Moisés Silva

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American biblical scholar

Why Is Moisés Silva Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Moisés Silva is a Cuban-born American biblical scholar and translator. Biography Silva was born in Havana, Cuba, and has lived in the US since 1960. He has taught biblical studies at Westmont College , Westminster Theological Seminary , and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary , where he was the Mary French Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament until his retirement. A past president of the Evangelical Theological Society , Silva for many years had been an ordained minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He served as a translator of the New American Standard Bible, the New Living Translation , the English Standard Version and the Nueva Versión Internacional, and as a New Testament consultant for Eugene Peterson's The Message. He has also authored or coauthored several books and articles, including a highly acclaimed commentary on Philippians; Invitation to the Septuagint ; God, Language, and Scripture; Has the Church Misread the Bible?; and An Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics . He is editor of the second edition of the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis , formerly edited by Colin Brown. He currently resides in Litchfield, Michigan, where he continues his work as an author and editor.

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