Contributors

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  • Bruce Chilton

    Bruce Chilton Professor,  Bard College

    Bruce Chilton is Bernard Iddings Bell Professor of Religion at Bard College and author of Rabbi Jesus: An Intimate Biography (Doubleday, 2000) and The Way of Jesus: To Repair and Renew the World (Abingdon, 2010).

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  • Dan W. Clanton, Jr.

    Dan W. Clanton, Jr. Assistant Professor,  Doane College

    Dan W. Clanton, Jr. is assistant professor of religious studies at Doane College. He is the author of Daring, Disreputable, and Devout: Interpreting the Hebrew Bible’s Women in the Arts and Music (T&T Clark, 2009) and The Good, the Bold, and the Beautiful: The Story of Susanna and Its Renaissance Interpretations (T&T Clark, 2006).

     

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  • Eric H. Cline

    Eric H. Cline Professor,  GWU Capitol Archaeological Institute

    Dr. Eric H. Cline is professor of classics and anthropology and the current director of the George Washintgon University Archaeological Institute. He is a National Geographic Explorer, a Fulbright scholar, and an award-winning teacher and author. He has been a member of the Megiddo Expedition, in Israel, excavating biblical Armageddon, since 1994. The author of several books, his most recent is 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed (Princeton University Press, 2014).

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  • David J. A. Clines

    David J. A. Clines Professor Emeritus,  University of Sheffield

    David J. A. Clines is professor emeritus of biblical studies at the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. He is director and publisher of Sheffield Phoenix Press, editor of the eight-volume Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, and author of a three-volume commentary on Job in the Word Biblical Commentary Series. He was president of the Society for Old Testament Study in 1996 and of the Society of Biblical Literature in 2009.

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