv.” Vetus Testamentum 29 (1979): 289–99.
  • “Testimony: Isaiah 61.” Third Way 2/18 (1978): 20.
  • First to Fifth Sundays after Easter (Year One) in The Ministry of the Word: A Handbook to the 1978 Lectionary (ed. G. J. Cuming). London: Bible Reading Fellowship/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979.
  • “The ‘Salvation History’ Perspective and the ‘Wisdom’ Perspective within the Context of Biblical Theology.” Evangelical Quarterly 51 (1979): 194–207.
  • “Real Bread Doesn’t Leave You Hungry.” Renewal 82 (1979): 17–19.
  • “Kings, Books of,” in The Illustrated Bible Dictionary (ed. J. D. Douglas and others). Leicester, UK: InterVarsity Press/Wheaton: Tyndale, 1980.
  • “The Patriarchs in Scripture and History.” In Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives (ed. A. R. Millard and D. J. Wiseman; Leicester, UK: Inter-Varsity Press, 1980): 11–42; (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1983): 1–34; partly reprinted in Israel’s Past in Present Research (ed. V. P. Long), 485–91. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1999.
  • “‘If Your Sins Are Like Scarlet . . .’ (Isaiah 1:18).” Studia Theologica 35 (1981): 137–44.
  • “The Dynamic Cycle of Praise and Prayer in the Psalms.” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 20 (1981): 85–90.
  • “Luther and the Bible.” Scottish Journal of Theology 35 (1982): 33–58.
  • “On Dashing Little Ones against the Rock: Psalm 137.” Third Way 5/11 (1982): 24–25.
  • “The Hermeneutics of Liberation Theology.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 4/5 (1982–83): 133–61.
  • “The Old Testament and Christian Faith.” Themelios 8/1 (1982): 4–10; 8/2 (1983): 5–12.
  • “The Christian Church and Israel.” Theological Renewal 23 (1983): 4–19.
  • “Modern Israel and Biblical Prophecy.” Third Way 6/4 (1983): 6–8.
  • “Interpreting Scripture.” Anvil 1 (1984): 153–62, 261–81.
  • “Diversity and Unity in Old Testament Theology.” Vetus Testamentum 34 (1984): 153–68.
  • With Ann Goldingay, “Whose Values Anyway?” Third Way 7/8 (1984): 13–14.
  • “Facing up to Calamity: Isaiah 24.” Third Way 7/10 (1984): 15.
  • “Divine Ideals, Human Stubbornness, and Scriptural Inerrancy.” Transformation 2/4 (1985): 1–4.
  • “The Use of the Old Testament in the Letter to the Hebrews: Response.” Mishkan 3 (1985): 64–67.
  • “The Bible and Sexuality.” Scottish Journal of Theology 39 (1986): 175–88.
  • “Nebuchadnezzar = Antiochus Epiphanes?” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 98 (1986): 439.
  • “Current Issues in Evangelical Interpretation of Scripture.” In Anglican Evangelical Assembly Proceedings 4 (ed. C. M. Day; 1986): 19–29.
  • “The Spirituality of Preaching.” Expository Times 98 (1986–87): 197–203.
  • “The Stories in Daniel: A Narrative Politics.” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 77 (1987): 99–116.
  • “The Jews, the Land, and the Kingdom.” Anvil 4 (1987): 9–22.
  • “Corporate Personality,” “Israel,” Monotheism,” in New Dictionary of Theology (ed. S. B. Ferguson and D. F. Wright), 169, 344–45, 443–44. Leicester, UK/Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1988.
  • “The Message of Psalms.” In The Message of the Bible (ed. G. L. Carey), 76–85. Tring, UK/Batavia, IL: Lion, 1988.
  • “‘Holy Ones on High’ in Daniel 7:18.” Journal of Biblical Literature 107 (1988): 495–97.
  • “Going by the Book.” Third Way 11/2 (1988): 14–16.
  • “The Bible in the City.” Theology 92 (1989): 5–15.
  • Editor and contributor, Signs, Wonders and Healing. Leicester, UK: InterVarsity Press, 1989.
  • “Inspiration,” “Salvation History,” “Theology (Old Testament),” in A Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (ed. R. J. Coggins and J. L. Houlden), 314–16, 606–7, 691–94. London: SCM/Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1990.
  • “Preaching on the Stories in Scripture.” Anvil 7 (1990): 105–14.
  • “God’s Critical Word: Jeremiah 36.” Third Way 13/4 (1990): 21.
  • “Models for Scripture.” Scottish Journal of Theology 44 (1991): 19–37.
  • “A New Bandwagon.” Third Way 14/5 (1991): 16–17.
  • “Modes of Theological Reflection in the Bible.” Theology 94 (1991): 181–88.
  • With C. J. H. Wright, “‘Yahweh Our God Yahweh One’: The Old Testament and Religious Pluralism.” In One God, One Lord in a World of Religious Pluralism (ed. A. D. Clarke and B. W. Winter; Cambridge: Tyndale House, 1991), 34–52; second ed. (Carlisle, UK: Paternoster/Grand Rapids: Baker, 1992), 43–62.
  • “Images of Israel: The People of God in the Writings.” In Studies in Old Testament Theology (David Hubbard Festschrift, ed. Robert L. Hubbard and others), 205–21. Dallas: Word, 1992.
  • “Theological College Training in the Context of a Lifetime’s Journey.” British Journal of Theological Education 5/2 (1992–3): 15–32.
  • “If You Hurry You May Catch Up With the Risen Christ: Mark 16:1–8.” Third Way 16/3 (1993): 24.
  • “Story, Vision, Interpretation: Literary Approaches to Daniel.” In The Book of Daniel (ed. A. S. van der Woude), 295–313. Leuven: Peeters, 1993.
  • “How Far Do Readers Make Sense?” Themelios 18 (1993): 5–10. Reprinted in Solid Ground (ed. C. R. Trueman and others), 172–89. Leicester, UK: Inter-Varsity Press, 2000.
  • “‘You are Abraham’s Offspring, My Friend’: Abraham in Isaiah 41.” In He Swore an Oath (Donald Wiseman Festschrift, ed. R. S. Hess and others), Cambridge: Tyndale House, 1993. Second ed. Grand Rapids: Baker/Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 1994), 29–54.
  • “Proverbs.” In New Bible Commentary (ed. D. A. Carson and others), 584–608. Leicester, UK/Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1994.
  • “Fishing on the Sea of Tiberias.” Anvil 10 (1993): 9.
  • “Kayyôm hazzeh ‘On this Very Day…’” Vetus Testamentum 43 (1993): 112–5.
  • “God at Work in Genesis.” In J. Goldingay and R. Innes, God at Work, 3–11. Bramcote, UK: Grove, 1994.
  • “The Arrangement of Sayings in Proverbs 10 – 15.” Journal for the Study of the OT 61 (1994): 75–83.
  • Editor and contributor, Atonement Today. London: SPCK 1995.
  • “Motherhood, Machismo, and the Purpose of Yahweh in Judges 5.” Anvil 12 (1995): 21–33.
  • “Hosea 1 – 3, Genesis 1 – 4, and Masculist Interpretation.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 17 (1995): 37–44. Revised ed. in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets (ed. A. Brenner), 161–68. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.
  • “Isaiah 42.18–25.” Journal for the Study of the OT 67 (1995): 43–65.
  • “Charismatic Spirituality: Some Theological Reflections.” Theology 97 (1996): 178–86.
  • “What Happens to Ms Babylon in Isaiah 47, Why, and Who Says So?” Tyndale Bulletin 47 (1996): 215–43.
  • “The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament.” Ex auditu 12 (1996): 14–28.
  • “Are They Comic Acts?” Evangelical Quarterly 69 (1997): 99–107.
  • “In Preaching, Be Scriptural.” Anvil 14 (1997): 87–94.
  • “Isaiah xl–lv in the 1990s: Among Other Things, Deconstructing, Mystifying, Intertextual, Socio-critical, and Hearer-involving.” Biblical Interpretation 5 (1997): 226–46.
  • “Being Human.” In Encounter With Mystery: Reflections on L’Arche and Living with Disability (ed. F. M. Young), 133–51, 183–84. London: Darton, Longman, & Todd, 1997.
  • “Biblical Story and the Way It Shapes our Story.” The Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association 17 (1997): 5–15.
  • “Postmodernizing Eve and Adam (Can I have my apricot as well as eating it?).” In The World of Genesis (ed. P. R. Davies and D. J. A. Clines), 50–59. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998.
  • “The Place of Ishmael.” In The World of Genesis (ed. P. R. Davies and D. J. A. Clines), 146–49. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998.
  • “The Breath of Yahweh Scorching, Confounding, Anointing: The Message of Isaiah 40 – 42.” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 11 (1997): 5–15.
  • “The Ongoing Story of Biblical Interpretation.” Churchman 112 (1998): 6–16.
  • “The Logic of Intercession.” Theology 99 (1998): 262–70.
  • “Isaiah 43, 22–28.” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 110 (1998): 173–91.
  • “Isaiah i l; ii 1.” Vetus Testamentum 48 (1998): 326–32.
  • “Canon and Lection.” In To Glorify God: Essays on Modern Reformed Liturgy (ed. B. D. Spinks and I. R. Torrance), 85–97. Edinburgh: Clark, 1999.
  • “The Compound Name in Isaiah 9.5 [6].” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 61 (1999): 239–44.
  • “Keys to Understanding [the Bible].” The Lion Handbook to the Bible (ed. P and D. Alexander), 46–49. Oxford: Lion, 1999.
  • “Eli: The Man for Whom It Was Too Late.” Anvil 16 (1999): 165–72.
  • “Biblical Narrative and Systematic Theology.” In Between Two Horizons (ed. J. B. Green and M. Turner), 133–52. Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, 1999.
  • With Michael Moynagh, “Future Studies and Prophecy.” Theology 100 (1999): 416–23.
  • “Psalm 103.” In The Journal of the Centre for Biblical and Hebraic Studies 3/3 (1999): 16–19.
  • Consultant, The NIV Worship Bible (ed. B. Owens). Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2000.
  • “The Significance of Circumcision.” Journal for the Study of the OT 88 (2000): 3–18.
  • “Death and Afterlife in the Psalms.” In Death, Life-After-Death, Resurrection and The World-to-Come in the Judaisms of Antiquity (ed. Alan J. Avery-Peck and Jacob Neusner), 61–85. Brill, Leiden, 2000.
  • “Justice and Salvation for Israel and Canaan.” In Reading the Hebrew Bible for a New Millennium (ed. W. Kim and others), 1:169–87. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity, 2000.
  • “What Are the Characteristics of Evangelical Study of the Old Testament?” Evangelical Quarterly 73 (2001): 99–117.
  • “Daniel in the Context of Old Testament Theology.” In The Book of Daniel (ed. J. J. Collins and P. W. Flint), 639–60. Vetus Testamentum Supplement 83. Brill, Leiden, 2001.
  • “Introduction” to Genesis and Exodus (by John W. Rogerson, R. W. L. Moberly, and William Johnstone), 9–34. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001.
  • Contributor, The Lectionary Commentary (ed. Roger E. Van Harn). Grand Rapids/Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2001. [Pentateuch for Gen 21; Exod 33; 34; Prophets for Jer 31; Hos 11; Joel 2]
  • “Wisdom on Death and Suffering.” In Understanding Wisdom (ed. Warren S. Brown), 121–34. Philadelphia/London: Templeton Foundation, 2000.
  • “Covenants and Nature.” In Covenant Theology (ed. M. J. Cartledge and D. Mills), 21–32. Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2001.
  • “Prophecy Today.” The Spirit & Church 3 (2001): 27–46. Revised and expanded ed., Prophecy Today. Cambridge, UK: Grove, 2003.
  • “The Old Testament,” in The New Dictionary of Pastoral Studies (ed. Wesley Carr and others), 242–43. London: SPCK/Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002.
  • “Ecclesiastes.” In Bible Reading for the Easter Season, 21–34. Oxford: Bible Reading Fellowship, 2002.
  • With Gillian Cooper, “Hosea and Gomer Visit the Marriage Counsellor.” In First Person: Essays in Biblical Autobiography (ed. Philip R. Davies), 119–36. London/New York: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002.
  • “Hermeneutics.” In Dictionary of the Old Testament: Pentateuch (ed. D. W. Baker and T. D. Alexander). Downers Grove, IL/Leicester, UK: InterVarsity Press, 2002.
  • “Jubilee Tithe.” Transformation 19 (2002): 198–205.
  • “Anger,” “Body,” “Flesh,” “Human, Human Beings, Humanity, Humankind,” “Image, Likeness (of God,” “Name,” “Soul,” “Mind, Heart, Think, Thought, Hardening of the Heart,” in The Westminster Theological Wordbook of the Bible (ed. Donald E. Gowan). Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2003.
  • “Premodern, Modern, and Postmodern in Old Testament Study” and “Ezekiel,” in Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible (ed. J. W. Rogerson and J. D. G. Dunn). Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, 2003.
  • “So What Might the Song of Songs Do to Them?” In Reading From Right to Left (Festschrift for David J. A. Clines, ed. J. C. Exum and H. G. M. Williamson), 173–83. London/New York: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003.
  • With David Payne, Isaiah 40–55. International Critical Commentary. 2 vols. London/New York: Clark, 2006.
  • “Psalm 4.” Tyndale Bulletin 57 (2006): 161–72.
  • “Alliance,” “Covenant.” In The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible 1:767–78. Nashville: Abingdon, 2006.
  • “Authority of Scripture,” in Dictionary of Biblical Criticism and Interpretation (ed. Stanley E. Porter), 30–32. London and New York: Routledge, 2007.
  • “Eschatology in Isaiah.” In What Are We Waiting For (ed. Stephen Holmes and Russell Rook), 24–34. Milton Keynes/Colorado Springs: Paternoster, 2008.
  • “Hermeneutics.” In Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry and Writings (ed. Tremper Longman and Peter Enns), 267–80. Downers Grove, IL/Nottingham, UK: InterVarsity Press, 2008.
  • “Isaiah 53 in the Pulpit.” Perspectives in Religious Studies 35 (2008): 147–53.
  • “Christ in/and the Old Testament.” Journal for Theological Interpretation 2 (2008), 7–11.
  • “Old Testament Theology and the Canon.” Tyndale Bulletin 59 (2008): 1–26.
  • With Pamela Scalise, Minor Prophets II. New International Biblical Commentary. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson / Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2009.
  • “The Theology of the Book of Isaiah.” In Interpreting Isaiah (ed. David G. Firth and H. G. M. Williamson), 168–90. Leicester, UK/Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2009.
  • “Isaiah.” In Beverly Roberts Gaventa and David Petersen (ed.), The New Interpreter’s Bible One Volume Commentary, 387–424. Nashville: Abingdon, 2010.
  • “About Third Isaiah….” In James Aitken and others (ed.), On Stone and Scroll (G. I. Davies Festschrift; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011), pp. 375–89.
  • “Servant of Yahweh.” In Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets (ed. Mark J. Boda and Gordon McConville). Downers Grove.IL/Nottingham, UK: InterVarsity Press, 2012.
  • “Poetry and Theology in Isaiah 56 – 66.” In Stanley E. Porter and Matthew R. Malcolm (ed.), Horisons in Hermeneutics (A. C. Thiselton Festschrift), 15–31. Grand Rapids/Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2013.
  • “On Reading Job 22–28.” Expository Times 124 (2012–13): 480–484.
  • “Asking the Bible for Answers to Questions It Does Not Ask.” In The Missionary Family, edited by Dwight P. Baker and Robert J. Priest, 244–46. Pasadena: William Carey, 2014.
  • “The Psalms as an Invitation into a Spiral Relationship with God.” In Walking with God, edited by C. R. Ringma and K. Hollenbeck-Wuest, 15–31. Manila: OMF, 2014.

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