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  • Lee M. Jefferson

    Lee M. Jefferson Assistant Professor,  Centre College

    Lee M. Jefferson is assistant professor of religion at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. He has published several articles on aspects of early Christianity in the journals Religion and the Arts, Studia Patristica, Religion Compass, and Sewanee Theological Review and has contributed to the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (De Gruyter, 2007) and is the author of Christ the Miracle Worker in Early Christian Art (Fortress Press, 2014).

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  • Robin M. Jensen

    Robin M. Jensen Professor,  Vanderbilt University

    Robin M. Jensen is the Luce Chancellor's Professor of the History of Christian Art and Worship at Vanderbilt University. Her research and writing focus on the interpretation of early Christian art and architecture in light of their theological significance and ritual function. Her books include Understanding Early Christian Art (Routledge, 2000); Face to Face: Portraits of the Divine in Early Christianity (Fortress, 2005) and Living Water (Brill, 2011).

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  • jensen-morten

    Morten Hørning Jensen Associate Professor,  Lutheran School of Theology

    Morten Hørning Jensen is associate professor at Lutheran School of Theology, Aarhus, Denmark; adjunct professor at MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo, and Research Fellow at University of South Africa. He is the author of Herod Antipas in Galilee (Mohr Siebeck 2010) besides numerous articles on topics related to first-century Galilee and the Historical Jesus including the entry on Herod Antipas in The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (de Gruyter 2015).

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  • Jeon-Jaeyoung

    Jaeyoung Jeon SNSF senior researcher ,  University of Lausanne

    Jaeyoung Jeon is currently a SNSF senior researcher at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. He attained his PhD in Hebrew Bible from Tel Aviv University and MA at the Hebrew University. He is author of the books The Call of Moses and the Exodus Story: A Redactional-Critical Study in Exodus 3-4 and 5-13 (Mohr Siebeck, 2013) and From the Reed Sea to Kadesh: A Redaction-Critical and Socio-historical Study of the Pentateuchal Wilderness Narrative (Mohr Siebeck [forthcoming]) and coeditor (with Louis Jonker) of Chronicles and the Priestly Literature: Literary-Historical and Ideological Relationships between Chronicles, Ezekiel, and the Pentateuch(de Gruyter, forthcoming).

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