The Rev. Dr. John E. Harvey

The Rev. Dr. John E. Harvey

Course Supervisor School of Theology

Contact Information

Thorneloe University at Laurentian
935 Ramsey Lake Rd
Sudbury ON P3E 2C6
705.673.1730, 104

In addition to various courses concerning the spiritual life, I have taught many courses in Biblical studies. I have a PhD from St. Michael’s University College (on the University of Toronto campus).

Books

  • John E. Harvey, Retelling the Torah. The Deuteronomistic Historian’s Use of Tetrateuchal Narratives (T & T Clark) 2004.
  • ___________, Joyce Rilett Wood, Mark Leuchter (eds.), From Babel to Babylon: Essays on Biblical History and Literature in Honour of Brian Peckham (LHBOTS 445; New York/London: T & T Clark International/Continuum) 2006.
  • ___________, Born Again and Beyond (Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books) 2013.
  • ___________, Purity of Heart (forthcoming)

Articles

  • John E. Harvey, “Tendenz and Textual Criticism in 1 Samuel 2–10,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 96 (2001) 71-81.
  • _______________, “Eli Failing Aaron.” In From Babel to Babylon: Essays on Biblical History and Literature in Honour of Brian Peckham, ed. Joyce Rilett Wood, John E. Harvey, Mark Leuchter, 56-63 (LHBOTS 445. New York/London: T & T Clark International/Continuum) 2006.
  • _______________, “The Structure of the Deuteronomistic History,” Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 20 (2006) 237-58.
  • _______________, “Jehoiachin and Joseph: Hope at the Close of the DtrH.” In The Bible as a Human Witness to Divine Revelation: Hearing the Word of God Through Historically Dissimilar Traditions, ed. Randall Heskett and Brian Irwin, 69-75 (LHBOTS 469; New York/London: T & T Clark International/Continuum) 2010.

Title: A Response to: “Ten Tribes” (by Gary Knoppers)
Date: October 10, 2002 Occasion: Society of Biblical Literature Regional Meeting
Place: Taylor Seminary, Edmonton

Title: “The Structure of the Deuteronomistic History”
Date: May 26, 2002 Occasion: Canadian Society of Biblical Studies Conference
Place: Wycliffe College, Toronto

Title: “Tendenz and Textual Criticism in 1 Samuel 2–10”
Date: May 13, 2001 Occasion: Society of Biblical Literature Pacific Conference
Place: University of Alberta, Edmonton

Title: “The Deuteronomistic Historian’s Inversion of Stories in Genesis”
Date: September 26, 1996 Occasion: The Toronto School of Theology Biblical Colloquium
Place: Wycliffe College, Toronto

Title: “Jeroboam I as a Second-Moses Gone Awry”
Date: May 26, 1996 Occasion: Learned Societies Conference
Place: Brock University, St. Catharines

Title: A Response to: “And Much Cattle?! Prophetic Passions and the End of Jonah”
Date: March 9, 1996 Occasion: Annual Conference of The Society for Pentecostal Studies
Place: Wycliffe College, Toronto

Title: “The Songs of Hannah and Anna: 1 Sam. 2:1-10, the Masoretic Text, and Codex Vaticanus”
Date: October 6, 1994
Occasion: The Toronto School of Theology Biblical Colloquium Place: Wycliffe College, Toronto


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