Contributors

Meet Bible Odyssey Website contributors and find out more about their research and publications.

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  • Gordon Fee

    Gordon Fee Retired,  

    Gordon Fee is retired from teaching and resides in New York City. He is the author of several volumes including The First Epistle to the Corinthians (Eerdmans, 1987) and Paul’s Letter to the Philippians (Eerdmans, 1995) and coauthor of How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth (Zondervan, 2003).

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  • Eve Levavi Feinstein

    Eve Levavi Feinstein Writer and Editor,  

    Eve Levavi Feinstein is a writer and editor in Palo Alto, California. She received her Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible from Harvard University and is the author of Sexual Pollution in the Hebrew Bible (Oxford University Press, 2014), which examines biblical concepts of purity in the context of sexual relations.

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  • Marcos Fernández

    Natalio Fernández-Marcos Professor,  Spanish Council for Scientific Research

    Natalio Fernández Marcos is research professor in the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Madrid (Spain).  He is author of Biblia Hebraica Quinta. 7 Judges (2011). The Septuagint in Context: Introduction to the Greek Versions of the Bible (2009). Scribes and Translators: Septuagint and Old Latin in the Books of Kings (1994), and Septuaginta. La Biblia griega de judíos y cristianos (2008).

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  • fidler-ruth

    Ruth Fidler Senior Lecturer,  Gordon Academic College

    Ruth Fidler is a senior lecturer in the Bible Studies Department at Gordon Academic College, Haifa, Israel. She is the author of Dreams Speak Falsely? Dream Theophanies in the Bible: Their Place in Ancient Israelite Faith and Traditions [Hebrew] (Jerusalem: Magnes, 2005) and of “A Wife’s Vow—The Husband’s Woe? (1 Samuel 1,21.23): The Case of Hannah and Elkanah,” ZAW 118 (2006): 374–88.

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