Contributors

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  • Frank Yamada

    Frank M. Yamada President,  McCormick Theological Seminary

    Frank M. Yamada is President of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL. His expertise is in Hebrew Bible, with interests in feminist theory and culturally-contextual biblical interpretation. He is the author of Configurations of Rape in the Hebrew Bible (Peter Lang, 2008) and is the editor of The Peoples’ Bible (Augsburg Fortress Press, 2008).

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  • Christine Roy Yoder

    Christine Roy Yoder Professor,  Columbia Theological Seminary

    Christine Roy Yoder is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and serves as professor of Old Testament language, literature, and exegesis at Columbia Theological Seminary. She is the author of Wisdom as a Woman of Substance: A Socioeconomic Reading of Proverbs 1-9 and 31:10-31 (de Gruyter, 2001) and Proverbs (Abingdon, 2009), in addition to many articles and chapters in books.

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  • Jürgen K. Zangenberg

    Jürgen K. Zangenberg Professor,  Leiden University

    Jürgen K. Zangenberg holds the Chair for History and Culture of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity at the Faculty of Humanities at Leiden University (Netherlands) and holds an appointment at the Leiden University Faculty of Archaeology. He has served as codirector of the Kinneret Regional Project since 2002.

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  • Magnus Zetterholm

    Magnus Zetterholm Associate Professor,  Lund University

    Magnus Zetterholm is associate professor of New Testament Studies at the Center for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University, and is the author of The Formation of Christianity in Antioch: A Social-Scientific Approach to the Separation between Judaism and Christianity (Routledge, 2003).

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