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Publications

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Books:

Kynes, Will. My Psalm Has Turned into Weeping: Job’s Dialogue with the Psalms. BZAW 437. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012.

Dell, Katharine and Will Kynes, eds. Reading Job Intertextually. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 574. New York: T&T Clark, 2013.

Dell, Katharine and Will Kynes, eds. Reading Ecclesiastes Intertextually. Edited by Katharine J. Dell and Will Kynes. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies. New York: T&T Clark, 2014.

Articles:

Kynes, Will. “Follow Your Heart and Do Not Say It Was a Mistake: Qoheleth’s Allusions to Numbers 15 and the Story of the Spies.” Pages 15–27 in Reading Ecclesiastes Intertextually. Edited by Katharine Dell and Will Kynes. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 587. New York: T&T Clark, 2014.

Kynes, Will. “Intertextuality: Method and Theory in Job and Psalm 119.” Pages 201–13 in Biblical Interpretation and Method: Essays in Honour of John Barton. Edited by Katharine J. Dell and Paul M. Joyce. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Kynes, Will. “The Trials of Job: Re-litigating Job’s ‘Good Case’ in Christian Interpretation.” Scottish Journal of Theology 66 (2013): 174–91.

Kynes, Will. “Job and Isaiah 40–55: Intertextualities in Dialogue.” Pages 94–105 in Reading Job Intertextually. Edited by Katharine J. Dell and Will Kynes. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 574. New York: T&T Clark, 2013.

Kynes, Will. “Lament Personified: Job in the Bedeutungsnetz of Psalm 22.” Pages 34–48 in Spiritual Complaint: Theology and Practice of Lament. Edited by Tim Bulkeley and Miriam Bier. Eugene, Oreg.: Wipf & Stock, 2013.

Kynes, Will. “God, Justice, and Society: An Overview.” Political Theology 14 (2013): 589–601.

Kynes, Will. “Beat Your Parodies into Swords, and Your Parodied Books into Spears: A New Paradigm for Parody in the Hebrew Bible.” Biblical Interpretation 19 (2011): 276–310.

Forthcoming

Kynes, Will. “Reading Job Following the Psalms.” In The Shape of the Ketuvim: History, Contoured Intertextuality, and Canon. Edited by Julius Steinberg and Tim Stone. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, projected for publication in 2014.

“The Nineteenth-Century Beginnings of ‘Wisdom Literature’ and Its Twenty-first-Century End?” In Angles on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar. Edited by John Jarick. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies. New York: T&T Clark, forthcoming.

“The Modern Scholarly Wisdom Tradition and the Threat of Pan-sapientialism: A Case Report” In Is There a Wisdom Tradition? Edited by Mark Sneed. Ancient Israel and Its Literature. Atlanta: SBL, forthcoming.

“Satan.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology. Edited by Samuel Balentine, Clifton Black, Katharine Dell, Andreas Schuele, and Jerry Sumney. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming (2,000 words).

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