Contributors

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  • Larry W. Hurtado

    Larry W. Hurtado Emeritus Professor,  University of Edinburgh

    Larry W. Hurtado is emeritus professor of New Testament Language, Literature & Theology in the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of One God, One Lord: Early Christian Devotion and Ancient Jewish Monotheism (Fortress Press, 1988), Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity (Eerdmans, 2003), and How on Earth did Jesus Become a God? Historical Questions about Earliest Devotion to Jesus (Eerdmans, 2005).

     

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  • Jean-Marie Husser

    Jean-Marie Husser Professor,  University of Strasbourg

    Jean-Marie Husser is professor of the history of religions in the Faculty of Historical Sciences, University of Strasbourg (France), where he currently heads the Department of History of Religions. His main interests are the ancient religions of Syro-Phoenicia, in particular Ugarit, and Jewish apocalyptic movements. He is the author of Le Songe et la parole: Etude sur le rêve et sa fonction dans l'ancien Israël (de Gruyter, 1994) and Dreams and Dream Narratives in the Biblical World (Sheffield Academic Press, 1999), and is co-editor with A. Mouton of Le Cauchemar dans les sociétés antiques (De Boccard, 2010).

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  • Jeremy M. Hutton

    Jeremy M. Hutton Assistant Professor,  University of Wisconsin

    Jeremy M. Hutton is an assistant professor of Classical Hebrew and biblical literature in the Department of Hebrew and Semitic Studies at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He is the author of The Transjordanian Palimpsest (de Gruyter, 2009).

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  • Tal Ilan

    Tal Ilan Professor,  Freie Universität

    Tal Ilan was born in Israel and is professor of Jewish Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin (Germany).

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