Associate Professor of Religion
Nathan Daily joined the faculty at Heritage Christian University in 2008 and teaches courses in Hebrew Bible, New Testament, and Christian Theology. His research interests include form-critical method, literary-critical approaches to biblical texts, biblical theology, and reading the Hebrew Bible within its ancient Near Eastern context. Presently, he is conducting research on the interpretation of pentateuchal literature, especially the book of Numbers.
Ph.D. (in progress), Religion (Hebrew Bible), Claremont Graduate University
M.A., Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, Brandeis University, 2006
M.A., Old Testament, Harding School of Theology, 2004
M.Div., Harding School of Theology, 2004
B.A., Bible, Freed-Hardeman University, 1999
“A Day of Devastation, A Day of Restoration: A Theological Reading of Obadiah and Zephaniah,” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Scholars Conference. Nashville, Tenn., June 03, 2010.
“Where You will Go, I will Go: The Theology of Ruth in Canonical Context.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Scholars Conference. Nashville, Tenn., June 25, 2009.