Contributors

Meet Bible Odyssey Website contributors and find out more about their research and publications.

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  • Choon-Leong Seow

    Choon-Leong Seow Professor,  Princeton Seminary

    Choon-Leong Seow is Princeton Seminary’s Henry Snyder Gehman Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature. An ordained Presbyterian elder, he specializes in the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, the history of ancient Israelite religion, Northwest Semitic philology, and the history of biblical interpretation and reception. He teaches courses on the interpretation of Job, Hebraica, Daniel, Aramaic, and Northwest Semitic epigraphy.

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  • Sarah Shectman

    Sarah Shectman Independent Scholar,  

    Sarah Shectman is the author of Women in the Pentateuch: A Feminist and Source-Critical Analysis (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009). She is an independent scholar living in San Francisco, California.

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  • Phillip Michael Sherman

    Phillip Michael Sherman Assistant Professor,  Maryville College

    Phillip Michael Sherman is assistant professor of religion at Maryville College (Maryville, Tennessee). He is the author of Babel’s Tower Translated: Genesis 11 and Ancient Jewish Interpretation and is currently at work on a book exploring how the authors of the Bible thought about animals.

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  • Elizabeth Shively

    Elizabeth Evans Shively Lecturer,  University of St. Andrews

    Elizabeth Evans Shively is a lecturer in New Testament at the University of St. Andrews’ School of Divinity. She is also a Bible Odyssey editorial board member. Her research interests include the Synoptic Gospels and New Testament apocalyptic thought.

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