Contributors

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  • Steve Mason

    Steve Mason Professor,  University of Groningen

    Steve Mason is Distinguished Professor of Ancient Mediterranean Religions and Cultures at the faculty of theology and religious studies of the University of Groningen. He is an expert in the history and literature of the eastern Mediterranean under Roman rule, especially Roman Judaea, the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus, and Christian-Jewish-Roman relations. He has authored and edited numerous books on Josephus.

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  • matthews-shelly

    Shelly Matthews Professor of New Testament,  Brite Divinity School

    Shelly Matthews is Professor of New Testament at the Brite Divinity School. She is the author of Perfect Martyr: The Stoning of Stephen and the Construction of Christian Identity, and The Acts of the Apostles: Taming the Tongues of Fire: An Introduction and Study Guide.

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  • Victor H. Matthews

    Victor H. Matthews Professor,  Missouri State University

    Victor H. Matthews is a professor of religious studies and dean of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs at Missouri State University. Among his publications are Studying the Ancient Israelites: A Guide to Sources and Methods (Baker Academic, 2007), Manners and Customs in the Bible (3rd ed., Baker Academic, 2006), and A Brief History of Ancient Israel (Westminster John Knox, 2002).

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  • Dora Mbuwayesango

    Dora Mbuwayesango Associate Professor,  Hood Theological Seminary

    Dora Mbuwayesango is associate professor of Old Testament at Hood Theological Seminary. She writes and teaches about issues of gender and sexuality in the Hebrew Bible.

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