Dr. Mark Gignilliat

Mark Gignilliat teaches Hebrew, Old Testament Exegesis, and Biblical Theology at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. His research interests include the relationship between the testaments and between exegesis and Christian dogmatics. Before joining the faculty at Beeson, he taught at Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford. Gignilliat published Paul and Isaiahs Servants in 2007, Karl Barth and the Fifth Gospel: Barths Theological Exegesis of Isaiah in 2009 and contributed to Evangelicals and the Nicene Faith (Baker 2011) . He is author of A Brief History of Old Testament Criticism, scheduled to be released by Zondervan in summer 2012. He has published articles in Scottish Journal of Theology, Horizons in Biblical Theology, Westminster Theological Journal, Biblica, The Journal for Theological Interpretation, Zeitschrift fr die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, and International Journal of Systematic Theology. Before doctoral studies, he was youth director at North Hills Community Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Gignilliat and his wife, Naomi, have three sons

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Conditions on Prophetic Passages

Why does God sometimes put conditions on his prophecies?

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Looking Forward to the General Resurrection

Since we know our suffering will end when we die and our souls go to heaven, why should we look forward to the general resurrection?

Topics: Last Days

Inspiration of the OT Prophets

Did the Holy Spirit dictate prophecies to the Old Testament prophets, or did he work through and with their personalities and perspectives?

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