Dr. Kyle Greenwood
Assistant Professor of Old Testament Studies
School of Theology
- Ph.D. (Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion)
- M.Phil. (Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion)
- M.Div. (Asbury Theological Seminary)
- B.A. (University of Cincinnati)
- Taught at Indiana Wesleyan University
- Served as youth pastor, Indiana
- "Labor Pains: The Relationship between David's Census and Corvee Labor"; Bulletin for Biblical Research, in press, 2010.
- Contributor to "Reading Akkadian Prayers"; edited by Alan Lenzi, SBL Ancient Near Eastern Monograph Series, Atlanta: SBL, forthcoming, 2010.
- "The Persistent Problem of Poverty"; Centennial Review, 1/7: 4, 2009.
- "A Case of Metathesis in Isaiah lii 5b?"; Vetus Testamentum, 56/1: 138-141, 2006.
- Contributor to "The Ancient Near East: Historical Texts in Translation"; edited by Mark Chavalas, Oxford: Blackwell Press, 2006.
- Contributor to "Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books"; edited by Bill T. Arnold and Hugh G. Williamson, Downer's Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2005.
- "The Three Voices of Qoheleth"; presented at the Rocky Mountain-Great Plains regional joint conference of the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature/American Society of Oriental Research, Omaha, Nebraska, April 2010.
- "Solomon's Temple and David's Census: Contextual Clues for the Peculiar Plague"; presented at the Rocky Mountain-Great Plains regional conference of the Society of Biblical Literature, Denver, Colorado, March 2009.
- "King for a Day: Reconsidering Royal Rights to a Middle Assyrian Cult Pedestal"; presented to the Society of Biblical Literature, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2009.
- "Confirming Second Isaiah with a Jot and a Tittle"; presented at the Cincinnati Consortium of Academic Studies, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 2005.
- "A Defense of God's Character in the Old Testament"; presented at the CCU Apologetics Seminar Series, Lakewood, Colorado, January 2010.
- Steven L. Bridge, "Getting the Old Testament: What it Meant to Them, What it Means for Us"; forthcoming in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2010.
- Robin G. Branch, "Jeroboam's Wife: The Enduring Contributions of the Old Testament's Least-Known Women"; forthcoming in Bulletin for Biblical Rese