Contributors

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  • Chris Heard

    Chris Heard Associate Professor,  Pepperdine University

    Chris Heard is associate professor at Pepperdine University, where he teaches Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew courses. His scholarly work focuses on the use, influence, and impact of the book of Genesis and other narratives from the Hebrew Bible. He is the author of Dynamics of Diselection: Ambiguity in Genesis 12–36 and Ethnic Identity in Post-Exilic Judah (Society of Biblical Literature, 2001).

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  • Ronald Hendel

    Ronald Hendel Professor,  University of California, Berkeley

    Ronald Hendel is the Norma and Sam Dabby Professor of Hebrew Bible and Jewish Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. His most recent book is The Book of Genesis: A Biography (Princeton University Press, 2012).

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  • David Hendin

    David Hendin Adjunct Curator,  American Numismatic Society

    David Hendin is adjunct curator at the American Numismatic Society and author of Guide to Biblical Coins, Ancient Scale Weights and Pre-coinage Currency as well as Cultural Change: Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Coins of the Holy Land.

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  • Meghan Henning

    Meghan Henning Assistant Professor,  University of Dayton

    Meghan Henning is the Assistant Professor of Christian Origins at the University of Dayton. She is the author of Educating Early Christians through the Rhetoric of Hell: ‘Weeping and Gnashing of Teeth’ as Paideia in Matthew and the Early Church (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 

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