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Wisdom, Science and the Scriptures: Essays in Honour of Ernest Lucas

British Baptist Scholars (3) Ernest C. Lucas

Akkadian prophecies, omens and myths as background for Daniel chapters 7-12 (Ph.D)—University of Liverpool, 1989

1986-1994 Education Director, Institute for Contemporary Christianity

1994-2012 Tutor in Biblical Studies, Bristol Baptist College

2010- Research Fellow, University of Bristol


'The Origin of Daniel's Four Empires Scheme Re-examined', Tyndale Bulletin 40.2 (1989)

Science and the New Age Challenge (Apollos, 1996)

(ed.), Christian healing: what can we believe? (Lynx, 1997)

'Science, Wisdom, Eschatology and the Cosmic Christ' in K. E.  Brower and M. K. Elliot (eds.), The Reader Must Understand: Eschatology in Bible and Theology (Apollos, 1997)

'The New Testament teaching on the environment', Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 16.3 (July 1999)

Decoding Daniel: Reclaiming the Visions of Daniel 7-11 (Grove Books, 2000)

Can we believe Genesis today?: the Bible and the questions of science (IVP, 2001)

Daniel. Apollos Old Testament Commentary (Apollos, 2002)

Exploring the Old Testament: The Psalms and wisdom literature (SPCK, 2003)

Ezekiel: A Bible Commentary for Every Day (Bible Reading Fellowship, 2003)

'A Statue, a Fiery Furnace and a Dismal Swamp: A Reflection on Some Issues in Biblical Hermeneutics', Evangelical Quarterly 77.4 (2005)

'Science and the Bible: Are They Incompatible?', Science and Christian Belief 17 (2005)

'Daniel' in Kevin Vanhoozer et al (eds.), Theological Interpretation of the Old Testament (Baker, 2008)

'Wisdom Theology' in T. Longman III and P. Enns (eds.), Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry and Writings (IVP, 2008)

with Michael Pfunder, Think God, Think Science: Conversations on Life, the Universe and Faith (Paternoster, 2009)

'Daniel, Book of' in M.J. Boda and J.G. McConville (eds.), Dictionary of Old Testament Prophets (IVP, 2012)

Proverbs (Two Horizons Old Testament Commentary; Eerdmans, 2015)


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