Wilson, Andrew

Dr. Andrew Wilson is Professor of Scriptural Studies at the Unification Theological Seminary. He holds a Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible from Harvard University, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

How Can the Religions of the World Be Unified? Interdisciplinary Essays in Honor of David S. C. Kim
1987 0-88946-713-7


Nations in Deutero-Isaiah. A Study on Composition and Structure
1986 0-88946-086-8
A study of Deutero-Isaiah's controversial attitude toward the nations: some find a theology of mission in Isaiah 40-55, while others claim that the prophet was an extreme nationalist. Discusses the place of the nations in Deutero-Isaiah from four perspectives using an eclectic blend of rhetorical and form criticism called compositional analysis.

The Problem of Circumcision: Sexual, Social, and Theological Issues
2018 1-4955-0691-6
Dr. Wilson postulates that Jesus, the Second Adam, should have not been circumcised. This leads to a detailed analysis of biblical history, beginning with Abraham and continuing with Judah and Tamar, Moses and Zipporah, even Jesus' family, looking at the context in which circumcision arose and how it might have been possible to end that practice prior to Jesus' advent.