Delighted to report that I’ve been asked by CUP to edit a new Cambridge Companion to Hebrew Bible and Ethics, with publication slated for 2020. I’ll be bringing together 22 authors from around the world to write essays at the intersection of descriptive and normative ethics, addressing historical and literary concerns and developing their implications for contemporary ethical conversations. There will be essays on a wide variety of texts and topics, including justice in the Psalms, laws of talion, covenant, gender and the law, economics, poverty and social justice, migration and the environment. I’m absolutely delighted by the line-up of authors and essays and looking forward to the results already.