Dr. Richard S. Hess

Old Testament Questions from the desk of Dr. Richard S. Hess

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Old Testament Questions is the online home of Dr. Richard S. Hess, Distinguished Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Denver Seminary. Ask questions, watch informative videos, and more.

Pastors and Teachers of the Bible:

Rick edits the Denver Journal; a free access journal that, along with reviews of many important books on all sorts of theological topics, includes two regularly updated English Language bibliographies of recommended Old Testament and New Testament books on various study topics (grammar, theology, history, etc.) and on recommended commentaries on every book in the Protestant Bible. Check it out!

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Who were the Nephilim (Genesis 6:1-4)?

What does the Bible, and especially the Old Testament, have to say about same-sex marriage relationships?

What Purpose do Elijah and Elisha Serve in the Books of 1 and 2 Kings?

When did the divine name, YHWH (perhaps pronounced as Yahweh) cease to be pronounced?

Book Review: The Epic of Eden

What relationship does the Serpent in Genesis 3 have to Satan?

Who is the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 52:13 – 52:12?

How should we evaluate the Old Testament’s history and reliability?  Can you provide an example from Moses and his family as far as historicity is concerned?

Exclusive or Inclusive?

What is the Origin of the Term, Messiah?

Some Reflections on Genesis 1-3 and a Critique of an Egalitarian Interpretation

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