Presentations, Publications, and Other News

November 15, 2023


Helene Dallaire, Ph.D. ’02

  • “From Edom to Jericho” in Explore the Gap online seminar, Jerusalem University College
  • “The Mixed Multitude”: (Gentiles) in the Messianic Movement at the Lausanne Consultation, Ft Lauderdale, FL

Jennifer Noonan, Ph.D. ’09

  • “Comprehensible Input: Theory and Rationale for Biblical Hebrew” at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting

Vadim Putzu, Ph.D. ’15

  • Roundtable, “Kabbalah Visualized, Ritualized, and Experienced: Lurianic Scrolls, Arboreal Diagrams, and Apotropaic Amulets” at the Association for Jewish Studies Annual Meeting

J. Michael Thigpen, Ph.D. ’14

  • “‘For My Own Sake I Do It’: Divine Self-Disclosure in the Motive Statements of Isaiah,” Institute for Biblical Research in conjunction with the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting


C. Hassell Bullock, Ph.D. ’70

  • Theology from the Psalms: The Story of God’s Steadfast Love. Ada, MI: Baker Academic, 2023.

Helene Dallaire, Ph.D. ’02

  • “Anti-Semitic Supersessionism: The Sharp Words that Deepened the Divide” in The Future Restoration of Israel. Edited by Stanley Porter and Alan E. Kurschner. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2023.

Kyle R. Greenwood, Ph.D. ’08 and David B. Schreiner

  • “An Army Like Goats: A Semantic and Zoological Reconsideration of 1 Kings 20:27.” Vetus Testamentum 73 (2023): 282–300.

Audrey R. Korotkin, Ph.D. ’18

  • “‘Reclaiming My Time’: The Orphan in Judaism Today.” The Reform Jewish Quarterly, Fall, 2022
  • “The Synagogue and Undocumented Immigrants,” CCAR Responsa Committee 5782.2. 
  • Essays in Prophetic Voices: Renewing and Reimagining Haftarah. Edited by Barbara A.B. Symons. New York: CCAR Press, 2023:
    • “A Place of Perfect Union.” Commentary on alternative Haftarah for Parashat Terumah from Song of Songs, Ch. 3.
    • “God as a Mother.” Commentary on traditional Haftarah for Parashat Eikev from Isaiah 49:14-51:3.
    • “God Takes You Back in Love.” Introduction from traditional Haftarah for Parashat Ki Teitzei from Isaiah 54:1-10.
    • “Wholeheartedly and Without Any Pressure.” Commentary on alternative Haftarah for Ki Teitzei from Nachmanides on Deuteronomy 21:13.
    • “To Walk in the Land of the Living.” Commentary on Psalm 27 as Haftarah for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

Tarsee Li, Ph.D. ’97

  • “2 Kings.” In E. Brasil de Souza, T. Li, J. A. Neto, D. Nam and K.S. Ha, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles, 2 Chronicles (Seventh-day Adventist International Bible Commentary, vol. 4). Pacific Press, 2022.
    • “The Prefix Conjugation in Daniel Revisited.” Pages 73-114 in Mallephana Rabba: Aramaic Studies in Honor of Edward M. Cook. Gorgias Press, 2023.

Michael C. Lyons, Ph.D. ’18

  • “A Famine Motif in the Book of Amos: Amos 8:11–14 and Ancient Near Eastern Innovations of Hunger, Drought, and Famine.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 33 (2023): 136–61.

Bernard H. Mehlman, DHL ’73 with Dr. Gabriel E. Padawer, translators

  • Martin Buber. The Way of Humanity According to Chasidic Teaching. New York: CCAR Press, 2023.

Jennifer E. Noonan, Ph.D. ’09

  • A Handbook of Second Language Acquisition for Biblical Studies: Insights of Modern Language Instruction for Teaching Biblical Languages. Wilmore, KY: GlossaHouse, 2022.

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Other News


Kyle and Karen Greenwood celebrated their 30th anniversary this past July.

PSGS Director Richard Sarason and Anne Arenstein are proud to announce the wedding of their son Yoni Sarason to Meredith Wilensky this past October.