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Andrea Saner in the news:
Andrea Saner is Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Language. Before coming to EMU in 2013, Andrea received a Ph.D. in Old Testament from the Durham University in Durham, England, and her dissertation is entitled, “YHWH, the Trinity, and the Literal Sense: Theological Interpretation of Exod. 3:13–15.” Her research interests include theological interpretation, history of interpretation, and Pentateuch/Torah.
Ph.D., Durham University, 2013
M.A.T.S., Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, 2008
B.A., Messiah College, 2005
“‘YHWH is a Warrior’ Reevaluated (Exodus 15:3).” In Struggles for Shalom: Peace and Violence Across the Testaments. Edited by Laura L. Brenneman and Brad D. Schantz. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, forthcoming 2014.
“A Sacramental Believers Church: Pilgram Marpeck and the (Un)mediated Presence of God.” Pages 223-36 in New Perspectives on Believers Church Ecclesiology. Winnipeg: Canadian Mennonite University Press, 2010.
“Two Witnesses, Providentially Ordered: Hermeneutics and Canon in the Writings of Pilgram Marpeck.” Mennonite Quarterly Review 83 (Oct 2009): 603–17.
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