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  • Eric M. Meyers

    Eric M. Meyers Professor,  Duke University

    Eric M. Meyers is Bernice and Morton Lerner Professor of Jewish Studies and Archeology at Duke University. He is the former president of the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) and excavated in Israel for forty years. His early works focused on four village sites in Upper Galilee that had synagogues: Khirbet Shema’, Meiron, Gush Halav, and Nabratein. More recently he has excavated at the site of Sepphoris.

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  • Paul Middleton

    Paul Middleton Senior Lecturer,  University of Chester

    Paul Middleton is senior lecturer in biblical studies at the University of Chester, UK and is the author of Radical Martyrdom and Cosmic Conflict in Early Christianity (T&T Clark, 2006) and Martyrdom: A Guide for the Perplexed (T&T Clark, 2011), which examines themes of martyrdom and suicide in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions.

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  • Jack Miles

    Jack Miles Professor,  University of California, Irvine

    Jack Miles is Distinguished Professor of English and Religious Studies at the University of California, Irvine. He is the author of God: A Biography (Knopf, 1995).

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  • Robert J. Miller

    Robert J. Miller Professor,  Juniata College

    Robert J. Miller is professor of religious studies at Juniata College in Pennsylvania. He is the editor of The Complete Gospels (4th ed., Polebridge Press, 2010) and the author of Born Divine: The Births of Jesus and Other Sons of God (Polebridge Press, 2003).


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