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Resources for a Christian worldview

Al Wolters pages

Al Wolters is Professor of Religion and Theology/Classical Languages at Redeemer University College, Ancaster (since 1984). 


He was born in 1942 in the Netherlands, and immigrated with his parents to Canada in 1948. In 1961 he applied for the preseminary program at Calvin - but with a letter explaining that at that time he was an agnostic! During his three years at Calvin he came to faith, partly through the teaching of the charismatic philosophy professor H. Evan Runnner. Under Runner's influence he felt God was calling him to philosophy rather than the ministry, and he went to the Free University in Amsterdam to study the history of philosophy (1964-72). He completed his studies with a dissertation on Plotinus (the third-century founder of Neoplatonism), and returned to Canada. After some non-academic odd jobs he taught philosophy for ten years at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto (1974-84).

During those years he taught a year-long introductory course in Christian philosophy, which began with an intense two-week "boot camp" in August, in which he laid out "the biblical basics for a reformational worldview." These introductory lectures subsequently became his book Creation Regained.

However, during all this time he continued to cultivate an interest in professional biblical studies (learning biblical Hebrew on my own, for example), and began publishing in this area. Then he had the opportunity to be hired as a professor of Bible and Greek at Redeemer College (now Redeemer University College) in Ancaster, Ontario (just south of Toronto). This unusual move was facilitated by the fact that he was a founding member of the association that established Redeemer, served on its board both before and after it opened its doors in 1982, and knew many of its original faculty. Since 1984 he has been at Redeemer, and is currently working on a commentary on the book of Zechariah. I have also done work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, in particular the Copper Scroll, which is a list of buried treasure (probably taken from the temple in Jerusalem in New Testament times). 

He is married with have two grown-up children, and likes reading Swedish whodunits. He is also interested in the charismatic movement, which he think has a lot to teach the established Christian traditions.





Articles

1989. 'On the Idea of Worldview and Its Relation to Philosophy,' in Paul A. Marshall, et al., eds., Stained Glass: Worldview and Social Science (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1989), 14-25

1987. 'Worldview and Textual Criticism in 2 Peter 3:10,' Westminster Theological Journal 49 (1987) 405-413.

1985. 'The Intellectual Milieu of Herman Dooyeweerd,' in C.T. McIntire, ed., The Legacy of Herman Dooyeweerd (New York: University Press of America, 1985) 1-19

1983. 'Dutch Neo-Calvinism: Worldview, Philosophy and Rationality,? in H. Hart et al., eds., Rationality in the Calvinian Tradition (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1983) 113-131

1979 'On Vollenhoven's Problem-Historical Method,' in J. Kraay and A. Tol, eds., Hearing and Doing. Philosophical Essays Dedicated to H. Evan Runner (Toronto: Wedge, 1979) 231-262. [pdf]

1978/ 1999 'The Foundational Command: ?Subdue the Earth!?' in Year of Jubilee, Cultural Mandate, Worldview (Study Pamphlet No. 382; ed. B. van der Walt; Potchefstroom: Institute for Reformational Studies, 1999) 27-34. [Previously available as ICS Academic Paper, 1978.]

1975/ 1987. "Ideas have legs" The Guide July. Also in A Christian Union in Labour's Wasteland, edited by Edward Vanderkloet
(Wedge Publishing, 1978). Republished by Institute for Christian Studies, 1987


Vanguard articles:

1979. Breaking out of the evangelical world-view: a review of John Stott's latest work'

'Hallowed be thy creation'

1980. 'The centre and the circumference'


Anakainosis articles:

1978. In memoriam: Vollenhoven

1979. Vollenhoven on the 'word of God'

1983. 'Ground motives'


Bibliography

1979. “On Vollenhoven's Problem-Historical Method,” in J. Kraay and A. Tol, eds., Hearing and Doing. Philosophical Essays Dedicated to H. Evan Runner (Toronto: Wedge, 1979) 231-262.

1981. “The Structure of Enneads II, 9,” in Henry VanderGoot, ed., Life is Religion: Essays in Honor of H. Evan Runner (St. Catharines: Paideia Press, 1981) 83-94.

1981. “Facing the Perplexing History of Philosophy,” Tydskrif vir christelike wetenskap 17 (1981) 1-17. Also available as an ICS Academic Paper.

1982. “A Survey of Modern Scholarly Opinion on Plotinus and Indian Thought,” in R. Baine Harris, ed., Neoplatonism and Indian Thought (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982) 293-308.

1982. “Truth as Relational,” RES Theological Forum 9 (1982) 7-11.

1983. “Aspects of Ficino's Translation of Plotinus,” in Proceedings: Fourth Medieval Forum (April 22-23, 1983) (Plymouth State College, 1983) 98-99.

1983. “Dutch Neo-Calvinism: Worldview, Philosophy and Rationality,” in H. Hart et al., eds., Rationality in the Calvinian Tradition (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1983) 113-131.

1983. Review article of J. Igal, Plotino: Enéadas I-II, Spanish translation of Plotinus, Dionysius 7 (1983) 33-41.*

1984. “Nature and Grace in the Interpretation of Proverbs 31:10-31,” Calvin Theological Journal 19 (1984) 153-166.*

1985. “Sôpiyyâ (Prov 31:27) as Hymnic Participle and Play on sophia," Journal of Biblical Literature 104 (1985) 577-587.*

1985. “The Intellectual Milieu of Herman Dooyeweerd,” in C.T. McIntire, ed., The Legacy of Herman Dooyeweerd (New York: University Press of America, 1985) 1-19.

1986. “The First Draft of Ficino's Translation of Plotinus,” in Marsilio Ficino e il ritorno di Platone. Studie Documenti, a cura di Gian Carlo Garfagnini (2 vols.; Florence: Olschki, 1986) 1.305-329.

1986. “Ficino and Plotinus’ Treatise ‘On Eros’,” Ficino and Renaissance Neoplatonism, K. Eisenbichler and O.Z. Pugliese, eds. (University of Toronto Italian Studies 1; Ottawa: Dovehouse, 1986) 189-197.

1986. "The nature of fundamentalism" Pro Rege 15(Sept) 2-9.

1987. “Recent Biographical Studies of Calvin,” In Honour of John Calvin, 1509-64. Papers from the 1986 International Calvin Symposium, McGill University, E.J. Furcha, ed. (ARC Supplement #3; Montreal: Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University, 1987) 349-360.

1987. “Notes on the Copper Scroll (3Q15),” Revue de Qumran, 48 (1987) 589-596.*

1987. “Poliziano as a Translator of Plotinus,” Renaissance Quarterly 40 (1987) 452-64.*

1987. “Worldview and Textual Criticism in 2 Peter 3:10,” Westminster Theological Journal 49 (1987) 405-413.*

1988. “The Last Treasure of the Copper Scroll,” Journal of Biblical Literature 107 (1988) 419-429.*

1988.“Wordplay and Dialect in Amos 8:1-2,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 31 (1988) 407-410.*

1988. “The Fifth Cache of the Copper Scroll: ‘The Plastered Cistern of Manos’,” Revue de Qumran 13 (1988) 167-176.*

1988. “Proverbs xxxi 10-31 as Heroic Hymn: A Form-critical Analysis,” Vetus Testamentum 38 (1988) 446-457.* [See also 2000.]

1989. “On the Idea of Worldview and Its Relation to Philosophy,” in Paul A. Marshall, et al., eds., Stained Glass: Worldview and Social Science (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1989), 14-25.

1989. “Shield and Sword,” in Edward E. Ericson et al., Servant or Tyrant? The Task and Limits of Government (Mississauga, ON: Christian Labour Association of Canada, 1989) 1-4. [Reprinted in 1995.]

1989. “The Balaamites of Deir ‘Alla as Aramean Deportees,” Hebrew Union College Annual 59 (1988) 101-113 [copyright 1989].*

1989. “The reformational-evangelical worldview and the future mission of institutions of Christian higher education in a North American context,” in B.J. van der Walt, ed., Visie en Missie/Vision and Mission (Potchefstroom: Institute for Reformational Studies, 1989) 84-95.

1990. “Christianity and the Classics: A Typology of Attitudes,” in W. Helleman, ed., Christianity and the Classics: The Acceptance of a Heritage (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1990) 189-203.

1990. “The Oracle in Ficino's Translation of the Vita Plotini,” in D. Harlfinger, ed., Philophron_ma: Festschrift für Martin Sicherl zum 75. Geburtstag. Von Textkritik bis Humanismusforschung (Paderborn: Schöningh, 1990) 237-251.

1990. “‘A Child of Dust and Ashes’ (Job 42:6b),” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 102 (1990) 116-119.*

1990. “‘Partners of the Deity’: A Covenantal Reading of 2 Pet 1:4,” Calvin Theological Journal 25 (1990) 28-44.*

1990. “Apocalyptic and the Copper Scroll,” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 49 (1990) 145-154.*

1990. “Not rescue but destruction: rereading Exod 15:8,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 52 (1990) 223-240.*

1990. “The Copper Scroll and the Vocabulary of Mishnaic Hebrew,” Revue de Qumran 14 (1990) 483-495.*

1990. “Was Aristotle Committed to a Cardinal Tenet of Reformational Philosophy?” Philosophia Reformata 55 (1990) 198-202.

1991. “Aspects of the Literary Structure of Combination I,” in The Balaam Text from Deir ‘Alla Re-evaluated. Proceedings of the International Symposium held at Leiden, 21-24 August 1989 (ed. J. Hoftijzer and G. van der Kooij; Leiden: Brill, 1991) 294-304.

1991. “Untying the King's Knots: Physiology and Wordplay in Daniel 5,” Journal of Biblical Literature 110 (1991) 117-122.*

1991. “Gustavo Gutiérrez (1928-),” in Bringing into Captivity Every Thought, Capita Selecta in the History of Christian Evaluations of Non-Christian Philosophy (ed. J. Klapwijk et al.; Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1991) 229-240.

1991. “Postscript to ‘Partners of the Deity’,” Calvin Theological Journal 26 (1991) 418-420.*

1992. “Reflections on ‘Primeval History’ and Van Till's Hermeneutics,” Mid-America Journal of Theology 6 (1990) 117-124 [published in 1992].

1992. “Literary Analysis and the Copper Scroll,” in Intertestamental Essays in Honour of Józef Tadeusz Milik (ed. Z. J. Kapera; Cracow: Enigma Press, 1992) 239-52.

1992. “The Riddle of the Scales in Daniel 5,” Hebrew Union College Annual 62 (1991) 155-177 [published in 1992].*

1993. “A Different Way of Looking at Genesis 2 - A Response,” The Pascal Centre Notebook 2 (1991/92) 3-4 [published in 1993].

1993. “Hart's Exegetical Proposal on Romans 1,” Calvin Theological Journal 28 (1993) 166-170.*

1993. “An Allusion to Libra in Daniel 5,” in Die Rolle der Astronomie in den Kulturen Mesopotamiens (Grazer Morgenländische Studien 3; ed. Hannes D. Galter; Graz, 1993) 291-306.

1994 “Halley's Comet at a Turning Point in Jewish History,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 55 (1993) 687-697 [published in 1994].*

1994. “History and the Copper Scroll,” in Methods of Investigation of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Khirbet Qumran Site: Present Realities and Future Prospects (ed. M. O. Wise et al.;Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 722; New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1994) 285-98.

1994.“Anthr_poi eudokias (Luke 2:14) and ’nšy rswn (4Q416),” Journal of Biblical Literature 113 (1994) 291-92.*

1994. “Creatio ex nihilo in Philo,” in Hellenization Revisited (ed. W. E. Helleman; Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1994) 107-124.

1994. “Creation Order: A Historical Look at Our Heritage,” in God's Order for Creation (ed. B.J. van der Walt; Potchefstroom: Institute for Reformational Studies, 1994) 42-61. [See also 1995.]

1994. “Text and Script of the LXX Vorlage of Job 40:17b,” Textus: Studies of the Hebrew University Bible Project 17 (1994) 101-115.*

1994. “Zohar h_r_qiac (Daniel 12.3) and Halley's Comet,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 61 (1994) 111-120.*

1995. “The meaning of kîšôr (Proverbs 31:19),” Hebrew Union College Annual 65 (1994) 91-104. [Copyright 1995.]*

1995. “Creation Order: A Historical Look at Our Heritage,” in An Ethos of Compassion and the Integrity of Creation (ed. Brian J. Walsh et al.; Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1995) 33-48. [Previously published in South Africa in 1994.]

1995. “Belshazzar's Feast and the Cult of the Moon God Sin,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 5 (1995) 199-206.*

1995. “The Tetragrammaton in the Psalms Scroll,” Textus: Studies of the Hebrew University Bible Project 18 (1995) 87-99.*

1995. “Shield and Sword,” in Confessing Christ in Doing Politics. Essays on Christian. Political Thought and Action (ed. B. van der Walt and R. Swanepoel; Potchefstroom: Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 1995) 603-606. [Previously published in 1989.]

1996 . “Targumic _____ (Zechariah 14:20) = Greek κoρυφαία?” Journal of Biblical Literature 115 (1996) 710-13.*

1996. “Herman Bavinck on Faith and Science,” in Facets of Faith and Science (4 vols.; ed. J. van der Meer; Lanham MD: Pascal Centre--University Press of America, 1996) 2.23-55.

1996. “Creation as Separation: A Proposed Link Between Bible and Theory,” in Facets of Faith and Science (4 vols.; ed. J. van der Meer; Lanham MD: Pascal Centre--University Press of America, 1996) 4.347-52.

1996.“Copper Scroll,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East (5 vols.; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997) 2.64-65 [appeared in 1996].

1997. The articles “3619 ___,” “4839 ____,” “4888 ___,” 5102 ____,” and “9374 ______,” in The New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis (5 vols.; ed. Willem A. VanGemeren; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1997).

1997. “Balaam: Oracles of,” in New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis (5 vols.; ed. Willem A. VanGemeren; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1997) 4.436- 37.

1997. “The Shekinah in the Copper Scroll: A New Reading of 3Q15 12.10,” in The Scrolls and the Scriptures: Qumran Fifty Years After (Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha, Supplement Series, 26; Roehampton Institute London Papers, 3; ed. Stanley E. Porter and Craig A. Evans; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997) 382-91.

1998. Abstracts of seven Latin articles (nos. 441, 694, 852, 877, 964, 1089, and 1113) in An Annotated Bibliography of 1 and 2 Thessalonians (New Testament Tools and Studies 24; ed. Jeffrey A. D. Weima and Stanley E. Porter; Leiden: Brill, 1998).

1998. “The Copper Scroll,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls after Fifty Years: A Comprehensive Assessment (2 vol.; ed. Peter W. Flint and James C. VanderKam; Leiden: Brill, 1998) 1.302-23.

1998. “Cross-Gender Imagery in the Bible,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 8 (1998) 217-228.

1998. “Job 32-37: Elihu as the Mouthpiece of God,” in Reading and Hearing the Word: From Text to Sermon. Essays in Honor of John H. Stek (ed. Arie C. Leder; Grand Rapids: CRC Publications, 1998) 107-123.

1999. “The Text of the Old Testament,” in The Face of Old Testament Studies. A Survey of Contemporary Approaches (ed. David W. Baker and Bill T. Arnold; Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 1999) 19-37.

1999“Semantic Borrowing and Inner-Greek Corruption in LXX Zechariah 11:8,” Journal of Biblical Literature 118 (1999) 685-690.*

1999“The Foundational Command: ‘Subdue the Earth!’” in Year of Jubilee, Cultural Mandate, Worldview (Study Pamphlet No. 382; ed. B. van der Walt; Potchefstroom: Institute for Reformational Studies, 1999) 27-34. [Previously available as ICS Academic Paper, 1978.]

1999 "Living the future now: the earthliness of our eschatalogical task" Convocation address held at Kosin University, Pusan, Korea, on March 3 and 4, 1999

2000. “Word Play in Zechariah,” in Puns and Pundits: Word Play in the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Literature (ed. Scott B.Noegel; Bethesda MD: CDL Press, 2000) 223-230.

2000.“Copper Scroll,” in Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls (2 vols.; eds. Lawrence H. Schiffman and James C. VanderKam; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000) 1.144-148.

2000. “Proverbs xxxi 10-31 as Heroic Hymn: A Form-Critical Analysis,” in Poetry in the Hebrew Bible. Selected Studies from Vetus Testamentum (ed. David E. Orton; Leiden: Brill, 2000) 186-197. [Previously published in 1988.]

2000. “Confessional Criticism and the Night Visions of Zechariah,” in Renewing Biblical Interpretation (Scripture and Hermeneutics Series, Vol. 1; ed. Craig Bartholomew, Colin Greene, and Karl Möller; Carlisle, UK: Paternoster Press/Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2000) 90-117.

2000. “Copper Scroll,” 500-word article in Dictionary of New Testament Background (ed. Craig A. Evans and Stanley E. Porter; Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2000).

2002 . “Metrological PRS-Terms from Ebla to Mishna,” Eblaitica 4 (ed. Cyrus H. Gordon and Gary A. Rendsburg; Winona Lake IN: Eisenbrauns, 2002) 223-241.

2002. “Zechariah 14: A Dialogue with the History of Interpretation,” Mid-America Journal of Theology 13 (2002) 39-56.

2002. Co-editor of A Royal Priesthood? The Use of the Bible Ethically and Politically: A Dialogue with Oliver O’Donovan (Scripture and Hermeneutics Series, Vol. 3; ed. Craig Bartholomew, Jonathan Chaplin, Robert Song, Al Wolters; Carlisle UK: Paternoster Press/Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2002).

2003. “The Importance of H. Evan Runner,” Comment 21.1 (2003) 20-26. Reprinted “Runner’s Impact on the Academy and Beyond: Personal Reflections,” Pro Rege 32 (2003) 1-7.

2003. “Palaeography and Literary Structure as Guides to Reading the Copper Scroll,” in Copper Scroll Studies (ed. George J. Brooke and Philip R. Davies; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002 [appeared 2003]) 311-333.

2004 . “A Semantic Study of α_θέvτης and its Derivatives,” Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 1 (2004) 145-175 (first published electronically in 2003).

2004. “Reading the Gospels Canonically: A Methodological Dialogue with Brevard Childs,” in Reading the Gospels Today (ed. Stanley E. Porter; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004) 179-192.

2004. Co-editor of Herman Dooyeweerd, Reformation and Scholasticism in Philosophy. Volume I: The Greek Prelude (trans. Ray Togtman; Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004). I served as editor of the extensive Greek quotations.

2005. “Zechariah 14 and Biblical Theology: Patristic and Contemporary Case Studies,” in Out of Egypt: Biblical Theology and Biblical Interpretation (Scripture and Hermeneutics Series, Vol. 5; ed. Craig Bartholomew et al.; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2004) 261-285.

2005 “What is to be done...toward a neocalvinist agenda?Comment (Oct. 14, 2005). Print edition, with responses, in Comment (Dec. 2005).


2005. Articles on “Metanarrative,” “Worldview,” and “Zechariah” in Dictionary of the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2005).

2005. Creation Regained (Second edition; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2005). (Additional chapter coauthored by Mike Goheen.)

2005. “Text and Textual Criticism” in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books (ed. Bill T. Arnold and H. G. M. Williamson; Downers Grove IL: InterVarsity Press, 2005) 954-960.

2006. “Mission and the Interpretation of Zechariah 8:20-23,” in That the World May Live. Essays on Mission and Unity in Honour of George Vandervelde (ed. Michael W. Goheen and Margaret O’Gara; Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2006) 1-13.

2006. Article on “Worldview” in New Dictionary of Christian Apologetics (Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2006) 758-62.

2006. “Neocalvinism... for Christian renewal: A comprehensive, ‘insider’ response,” Comment (June 2006) 58-62.

2006. Co-editor of Canon and Biblical Interpretation (Scripture and Hermeneutics Series, Vol. 7; ed. Craig G. Bartholomew, Scott Hahn, Robin Parry, Christopher Seitz, Al Wolters; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2006).

2007 “Copper Scroll” in New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible. Vol. 1 (Nashville: Abingdon, 2007).

2007. “The Messiah in the Qumran Documents,” in The Messiah in the Old and New Testaments (ed. Stanley E. Porter; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007) 75- 89.



Forthcoming


“The Cultic Terminology of the Copper Scroll,” Folia Orientalia.

No Longer Queen: The Theological Disciplines and Their Sisters.” Forthcoming in the last Scripture and Hermeneutics volume (Fall, 2007).

“Reading the Gospels Canonically: A Methodological Dialogue with Brevard Childs,” in the Proceedings of the 2002 Bingham Colloquium in New Testament at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario.

Appropriating Weltanschauung: On Jerusalem Speaking the Language of Athens.” Forthcoming in the proceedings of the 2004 Cornerstone conference on “After Worldview” (Dordt College Press).


‘The Whole Earth Remains at Peace’ (Zech 1:11): The Problem and an Intertextual Clue.” Invited contribution to a volume to be entitled Tradition in Transition, edited by Mark J. Boda and Michael H. Floyd (London: Continuum).

“IOYNIAN (Rom 16:7) and the Hebrew Name Yunnî.” Forthcoming in The Journal of Biblical Literature .


In Preparation

A volume on Zechariah for the Historical Commentary on the Old Testament (Leuven: Peeters).

A volume on the Copper Scroll for The Trinity Commentaries on the Dead Sea Scrolls (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

A volume on the Septuagint of Proverbs (Leiden: Brill).

Books

      

 

 


 

1975.  Our Place in the Philosophical Tradition (Toronto: Institute for Christian Studies, 1975). [booklet]

1984. Plotinus: “On Eros.” A Detailed Exegetical Study of Enneads III, 5 (Toronto: Wedge, 1984).

1985.  Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1985). Second edition 1988.

– Published in Britain as Creation Regained: A Transforming View of the World (Leicester: Inter-Varsity Press, 1986).

– Dutch translation published as Schepping zonder grens (Amsterdam: Buijten & Schipperheijn, 1988).

– Japanese translation published as Kirisutoja no Sekaikan. Souzou no Kaifuku (transl. Masuo Miyazaki; Hiroshima: Seikei Jusanjo Shuppanbu,1989).

– Afrikaans translation published as Die Skepping Herwin. Bybelse grondslae vir ’n Reformatoriese lewensbeskouing (Potchefstroom: Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir Christelik Hoër Onderwys, 1992).

– Korean translation published as Chang-cho Ta-rak Koo-sok (Seoul: Korea Inter- Varsity Press, 1992).

– Slovak translation published as Do Plnosti Stvorenia (Ostrava:1992).

– Republished in Britain as part of Biblical Classics Library (Carlisle UK: Paternoster Press, 1996).

–Russian translation published as Obnovlyennoe Tworyeniye (Kiev: Tsentr Prosvetitel’skikh Programm, 2002).

–Portuguese translation published in 2004.

– Spanish translation prepared in 2001 by Victor Morales. Not yet published.

1996. The Copper Scroll: Overview, Text and Translation (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996).

2001. The Song of the Valiant Woman: Studies in the Interpretation of Proverbs 31:10-31 (Carlisle UK: Paternoster Press).