Contributors

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  • James A. Sanders

    James A. Sanders Professor Emeritus,  Claremont School of Theology

    James A. Sanders is professor emeritus of the Old Testament, Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University.  He is also president emeritus of the Ancient Biblical Manuscript Center in Claremont. He unrolled and published the large scroll of Psalms from Qumran Cave 11 and launched canonical criticism as a subdiscipline of biblical studies.

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  • Theresa Sanders

    Theresa Sanders Associate Professor,  Georgetown University

    Theresa Sanders is associate professor of theology at Georgetown University. She is the author of Approaching Eden: Adam and Eve in Popular Culture (Rowman & Littlefield, 2009).

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  • Michael L. Satlow

    Michael L. Satlow Professor,  Brown University

    Michael L. Satlow is a professor of religious studies and Judaic studies at Brown University, where he specializes in early Judaism. He is the author most recently of How the Bible Became Holy (Yale University Press, 2014), has created a free podcast series called “From Israelite to Jew” (available at iTunes U), and directs the “Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine” project at Brown.

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  • John F. A. Sawyer

    John F. A. Sawyer Professor,  Durham University

    John Sawyer taught Bible, Jewish Studies, and Hebrew at Glasgow, Newcastle and Lancaster Universities and now lives in the northeast of England, where he is honorary professor in the Theology and Religion Department at Durham University. His publications include Prophecy and the Biblical Prophets (Oxford University Press, 1993), The Fifth Gospel: Isaiah in the History of Christianity (Cambridge University Press, 1996), and Sacred Texts and Sacred Meanings (2011).  He is currently working on Isaiah through the Centuries for the Wiley-Blackwell Bible Commentary Series, of which he is coeditor.

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