Dr. Paul V. Niskanen
Assistant Professor of Theology
Courses taught in Spring 2014
Courses taught in Summer 2014
Ph.D., Biblical Studies (Old Testament), Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California, 2001
The Human and the Divine in History: Herodotus and the Book of Daniel. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 396; London/New York: T & T Clark International, 2004.
Ezekiel, Daniel (coauthored with Corrine Patton; New Collegeville Bible Commentary Series; Collegeville: Liturgical Press, forthcoming).
“Yhwh as Father, Redeemer, and Potter in Isaiah 63:7—64:11” forthcoming in Catholic Biblical Quarterly.
“Kingdoms, Dominions, and the Reign of God in the Book of Daniel” in The Bible Today (November/December 2004).
“Daniel’s Portrait of Antiochus IV: Echoes of a Persian King” in Catholic Biblical Quarterly 66 (July 2004) 378-386.
“The Last Words of Jesus” in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 102 (March 2002) 23-25.
“YHWH as Father, Go’el, and Potter in Isaiah 63:7-64:11”
“God as Father in Isaiah 63-64”
“Agents of God’s Kingdom”
“The Kingdom of God in the Book of Daniel”
“Historical and Literary Reflections on Daniel 11”
“The Death of Antiochus IV in the Book of Daniel”
“Daniel and Herodotus”
Catholic Biblical Association of America (1996-present)