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Erin Heim, PhD

Erin Heim, PhD

Assistant Professor of New Testamentoffice: 303.357.5896

Assistant Professor of New Testament

Erin Heim joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 2014 as assistant professor of New Testament. She is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, Institute for Biblical Research, Society of Biblical Literature, and Christians for Biblical Equality.

Dr. Heim earned a PhD from the University of Otago, an MA from Denver Seminary, and a BMus from the University of Minnesota. Her doctoral thesis, Adoption in Galatians and Romans (Brill, 2017), was named an exceptional thesis in the division of humanities at the University of Otago. She has also authored numerous articles and essays on Pauline theology, Theological Interpretation of Scripture, metaphor in the Bible, and the use of the Pauline adoption texts in contemporary discourse on adoption.

Dr. Heim is a co-host of the OnScript podcast, which features conversations on current biblical scholarship. Currently, her research is focused on feminine metaphors in Scripture, identity, and spiritual formation.

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Recent Publications

Adoption in Galatians and Romans: Contemporary Metaphor Theories and the Pauline Huiothesia Metaphors.
Leiden: Brill, 2017.
ISBN: 978-9004339866

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