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Matthew Lynch

Assistant Professor of Old Testament
MATS (Regent College), ThM (Regent College), PhD (Emory University)

Matthew spent the final year of his doctoral studies in Göttingen, Germany, remaining there as a postdoctoral researcher for another year following the completion of his PhD. He was subsequently hired at the Westminster Theological Centre in the UK, serving for seven years there in roles including Dean of Studies, Academic Dean, and Lecturer in Old Testament. During this time, he also lectured at Nashotah House and Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. He is the author of First Isaiah and the Disappearance of the Gods (Eisenbrauns), Portraying Violence in the Hebrew Bible: A Literary and Cultural Study (Cambridge, 2020), and Monotheism and Institutions in the Book of Chronicles: Temple, Priesthood, and Kingship in Post-Exilic Perspective (Mohr Siebeck, 2014). He also has a forthcoming volume entitled Flood and Fury: Engaging Old Testament Violence (IVP). Matthew is a founder and co-host of the OnScript podcast. He is married with two children.

Areas of expertise

  • Violence in the Hebrew Bible
  • Monotheism
  • Isaiah

Media & Publications

  • Flood and Fury: Engaging Old Testament Violence (forthcoming) Book Publication
  • First Isaiah and the Disappearance of the Gods Book Publication
  • Portraying Violence in the Hebrew Bible: A Literary and Cultural Study Book Publication
  • Monotheism and Institutions in the Book of Chronicles: Temple, Priesthood, and Kingship in Post-Exilic Perspective Book Publication
  • The Discipleship Course: Discovering What it Means to Follow Jesus (with Lucy Peppiatt) Book Publication
  • OnScript Podcast (Host) Podcast

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