Contributors

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  • Paula Fredrikson

    Paula Fredriksen Professor,  Hebrew University

    Paula Fredriksen, Aurelio Professor of Scripture emerita at Boston University, now teaches at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Paul features prominently in her books about Jesus (From Jesus to Christ, 1988/2000; Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews, 1999) and about Augustine (Augustine and the Jews: A Christian Defense of Jews and Judaism, 2010). In Sin: The Early History of an Idea (2012), she compares the ways in which Jesus and Paul speak about sin, forgiveness, and redemption.

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  • Sean Freyne

    Sean Freyne Emeritus Professor,  Trinity College

    Sean Freyne (1935-2013) was professor of theology (emeritus) at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

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  • Lisbeth Fried

    Lisbeth S. Fried Visiting Scholar,  University of Michigan

    Lisbeth S. Fried is visiting scholar at the University of Michigan’s Department of Near Eastern Studies. She is the author of The Priest and the Great King: Temple-Palace Relations in the Persian Empire (Eisenbrauns, 2004) and Ezra and the Law in History and Tradition (University of South Carolina Press, 2014). She is preparing a critical commentary on Nehemiah for Sheffield Academic Press.

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  • Serge Frolov

    Serge Frolov Associate Professor,  Southern Methodist University

    Serge Frolov is associate professor of religious studies and Nate and Ann Levine Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies at Dedman College, Southern Methodist University. He is the author of The Turn of the Cycle: 1 Samuel 1-8 in Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives (de Gruyter, 2004) and Judges (Eerdmans, 2013) and of more than 200 articles. He is editor of the journal Hebrew Studies.

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