Contributors

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

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  • Carol Bakhos

    Carol Bakhos Associate Professor,  University of California, Los Angeles

    Carol Bakhos is an associate professor of Late Antique Judaism and Jewish Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She currently researches late Antique rabbinic compilations and Medieval Jewish and Islamic scriptural interpretation.

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  • Debra Scoggins Ballentine

    Debra Scoggins Ballentine Assistant Professor,  Rutgers University

    Debra Scoggins Ballentine is an assistant professor in the Department of Religion at Rutgers University, where she teaches courses on the Hebrew Bible and ancient Near Eastern religions. She is particularly interested in how ancient Near Eastern, including biblical, authors use traditional stories about their gods to promote new political, social, and religious ideas. Her book, The Conflict Myth and the Biblical Tradition, is currently under contract with Oxford University Press.

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  • Pamela Barmash

    Pamela Barmash Professor,  Washington University

    Pamela Barmash is professor of Hebrew Bible and biblical Hebrew at Washington University in St. Louis and served as director of Jewish, Islamic and Near Eastern Studies there. She is the author of Homicide in the Biblical World (Cambridge University Press, 2005) and is editor of Exodus in the Jewish Experience: Echoes and Reverberations (Lexington Books, 2015) and the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Biblical Law.

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  • Lee C. Barrett

    Lee C. Barrett Professor,  Lancaster Theological Seminary

    Lee C. Barrett is the Stager Professor of Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary. His research focuses on Kierkegaard and contemporary theology, particularly the connection between Kierkegaard’s literary style and Christian doctrines. His most recent books include Kierkegaard, Eros, and Self-Emptying: Intersections of Kierkegaard and Aquinas, and Kierkegaard and the Bible, which he coedited with Jon Stewart.

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