D. Nathan Phinney
Dean of the College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences; Associate Professor of Biblical Studies
Ph.D., Old Testament, Yale University Graduate School, May 2004
M.Phil., Old Testament, Yale University Graduate School, May 2001
M.A., Old Testament, Yale University Graduate School, May 1999
M.A.R., Bible Concentrate, Yale University Divinity School, May 1997
B.A., summa cum laude, Biblical Studies, Taylor University (IN), May 1990
Recent Scholarly Work
Publications "Call/Commission Narratives" in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets. Edited by J. Gordon McConville and Mark J. Boda. Downers Grove, Ill.: Intervarsity Press, forthcoming 2010.
"Portraying Prophetic Experience and Tradition in Ezekiel," in Thus says the LORD: Essays in Honor of Robert Wilson. Edited by John Ahn. London: T & T Clark, forthcoming 2009.
"Ezekiel, Book of" in The Dictionary of Early Judaism. Edited by John J. Collins and Daniel Harlow. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
"Zechariah and Ezekiel: Life Writing in the Hebrew Bible," in Tradition in Transition. Edited by Mark J. Boda and Michael H. Floyd. London: T & T Clark, 2008.
"The Prophetic Objection in Ezekiel 4:14 and Its Relation to Ezekiel's Call," in Vetus Testamentum 55:1 (April 2005). Papers Presented "Memory in Exile: The Function and Meaning of Memory in Ezekiel 8-11," presented at the national meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, Boston, MA, November 2008.
"The Representation of Prophetic Intermediation and the Book of Ezekiel," presented at the Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society meeting, March 23, 2006. "Ezekiel's Prophetic Objection," presented at the "Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel" section of the Society of Biblical Literature, Houston, Texas, November 2004.
My wife Janelle and I live just south of Malone's campus and frequently can be found taking walks in the neighborhood. In addition to my work at Malone, I do find time for a few hobbies. I enjoy running and golf, both ball golf and disc golf. I also enjoy taking on large home remodeling projects. We have a son, William.