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HIPHIL Novum is a peer-reviewed academic e-journal publishing on global education and research on the Bible. Issues feature papers accepted by Society of Biblical Literature's Program Unit GERT - Global Education and Reseach Technology as well as other papers on next generation biblical research. We want to promote open education for all continents, races, genders, and communities.

HIPHIL Novum publishes papers on research or projecs focusing on the Bible's
History  *  Interpretation  * Pedagogy * Hermeneutics * Interactive Technology *  Linguistics
HIPHIL is Novum - the focus is on new Biblical Studies for a digital and global age. We welcome papers that take a lead in emerging global 21st Century education.
  • Editor: Nicolai Winther-Nielsen
  • Editorial team: Randall Tan (New Testament), David Kummerow (Hebrew Bible Linguistics) and Jens Bruun Kofoed (Hebrew Bible History).
  • Peer reviewers: members of the advisory group of Biblicalhumanities.org/ as well as individual scholars.
HIPHIL Novum publishes
  • Peer-reviewed articles: normally 7500 words, occasionally longer. One other competent researcher must approve the quality of this research before publication.
  • Conference papers: normally 2500 words, acceptance based on relevance and public presentation.
  • Reports: News on projects, dissertations or unique studies with a techical or educational scope.

Articles in Hiphil are indexed in the RAMBI and BILDI databases. The journal is archived by the Royal Danish Library. Access to Hiphil material is free and it is possible to subscribe to a notification service on new additions to Hiphil.

Vol 4, No 1 (2017): HIPHIL Novum

Table of Contents

Editor Introduction

Editorial PDF
Nicolai Winther-Nielsen 1


Corpus-Driven Visualization of Textual Worlds PDF
Jens Bruun Kofoed 2-12
Changes of Syntactic Patterns in the Textual Tradition of the Book of Isaiah: A Corpus-Linguistic Approach PDF
Reinoud Oosting 13-22
The Corpus as Tutor: Data-driven Persuasive Language Learning PDF
Nicolai Winther-Nielsen 23-34