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  • Michael J. Chan

    Michael J. Chan Assistant Professor,  Luther Seminary

    Michael J. Chan is assistant professor of Old Testament at Luther Seminary (St. Paul, Minnesota). He is especially interested in iconography, or the study of images as they relate to the Bible and its broader cultural context. His has published numerous journal articles and authored “A Biblical Lexicon of Happiness,” in The Bible and the Pursuit of Happiness: What the Old and New Testaments Teach Us about the Good Life (Oxford University Press, 2012). Currently, Chan is coediting a volume of essays entitled God, World, and Suffering: Collected Essays of Terence Fretheim (Eerdmans, forthcoming).

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  • Mark A. Chancey

    Mark A. Chancey Professor,  Southern Methodist University

    Mark A. Chancey is professor of religious studies in Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. His research interests range from the historical Jesus, archaeology and the Bible, and the political and social history of Roman-period Palestine to church-state issues and religion and contemporary public education. He is the author of two books with Cambridge University Press, The Myth of a Gentile Galilee (2002) and Greco-Roman Culture and the Galilee of Jesus (2005), and is the coauthor of  Alexander to Constantine: Archaeology of the Land of the Bible (Yale University Press, 2012).

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    David W. Chapman Professor of New Testament and Archaeology ,  Covenant Theological Seminary

    David W. Chapman serves as Professor of New Testament and Archaeology at Covenant Theological Seminary, where he is also curator of the W. H. Mare Institute for Biblical and Archaeological Studies. He is the author of Ancient Jewish and Christian Perceptions of Crucifixion (Mohr Siebeck, 2008; reprint Baker, 2010); Philippians: Rejoicing and Thanksgiving (Christian Focus, 2012); and coauthor with Eckhard Schnabel of The Trial and Crucifixion of Jesus: Texts and Commentary (Mohr Siebeck, 2015).

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  • James H. Charlesworth

    James H. Charlesworth Professor,  Princeton Theological Seminary

    James Hamilton Charlesworth is the George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary and is director and editor of the Princeton Dead Sea Scrolls Project.

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