Rev. Dr. Pete Myers

Rev. Dr. Pete Myers

Lecturer in Old Testament and Biblical Languages.

Rev. Dr. Pete Myers serves EGST as Lecturer in Old Testament and Biblical Languages. His current research interests are Hebrew and Greek phonology, LXX, Hebrew manuscripts, and the Tiberian Masoretic tradition.

  • University of Cambridge PhD, Hebrew and Greek Phonology
  • University of Gloucestershire MA by Research, Deuteronomy
  • Oak Hill Theological College MTh Theological and Pastoral Studies
  • Rose Bruford College BA (Hons) Actor-Musicianship

Rev. Dr. Pete is married to Katy and they have three boys. Pete and Katy attend Redeemer International Congregation of Mekanye Yesus, where Pete preaches regularly and serves in a pastoral role. Pete also travels outside of Addis to provide training for pastors evangelists and lay people locally in partnership with the Evangelical School of Mission. He has a keen interest in Ethiopia’s diverse languages, cultures and history, and a passion for learning about Ethiopia’s rich Christian tradition across all denominations.


  • 2021 A Hebrew Reader for the Psalms: 40 Beloved Texts. Pete Myers and Jonathan G. Kline. Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Academic. 2021.

Journal Articles

  • 2019 “The Greek Alphabet and the Canaanite Sibilants” Journal of Semitic Studies 64.1 (2019): 51-66.
  • 2018 “The Textual Affinities of Sinaiticus’ Correctors in 2 Esdras: An Analysis of Proper Nouns” Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, 55 (2018): 157-93.
  • 2017 “Do Nomina Sacra Influence the Textual Transmission of 2 Esdras 12,12?” Biblica, 98.2 (2017): 227-33.
  • 2012 “Cognitive Linguistics and the Tripartite Division of the Law.” Westminster Theological Journal 74.2 (Fall 2012): 387-416.

Articles in Edited Volumes

  • 2021 “Septuagint Transcriptions and Phonology” in Handbook for Septuagint Research, W. Edward Glenny and William A. Ross (eds.), T&T Clark. Pp. 37-62.
  • 2020 “The Representation of Gutturals by Vowels in the LXX of 2 Esdras” in Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions (Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures), Aaron D. Hornkohl and Geoffrey Kahn (eds.). Cambridge: Open Book Publishers. 2020.
  • 2016 “Khirbet Seilun.” Lexham Bible Dictionary. Logos Software.
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