Dr. Anne Davis is a professor of Biblical Studies who enjoys working with graduate students to nurture their love of Scripture and to enhance their skills for exploring its depth and richness. She writes: "The passion of my life is searching the Scriptures for the infinite nature of God and the relationship with those He loves. I am always pursuing some biblical topic that catches by curiosity (like the little monkey, Curious George). The resulting research invariably shapes my college lectures and ultimately leads to publication."
Current Career Activity:
Executive Director of BibleInteract, Inc.
Professor of Biblical Studies, Trinity Southwest University, Albuquerque, NM.
Author, Lecturer, Speaker.
“Israel’s Inheritance: Birthright of the Firstborn Son,” Chafer Seminary Journal 13/1 (2008): 79-94.
“Allegorically Speaking in Galatians 4:31-5:1,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 14/2 (2004): 161-174.
Numerous papers presented to the Society of Biblical Literature including
“Divorce and the New Testament: Midrash in Matthew 19:3-12,” Paper presented at SBL Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2006: "The Birth of Biblical Israel," Paper presented at SBL International Meeting, Capetown, South Africa, 2000.
Ph.D., M.A. Trinity Southwest University
M.A. San Diego State University
B.A. Connecticut College
Saturday, August 27. Alamagordo, TX
Sunday, August 28. Pampa, TX
Monday-Wednesday, August 29-31. Abilene, TX
Thursday, September 1. Midland, TX
Saturday, September 3. El Paso, TX
Sunday, September 4. Roswell, TX
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