Welcome to the homepage of Isaac T. Soon, Ph.D. Since 2021, he has been Assistant Professor of Religious Studies (New Testament) at Crandall University. He has degrees from the University of Oxford and Durham University. His first book, A Disabled Apostle: Impairment and Disability in the Letters of Paul is forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
He has published peer-reviewed journal articles in the Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha, Early Christianity, the Journal for the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Setting, Vigiliae Christianae, Novum Testamentum, and Religions. He has forthcoming work in the Journal of Biblical Literature and the Journal for the Study of Judaism.
Satan and Circumcision: The Devil as the ἄγγελος πονηρός in Barn 9:4
Vigiliae Christianae 76.1 (2022): 60-72
NB: One blunder of this article is that I failed to cite a key work by Gay L. Byron, her book Symbolic Blackness and Ethnic Difference in Early Christian Literature.