Dr. Wilson de Angelo Cunha is Professor of Old Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary. He taught at LeTourneau University for ten years before joining CTS in 2022. He is passionate about helping students encounter God anew in the pages of Scripture. His publications include LXX Isaiah 24:1–26:6 as Interpretation and Translation: A Methodological Discussion (SBL Press, 2014) and Isaiah and Intertextuality: Isaiah Amid Israel’s Scriptures (co-edited; Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming). He is currently writing a commentary on Genesis for the Kregel Exegetical Library series and co-editing A Commentary on the Old Testament Use of the Old Testament with Baker. Some of his publications have appeared in the Journal of Biblical Literature, Biblica, Bibliotheca Orientalis, and Calvin Theological Journal. He often reads papers at the Society of Biblical Literature and the Institute for Biblical Research, where he co-chairs the Isaiah study group. He is an Old Testament editor for Religions and co-directs the Master of Theology Program at Calvin Theological Seminary. He is also a Minister of the Word in the Christian Reformed Church in North America, and he enjoys preaching and teaching in ecclesiastical settings.
Wilson is married to Katie, and they have three wonderful children, plus two birds. He loves coaching soccer, reading, hiking, and entertaining guests.
Biblical Hebrew I and II
The Mission of God in the Old Testament
Old Testament Backgrounds
Introduction to Biblical Interpretation
Psalms and Wisdom Literature
Seeing the Bible through Ancient Art: Iconography and the Old Testament
Creation and Cosmology: An Interdisciplinary Approach (co-taught with a Physics Professor)
The Book of Isaiah and Its Reception in Early Judaism
Blog and Forum Contributions
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LXX Isaiah 24:1–26:6 as Interpretation and Translation: A Methodological Discussion (SBL Press, 2014)
Isaiah and Intertextuality: Isaiah Amid Israel’s Scriptures (co-edited; Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming)