Katie M. Heffelfinger is the Deputy Director and Lecturer in Biblical Studies and Hermeneutics at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute, Dublin. 

She is the author of a forthcoming commentary Isaiah 40-66 in the New Cambridge Bible Commentary Series (Cambridge, 2024); I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes: Lyric Cohesion and Conflict in Second Isaiah (Brill, 2011); “Truth and Hidden Things: Reading Isaiah 45:9-25 as Scripture” in A New Song: Biblical Hebrew Poetry as Jewish and Christian Scripture (eds., Campbell, Rohlfing, and Briggs; Lexham, 2023); “Persuasion, Poetry and Biblical Prophets” PIBA (2020-2021); “Isaiah 40-55” in The Oxford Handbook to Isaiah (ed. Tiemeyer; Oxford, 2020); “The Servant in Poetic Juxtaposition in Isaiah 49:1-13” in Biblical Poetry and the Art of Close Reading (eds. Couey and James; Cambridge, 2018); and a number of other articles and essays. 

Katie holds an undergraduate degree from Anderson University (B.A.), master’s degrees from Asbury Seminary (M.Div.) and Princeton Theological Seminary (Th.M.) and a doctorate from Emory University (Ph.D.).

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