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A Few Words About Me
David Emanuel gave up a successful career in computing and telecommunications to pursue his interest in Hebrew Bible at the Hebrew University. Whilst at the university, he spent two valuable years at the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls. In that time, he managed their website and online discussion group, conducted research for their online bibliography, and provided technical support for their local computer network. Additionally, he worked for three years as a Research Assistant, where his primary duties were to edit articles for the Encyclopaedia Aethiopica, an encyclopaedia devoted to providing relatively detailed information on all aspects of Ethiopian society: history, languages, religions, food, wildlife, politics etc. David has now completed his Ph.D at the Hebrew University’s Bible department. His dissertation falls within the fields of Inner-biblical Interpretation and Biblical Hebrew Poetry. It specifically addresses the psalmist’s use of the Exodus motif. In 2008 after eleven years of study, David returned to the United Kingdom. He currently works part time for Tyndale House (Cambridge University) on a Bible mapping project, amalgamating both his biblical and computing background. His present research interests are: Inner-biblical Interpretation, Hebrew Poetry, and Biblical Interpretation at Qumran. In his copious free time David is studying for a qualification in technical communications, and also sits on the Board of a non-profit organization.
2008 Ph.D at the Hebrew University’s Bible department 2002 MA – The Bible and it World: Hebrew University, Jerusalem 1998 Certificate – Messianic Studies: Israel College of the Bible, Jerusalem. 1997 M.Sc. – Computer Science: University of London 1995 Diploma – Computer Science: Open University 1982 High School Certificates: Beech Hill High School