Contributors

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  • bokovoy-david

    David Bokovoy Online Professor,  Utah State University

    David Bokovoy holds a PhD in Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East and an MA in Jewish Studies both from Brandeis University. He is currently the online professor in Bible and Jewish Studies at Utah State University. David has published articles on the Hebrew Bible in a variety of academic venues, including the Journal of Biblical Literature, Vetus Testamentum, and Studies in the Bible and Antiquity. His academic focus is on source criticism, historical Jesus studies, the divine council, and sexual imagery connected with divinities in Near Eastern and biblical traditions.

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  • Todd Bolen

    Todd Bolen Associate Professor,  The Master's College

    Todd Bolen is associate professor of biblical studies at The Master’s College. During his years of teaching at the college’s campus in Israel, he created the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands and its companion set Historic Views of the Holy Land. His website is www.BiblePlaces.com.

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  • Thomas M. Bolin

    Thomas M. Bolin Professor,  St. Norbert College

    Thomas M. Bolin is professor of Theology and Religious Studies at St. Norbert College. He has published extensively on the biblical books of Jonah and Ecclesiastes and on the question of ancient Israelite historiography. His most recent book is Ecclesiastes and the Riddle of Authorship (Routledge, 2017.

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  • Helen K. Bond

    Helen K. Bond Senior Lecturer,  University of Edinburgh

    Helen K. Bond is senior lecturer in New Testament at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. She is interested in all aspects of the first-century Jewish world and the emergence of earliest Christianity. Her publications include Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation (Cambridge University Press, 1998), Caiaphas: Friend of Rome and Judge of Jesus? (Westminster John Knox, 2004), and The Historical Jesus: A Guide for the Perplexed (Continuum, 2012).

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