Contributors

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  • Matthew S. Rindge

    Matthew S. Rindge Associate Professor,  Gonzaga University

    Matthew S. Rindge is associate professor of religious studies at Gonzaga University (Spokane, Washington). In addition to several academic and popular articles on various subjects related to the Bible and popular culture, he is the author of Jesus’ Parable of the Rich Fool among Ancient Conversations on Death and Possessions (Society of Biblical Literature, 2011). He is currently writing Cinematic Parables: Subverting the Religion of the American Dream (Baylor University Press).

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  • Leen Ritmeyer

    Leen Ritmeyer Archaeological Architect,  

    Leen Ritmeyer is an archaeological architect who has excavated many sites in Israel, such as the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. He has written several books, including Jerusalem at the Time of Jesus, coauthored with Kathleen Ritmeyer (Abingdon, 2010) and The Quest: Revealing the Temple Mount in Jerusalem (Carta, 2012).

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  • Marco Rizzi

    Marco Rizzi Professor,  Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

    Marco Rizzi is professor of early Christian literature at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milan).  He has edited, translated, and commented on many texts from the Alexandrian Christian tradition and is editor of the fifth volume of the Histoire de la littérature grecque chrétienne, Editions du Cerf, Paris, forthcoming.

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  • Rafael Rodríguez

    Rafael Rodríguez Associate Professor,  Johnson University

    Rafael Rodríguez is associate professor of New Testament at Johnson University (Knoxville, Tenn.).

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