The Rev Dr Dan Wu
Dan is married to Chrissie and they have three sons, Liam, Archie and Harry. He joined the Moore College faculty in 2013, and teaches in Old Testament and Biblical Languages.
Dan loves seeing people grow in their understanding of and passion for Jesus, and loves being involved in training people to serve God in the world. His doctoral research explored the relationship of honour, shame and guilt in the Bible, focussing on the book of Ezekiel.
He also loves fishing, all forms of footy, fishing, basketball, and fishing.
2016 Honor, Shame and Guilt: Social-Scientific Approaches to the Book of Ezekiel (BBRSup; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, Forthcoming)
‘The Role of Lament in the Shape of the Psalter’, in Finding Lost Words: The Church’s Right to Lament (ed. G. Harper and K. Barker; ACTMS; Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, Forthcoming)
‘Honour Your Father and Your Mother: Culture, Covenant, Canon and the Fifth Commandment’, presented at the Tyndale Conference (London, Jul 2016) [also presented at Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting (Atlanta, Nov 2015)]
2013 ‘The Psalms and Perplexity’, pages 230-51 in Stirred by a Noble Theme: The Book of Psalms in the Life of the Church (ed. Andrew Shead; Nottingham: Apollos, 2013)
2012 ‘Ezekiel’s use of kavod: Semantics as Gateways to Concept Spheres in Response to Historical-Critical and Social-Scientific Approaches to Biblical Studies’, presented at Fellowship of Biblical Studies Meeting (Jun 2012)
‘Review of Dictionary of Old Testament: Prophets’, Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament 1/1: 117-19
2011 ‘Emics & Etics: A Fresh Approach to Social-Scientific Criticism of the Bible’, presented at Society of Biblical Literature/Institute for Biblical Research Annual Meeting (San Francisco, Nov 2011)
2010 ‘The Place of Romans 7 in the Argument of Paul’s letter to the Romans’, Churchman 124/4: 343-56
Honour, shame and guilt in the Bible, ministry, mission, theology and culture
The book of Proverbs
Canonical Shaping of the book of Psalms
Complementarianism and Egalitarianism in ministry patterns and relationships