Contributors

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  • Charles Halton

    Charles Halton Assistant Professor,  Houston Baptist University

    Charles Halton is assistant professor in theology at Houston Baptist University. He is also the managing editor of Marginalia: A Review of Books in History, Theology and Religion and is the author of A Moral Vision for the Old Testament (Fortress Press, forthcoming) and Women’s Literature of Mesopotamia (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

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  • Martien A. Halvorson-Taylor

    Martien A. Halvorson-Taylor Associate Professor,  University of Virginia

    Martien A. Halvorson-Taylor is an associate professor and an award-winning teacher at the University of Virginia. She is the author of Enduring Exile: The Metaphorization of Exile in the Hebrew Bible (Brill, 2011) and is currently working on a book on the Song of Songs.

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  • James E. Harding

    James E. Harding Senior lecturer,  University of Otago

    James Harding is senior lecturer in Hebrew Bible at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. He is the author of The Love of David and Jonathan: Ideology, Text, Reception (Equinox Publishing, 2013) as well as a number of articles and essays on the reception history of the David and Jonathan narrative.

     

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  • Daniel J. Harrington

    Daniel J. Harrington Professor,  Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

    Daniel J. Harrington, S.J., (1940-2014) was professor of New Testament at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and editor of New Testament Abstracts. He authored What Are They Saying about the Letter to the Hebrews (Paulist, 2005) and The Letter to the Hebrews (Liturgical, 2006).

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