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Dr Nicholas Lunn

Member of Wycliffe Bible Translators/SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics). UK office


PhD (LST, 2004), BA, MA (University of Manchester)
Member of Wycliffe Bible Translators/SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics). UK office
Publications: ‘Patterns in the Old Testament Metanarrative: Human Attempts to Fulfil Divine Promises’, Westminster Journal of Theology (Fall 2010); ‘Jesus, the Ark, and the Day of Atonement: Intertextual Echoes in John 19:38-20:18’, The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52.4 (Dec 2009); ‘Parables of the Lost? Rhetorical Structure and the Section Headings of Luke 15’, The Bible Translator 60.3 (July 2009); ‘The Last Words of Jacob and Joseph: A Rhetorico-Structural Analysis of Genesis 49:29-33 and 50:24-26’, Tyndale Bulletin 59.2 (2008); Word-Order Variation in Biblical Hebrew Poetry, Paternoster Biblical Monograph, Paternoster Press (2006); The New Testament in the Tharaka Language, Bible Translation & Literacy, Kenya (2001) [jointly with Stephen Kithinji and John Nguű]; ‘Punishment in 2 Peter 2:9’, Notes on Translation (a journal of Wycliffe Bible Translators), Volume 12.2 (1998); ‘Paronomastic Constructions in Biblical Hebrew’, Notes on Translation (a journal of Wycliffe Bible Translators), Volume 10.4 (1996)

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Terry Garde - Kenya Fieldwork Diary
Flora and the OCMS family
Usha Reifsnider
Interfaith and International Vigil for Peace
Worku Mohammed
Anonymous Student - This student wishes to remain anonymous due to the sensitive situation he currently works in

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