Vol. 2, No. 2 (September 2002): Pharaoh’s Hardened Heart

 

General Editors
William Wesley Elkins, Drew University
Kurt Anders Richardson, McMaster University

Guest Editors
Brantley Craig, University of Virginia
Dov Nelkin, University of Virginia

Managing Editor
Willie Young, Loyola College in Maryland

Founding Editor
Peter Ochs, University of Virginia

Introductions

Editor’s Preface: Home Is Where the Heart Is
William Wesley Elkins, Drew University

Editors’ Introduction
Brantley Craig, University of Virginia
Dov Nelkin, University of Virginia

Articles

Pharaoh’s Hardened Heart: Cruel and Unusual Punishment and Covenantal Ethics
Shaul Magid, Jewish Theological Seminary

Pharaoh’s Hardened Heart: Some Christian Readings
Stanley Hauerwas, Duke Divinity School

“I am Your Lord Most High”: Pharaoh and the Sin of Hubris in the Qur’an
Vincent J. Cornell, University of Arkansas

Responses

Widening the Web of Reasoning: Editors’ Introduction to the Responses
Brantley Craig, University of Virginia
Dov Nelkin, University of Virginia

The Mover Who is Moved: Pharaoh’s Willful Forgetfulness and the Hardening of God’s Heart
Basit B. Koshul, University of Virginia

Denying the Undeniable: Pharaoh and the Signs of God
Ahmed Afzaal, Drew University

Blessing and Curse Inside and Outside the Covenant
Willie Young, Loyola College in Maryland

The “Hearts” of Exodus
William Wesley Elkins, The Theological School, Drew University

Is the Scriptural Reasoner’s Heart Hardened or Warm?
Peter Ochs, University of Virginia

Comments on “Pharaoh’s Hardened Heart”
Kris Lindbeck, Trinity University

Pharaoh’s Hardened Heart
Daniel W. Hardy, University of Cambridge

The Hardness of Extrication: Narratival Interpretation of the Moses/Pharaoh/God Encounter
Kurt Anders Richardson, McMaster University

(Pro)claiming Forgiveness as a Right: Commentary on Magid’s Paper
Dov Nelkin, University of Virginia

Response to Shaul Magid and Stanley Hauerwas
Stephen Fowl, Loyola College in Maryland

Response to Magid, Hauerwas, and Koshul
David Ford, Cambridge University

Response to Magid and Hauerwas
Robert Gibbs, University of Toronto

Meeting Report

Pharaoh’s Heart, Divine Justice, and the Reading of Scripture:
A Report on the 2000 Meeting of the National Society for Scriptural Reasoning

Dov Nelkin, University of Virginia