Michael Heiser

Michael Heiser

Michael S. Heiser (M.A., Ancient History, University of Pennsylvania; M.A., Ph.D., Hebrew Bible and Semitic Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison) taught at the college level for twelve years before accepting a position at Logos Bible Software with a focus on producing ancient text databases and other digital resources for study of the ancient world and biblical studies. He is now the Scholar-in-Residence at Logos and a regular contributor to parent company Faithlife’s Bible Study Magazine. He has published widely in scholarly journals and popular periodicals and teaches ancient languages online at MEMRA.

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Intertextuality Over Tradition: Three Examples of How Letting Scripture Interpret Scripture Helps Us See the Theological Goals of the New Testament Writers

The “Naked Bible” brand is so named because of the value placed on interpreting the Bible in its own contexts, not by means of Jewish or Christian traditions or denominations, however laudable those may be. One important context for interpreting Scripture apart from post-biblical traditions involves observing how biblical writers utilized the content of other […]

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