David Miller, PhD
Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Judaism
Faculty of Arts and Science
Areas of SpecializationNew Testament (Gospels, Acts, Romans) History (Early Judaism [500 BC – 200 AD]) Greek Hebrew Hermeneutics
Recent areas of research include Luke-Acts, Paul's letter to the Romans, prophecy in the New Testament and early Judaism, and Jewish identity (more specifically, the meaning of the Greek word normally translated 'Jew' or 'Judaean'). In addition to scholarly journal articles, aspects of my research appear from time to time on my blog: http://gervatoshav.blogspot.com/.
- "Ethnicity Comes of Age: An Overview of Twentieth-Century Terms for Ioudaios." Currents in Biblical Research 10.2 (February 2012): 293-311.
- "The Meaning of Ioudaios and its Relationship to Other Group Labels in Ancient Judaism." Currents in Biblical Research 9.1 (2010): 98-126.
- "Seeing the Glory, Hearing the Son: The Function of the Wilderness Theophany Narratives in Luke 9:28-36." Catholic Biblical Quarterly 72.3 (July 2010): 498-517.
- "The Messenger, the Lord, and the Coming Judgement in the Reception History of Malachi 3." New Testament Studies 53.1 (2007):1-16.
- "Whom Do You Follow? The Jewish Politeia and the Maccabean Background of Josephus's Sign Prophets." Pages 173-183 in Common Judaism: Explorations in Second-Temple Judaism. Edited by Wayne O. McCready and Adele Reinhartz. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2008.
- Miller, David M., Ken M. Penner, and Ian W. Scott, eds. The Online Critical Pseudepigrapha. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006-2007.
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