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Markus Zehnder

Markus Zehnder is professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Talbot School of Theology (California), professor II at Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole (Norway), and visiting professor at the ETF Leuven (Belgium). He earned his PhD at the University of Basel, where he also got his Habilitation, and completed postdoctoral studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University. He has published on various topics, especially related to the fields of biblical Hebrew and biblical ethics.

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Biblical Ethics

Tensions Between Justice and Mercy, Law and Love
ISBN: 978-1-4632-3945-9
Biblical theology is confronted with tensions between love and justice. There are sometimes attempts to avoid these tensions by dissolving one side of the opposing concept. One such attempt is to identify love and mercy as the essence of Christian theology, overcoming law and reciprocal justice. However, such a dissolution is irresponsible not only ethically, but also theologically—as the discussion in a number of the studies collected in the present volume will demonstrate.

New Studies in the Book of Isaiah

Essays in Honor of Hallvard Hagelia
Edited by Markus Zehnder
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0356-6
This volume contains twelve articles that shed new light on the Book of Isaiah, covering a wide array of historical, linguistic and theological topics. The various aspects of God’s intervention at different points of human history is a main focus of the studies. The collection is marked by a broad diversity in approaches and theological background, and is a useful tool especially for scholars, students and pastors.