Research Associate in New Testament Text and Language
Nelson Hsieh studies the text of the New Testament with particular interest in ancient manuscripts, scribal habits, and biblical paratexts (such as marginal notes, ancient chapter divisions, and expansive titles of the NT books).
Nelson works on Tyndale House's New Testament Project, which focuses on studying the punctuation, paragraphing, structural divisions, and paratext of ancient Greek manuscripts. This research will form the basis of changes to the 2nd edition of the Tyndale House Greek New Testament and will (likely) be published as a Commentary on Unit Delimitation and Paratext in NT Greek Manuscripts.
Ph.D., New Testament and Systematic Theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Th.M., Systematic Theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
M.Div., The Master's Seminary
B.A., Classics, University of California at Berkeley
"The Tyndale House Greek New Testament and Nestle-Aland Tradition as Complementary, Not Competitive Critical Editions"
"Matthew 5:5 and the Old Testament Land Promises: An Inheritance of the Earth, or the Land of Israel?" Master's Seminary Journal 28, no. 1 (2017): 41-75.
"Abraham as "Heir of the World": Does Romans 4:13 Expand the Old Testament Abrahamic Land Promises?" Master's Seminary Journal 26, no. 1 (2015): 95-110.
Conference Papers & Book Reviews (see Nelson's Academia.edu website)