Dr. Kimmo Huovila holds a Ph.D. in Old Testament from the South African Theological Seminary and a master’s degree from the University of Helsinki, majoring in general linguistics and minoring in classical Greek language and literature and Semitic languages and cultures. He has also completed studies in mathematics, pedagogy, and computer science at the University of Helsinki.
Prof. Dan Lioy (Ph.D., North-West University) holds several faculty appointments. He is a senior research academic at the South African Theological Seminary; a professor of biblical theology at the Institute of Lutheran Theology (in South Dakota); and a dissertation advisor in the semiotics, church, and culture DMIN program at Portland Seminary (part of George Fox University in Oregon). His areas of specialization include OT and NT Exegesis, OT and NT Theology, OT and NT Hermeneutics, Hebrew, and Greek.
Keywords: Ecclesiastes, coherence, judgment, afterlife, joy
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