Tyler F. Williams, è un giovane professore titolare della cattedra del Dipartimento di Religione e Teologia e docente di Antico Testamento presso la Taylor University College, Edmonton, Alberta, in Canada. Ti segnaliamo il suo web site molto interessante ed utile per lo studio accademico. Ha aperto anche un blog dove puoi interagire.
Questa è la sua autopresentazione:
“I have a passion for Scripture. One of my primary goals in teaching is to get students excited about the Old Testament through intensive personal study, and challenge them to reflect on the theological significance of the Old Testament for the community of faith. My teaching interests are quite broad and include historiography, Psalms, Genesis, wisdom literature, hermeneutics, film and popular culture, Septuagint, and Dead Sea Scrolls.
I have published An Answer Key for Biblical Hebrew (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1996), and have written a number of entries in the New International Dictionary for OT Theology and Exegesis, The New Eerdmans’ Bible Dictionary, and The Dictionary of New Testament Background, as well as other essays and articles and many book and software reviews. My current research is focused on the ancient Hebrew and Greek versions of the book of Psalms and the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as the Book of Chronicles and ancient historiography.
I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto. I completed my M.Div. in 1992 at Regent College, and my undergraduate degree at North American Baptist College in 1988, with study at the University of Alberta.” Voto: 8