David Mihalyfy


Heterodoxies and the Historical Jesus: Biblical Criticism of the Gospels in the U.S, 1794-1860  

University of Chicago, 2017


A Recent Trend of RICO Prosecutions and Civil Suits Against NRMs and "Cults"

Accepted for publication at Nova Religio pending revisions (tentative publication of August 2025)

Coptic Evidence for the Origins of the Later Egyptian Discontinuous Negative Particle iwn3 in AN as a Reanalyzed Lexical Reinforcer Meaning "Unit" or "Set"

Prepared for publication and undergoing peer review, 2024

A Productive Survival of Afroasiatic N-Stems in Egyptian: Preliminaries for a New Paradigm

Prepared for publication and undergoing peer review, 2023

Three New-Identified N-Stem Verbs in the Debate Between a Man and His Soul

Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, 2022-2023

An Inchoative Aspectual Value in the Coptic Statives (Qualitatives) of "Ongoing Motion"?:

A Short Case Study from Shenoute

Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, 2022-2023

Re-examining Spelling and Pronunciation in Coptic:

A Case for the Intervocalic and Post-nasal Allophonic Voicing of Obstruents 
Le Muséon, 2012



Review: James P. Allen's "Coptic: A Grammar of Its Six Major Dialects"

Ancient Jew Review, 2024

Review: Emily Ogden's "Credulity: A Cultural History of US Mesmerism" 

Nova Religio, 2020

Review: William Sims Bainbridge's "Revival: Resurrecting the Process Church of the Final Judgment" 

Nova Religio, 2019

Review: Annalisa Butticci's "African Pentecostals in Catholic Europe" and related works 

Nova Religio, 2019

Review: Kate Bornstein's "A Queer and Pleasant Danger" 

Nova Religio, 2017

Review: Joel Cabrita's "Text and Authority in the South African Nazaretha Church" 

Nova Religio, 2016

Review: David Burns's "The Life and Death of the Radical Historical Jesus" 

Journal of Religion, 2014



Synthetic Study of Post-WWII American Left is Needed, Possibilities for Study of Peoples Temple  

the jonestown report, 2018

NRM Teaching Challenges: Reflections on Combatting Dehumanization  

the jonestown report, 2015

NRM Teaching Challenges: Thinking Along with Peoples Temple Survivors  

the jonestown report, 2014


Envisioning More Effective Egyptian Language Instruction:

The Importance of Integrated, Updatable, and Accessible Textbooks

Fifth Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium, 21 October 2023.

Re-reading the Soul-Dialogue, Wenamun, and the Shipwrecked Sailor for Transformed N-stem Verbs:

Plus, How Reconstructing a 1st Person Plural Pronoun /nu/ Helps Explain Their Orthographic Trajectories

Fourth Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium, 15 October 2022.

A Limited Survival of Afro-Asiatic N-stem Verbs in Later Egyptian?:
A New Theory of Coptic Adjectival Verbs, with Implications for the First Future

Egyptological Conference in Copenhagen, 11 May 2022.

From Greek Circumflex Accent to Coptic Supralinear Stroke?:

A New Proposal for the Origins of a Major Orthographic Convention to Mark Vowels in Egyptian

Third Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium, 30 October 2021

Vestiges of Partially Justified Paranoia: How the Illuminati Birthed "German Biblical Scholarship"

Metacriticism of Biblical Scholarship Consultation, Society of Biblical LIterature, 2013

Re-examining Spelling and Pronunciation in Coptic: A Linguistic Argument and Implications for the Historical Study of Texts Such as Those of the Nag Hammadi Codices

Gospels Session, Midwest Region of the Society of Biblical LIterature, 2011