Peter Enns is an American Old Testament scholar and was Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Hermeneutics at Westminster Theological Seminary (WTS), Philadelphia until 2008. He has a BA from Messiah College (1982), an MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary (1989), and MA (1993) and PhD (1994) from Harvard University where he also served as a Teaching Fellow from 1990-1994. Enns was the editor of the Westminster Theological Journal from 2000-2005. WTS suspended Enns following the end of the Spring semester, 2008 due to the theological issues raised in his book Inspiration and Incarnation.  Enns decided to leave WTS after fourteen years and did so on mutually agreeable terms with the WTS administration.
- Ecclesiastes. Two Horizons Commentary Series. Eerdmans, 2008.
- Invitation to Genesis. Abingdon, 2006.
- Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament. Baker Academic, 2005.
- Exodus. NIV Application Commentary. Zondervan, 2000.
- Exodus Retold: Ancient Exegesis of the Departure from Egypt in Wisdom 10:15-21 and 19:1-9. Scholars Press, 1997.
- Poetry and Wisdom. Baker, 1997.
- With Tremper Longman III and Mark Strauss, Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary. Baker, 2009.
- With Tremper Longman III, Dictionary of the Old Testament:Wisdom, Poetry, and Writings. IVP Academic, 2008.
- About Peter Enns
- Some Reflections on I&I and the Reformed Tradition, Enns' response to his suspension at WTS regarding his book Inspiration and Incarnation.
- Beale vs. Enns: The Beginning, by Nick Norelli
- Introduction to the NIV Application Commentary on Exodus
- Apostolic Hermeneutics and an Evangelical Doctrine of Scripture: Moving beyond a Modernist Impasse
- More online articles and essays - articles of Enns' engagement with G. K. Beale
Reviews of Inspiration and Incarnation
- Observations of a Controversy (PDF), by Richard Gaffin
- Three Books on the Bible: A Critical Review, by D. A. Carson (Reformation21; scroll down to the section on Enns)
- Messy Revelation: why Paul would have flunked hermeneutics, by Susan Wise Bauer (Books and Culture)
- Review of Enn's Inspiration and Incarnation, by Paul Helm (Reformation21)
- Analysis Extra: 'Inspiration and Incarnation' one more time, by Paul Helm
- Review of Peter Enns, Inspiration and Incarnation, by John Frame
- Some Reflections by a Christian College Professor, by William B. Evans (Reformation21)