Peter Enns is an American Old Testament scholar and was Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Hermeneutics at Westminster Theological Seminary (WTS), Philadelphia until 2008. He has a BA from Messiah College (1982), an MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary (1989), and MA (1993) and PhD (1994) from Harvard University where he also served as a Teaching Fellow from 1990-1994. Enns was the editor of the Westminster Theological Journal from 2000-2005. WTS suspended Enns following the end of the Spring semester, 2008 due to the theological issues raised in his book Inspiration and Incarnation.^^ Enns decided to leave WTS after fourteen years and did so on mutually agreeable terms with the WTS administration.^^
- Ecclesiastes. Two Horizons Commentary Series. Eerdmans, 2008.
- Invitation to Genesis. Abingdon, 2006.
- Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament. Baker Academic, 2005.
- Exodus. NIV Application Commentary. Zondervan, 2000.
- Exodus Retold: Ancient Exegesis of the Departure from Egypt in Wisdom 10:15-21 and 19:1-9. Scholars Press, 1997.
- Poetry and Wisdom. Baker, 1997.
- With Tremper Longman III and Mark Strauss, Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary. Baker, 2009.
- With Tremper Longman III, Dictionary of the Old Testament:Wisdom, Poetry, and Writings. IVP Academic, 2008.
- ↑ See A Message from the Board of Trustees and the official documentation. Cf. Bruce McCormack's criticism here.
- ↑ Joint Statement by WTS and Professor Enns
- About Peter Enns
- Some Reflections on I&I and the Reformed Tradition, Enns' response to his suspension at WTS regarding his book Inspiration and Incarnation.
- Beale vs. Enns: The Beginning, by Nick Norelli
- Introduction to the NIV Application Commentary on Exodus
- Apostolic Hermeneutics and an Evangelical Doctrine of Scripture: Moving beyond a Modernist Impasse
- More online articles and essays
- articles of Enns' engagement with G. K. Beale
- Does God Talk to Us Through Fiction? Unpacking a Non-Literal Interpretation of the Bible (Huffington Post)
- When was Genesis Written and Why Does it Matter? - A Brief Historical Study
Reviews of Inspiration and Incarnation
- Inspiration and Incarnation, by Christopher Heard
- Inspiration and Incarnation by M. Daniel Carroll R. (Denver Seminary Journal)
- Interpreting the Bible: The False Assumptions of Modernism by John Armstrong
- Observations of a Controversy (PDF), by Richard Gaffin
- Three Books on the Bible: A Critical Review, by D. A. Carson (Reformation21; scroll down to the section on Enns)
- Messy Revelation: why Paul would have flunked hermeneutics, by Susan Wise Bauer (Books and Culture)
- Review of Enn's Inspiration and Incarnation, by Paul Helm (Reformation21)
- Analysis Extra: 'Inspiration and Incarnation' one more time, by Paul Helm
- Review of Peter Enns, Inspiration and Incarnation, by John Frame
- Some Reflections by a Christian College Professor, by William B. Evans (Reformation21)