David M. Hay

Present position
David Hay has recently retired from his position as Joseph E. McCabe Professor of Religion, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

He can be contacted at
Prof. D. M. Hay
1428 Airline Road
McDonough, GA 30252
Email: haydavid@bellsouth.net


Curriculum vitae

Education
Duke University: B. A., 1957 (majors: philosophy and psychology).
Yale University: B. D., 1960; M. A., 1962; Ph.D. in New Testament, 1965.
University of Tübingen, 1963-64.

Teaching positions
Princeton Theological Seminary: Instructor (1964-66) and Assistant Professor of New Testament (1966-71); Visiting Professor of New Testament for Summer School 1986.
Coe College: Assistant Professor (1971-74), Associate Professor (1974-83), McCabe Professor of Religion (1983-present); College Chaplain, 1972-81; Chairman of Department of Philosophy and Religion 1987-present.

Professional memberships and activities
Society of Biblical Literature (1961 to present); Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (1985 to present); co-chairman of Philo of Alexandria Seminar 1988-94)
Associate Editor, Studia Philonica Annual (1988-91); Chairman of the Editorial Board of Studia Philonica, with primary responsibility for editing the Studia Philonica Monograph Series (since 1991);
member of Editorial Board of the Journal of Biblical Literature (1988-93).

Research Interests
His research interests include Philo of Alexandria (especially Philo's knowledge of other Jewish exegetes and his treatise De Vita Contemplativa) and the general area of Christian origins (especially the Letter to the Colossians and Pauline conceptions of faith). He is preparing commentaries on Colossians and De Vita Contemplativa .

Major Publications

Book

  • Glory at the Right Hand: Ps. 110 in the Early Church, Society of Biblical Literature Monograph Series 18 (Nashville: Abingdon 1973).

Volumes edited

  • Both Literal and Allegorical: Studies in Philo of Alexandria's Questions and Answers on Genesis and Exodus  (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991).
  • Heirs of the Septuagint: Philo, Hellenistic Judaism, and Early Christianity: Festschrift for Earle Hilgert, = Studia Philonica Annual 3 1991 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) (co-edited with David Runia and David Winston).
  • Pauline Theology, Volume II: 1 & 2 Corinthians (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993) and Volume III: Romans  (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1995) (co-edited with E. Elizabeth Johnson).

Essays

  • 'Interpretation, History of: NT Interpretation of the OT.' The Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible, Supplementary Volume (1976), 443-446.
  • 'Philo's References to Other Allegorists.' Studia Philonica 6 (1979-80) 41-76.
  • 'The Psychology of Faith in Hellenistic Judaism.' Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt II.20.2 (BerlinNew York 1987) 881-925.
  • 'Pistis as 'Ground for Faith' in Hellenized Judaism and Paul.' Journal of Biblical Literature 108 (1989) 461-76.
  • 'Moses through New Testament Spectacles.' Interpretation 44 (1990) 240-52.
  • 'Philo's View of Himself as an Exegete: Inspired, but not Authoritative.' in Heirs of the Septuagint: Philo, Hellenistic Judaism, and Early Christianity: Festschrift for Earle Hilgert (= Studia Philonica Annual 3 (1991), Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) 40-52.
  • 'The Shaping of Theology in 2 Corinthians: Convictions, Doubts, and Warrants', 1990 SBL Seminar Paper: 257-272; revised version in Pauline Theology, Volume II: 1 & 2 Corinthians (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993) 135-55.
  • 'Things Philo Said and Did Not Say about the Therapeutae', 1992 SBL Seminar Papers 673-83.


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