Contributors

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

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  • Lynn H. Cohick

    Lynn H. Cohick Professor,  Wheaton College

    Lynn H. Cohick is Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College. She studies Jews and Christians in the settings of Hellenism and the Roman Empire, as well as women in the ancient world. Her publications include Philippians in The Story of God Commentary (Zondervan, 2013); Women in the World of the Earliest Christians (Baker Academic, 2009).

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  • Billie Jean Collins

    Billie Jean Collins Adjunct Lecturer,  Emory University

    Billie Jean Collins is an adjunct lecturer in Middle Eastern studies at Emory University. Her research interests include Hittite religion, society, and philology as well as the religions of the ancient Mediterranean world. She has written widely on these topics, including her book The Hittites and Their World (SBL Press, 2007).

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  • Cavan W. Concannon

    Cavan W. Concannon Assistant Professor,  University of Southern California

    Cavan W. Concannon is assistant professor of religion at the University of Southern California.  His research focuses on Paul, early Christianity, and Roman history and archaeology. He is the author of When You Were Gentiles: Specters of Ethnicity in Roman Corinth and Paul’s Corinthian Correspondence (Yale University Press, 2014).

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  • Michael Coogan

    Michael Coogan Lecturer,  Harvard Divinity School

    Michael Coogan in lecturer in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Harvard Divinity School. He is author of God and Sex: What the Bible Really Says and editor of The New Oxford Annotated Bible and A Reader of Ancient Near Eastern Texts: Sources for the Study of the Old Testament.

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