Jacob A. Rennaker
Jacob Rennaker is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Hebrew Bible program at Claremont Graduate University. Throughout his undergraduate and graduate studies, he has focused on ancient Near Eastern religious imagery in general, and temple imagery in particular. Mr. Rennaker's dissertation continues that work, comparing temple imagery in Israel, Babylon, and early modern England.
B.A. - Brigham Young University M.A. - University of Washington Ph.D. Candidate - Claremont Graduate University
Recent Publications / Achievements
"Out of the Whirlwind: Creation Theology in the Book of Job (Review)," Religious Studies Review 36:2 (2010), p. 144.
"Inhabiting Eternity: Finding the Tabernacle and Temple in Isaiah 57:15" in Studia Antiqua (BYU), Winter 2007, pp. 115-121. [Download PDF]