Contributors

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  • Brian Rainey

    Brian Rainey Associate Professor,  Princeton Theological Seminary

    Brian Rainey is associate professor of Old Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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  • Donald B. Redford

    Donald B. Redford Proffessor,  Pennsylvania State

    Donald B. Redford is professor of classics and ancient Mediterranean studies and history at Penn State. He directs the Akhenaten Temple Project with his wife, Susan Redford, and is the author of numerous publications, including Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times.

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  • Jonathan Reed

    Jonathan Reed Professor,  University of La Verne

    Jonathan Reed is professor of religion and dean for the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of La Verne. He co-authored Excavating Jesus and In Search of Paul with John Dominic Crossan. Reed is an active archaeologist and directs a dig at Sepphoris. He has appeared on numerous television documentaries, and his work has appeared in National Geographic.

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  • reinhartz-adele

    Adele Reinhartz Professor in the Department of Classics and Religious Studies,  University of Ottawa

    Adele Reinhartz is Professor in the Department of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa, in Canada and, currently, the general editor of the Journal of Biblical Literature (2012-2018). Her books include Befriending the Beloved Disciple: A Jewish Reading of the Gospel of John (Continuum, 2001), Caiaphas the High Priest (University of South Carolina Press, 2011; Fortress 2012), and Cast Out of the Covenant: Jews and Anti-Judaism in the Gospel of John (Lanham, MD: Lexington/Fortress, 2018). Adele was elected to the Royal Society of Canada in 2005 and to the American Academy of Jewish Research in 2014.

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