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  • Wilson-Andrew

    Andrew Wilson undergraduate major in Humanities ,  Carleton University

    Andrew Wilson is an undergraduate major in Humanities at Carleton University. He was the valedictorian for his high school graduation.

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  • wilson-brittany

    Brittany E. Wilson Assistant Professor of New Testament ,  Duke University Divinity School

    Brittany E. Wilson is assistant professor of New Testament at Duke University Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina. She is the author of Unmanly Men: Refigurations of Masculinity in Luke-Acts (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), as well as a number of articles on gender, masculinity, and the body in the New Testament.

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  • Ben Witherington

    Ben Witherington Professor,  Asbury Theological Seminary

    Ben Witherington is Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary and is on the doctoral faculty at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. He has presented seminars for churches, colleges, and biblical meetings not only in the United States but around the world. Recent works include Invitation to the New Testament (Oxford University Press, 2013) and A Week in the Life of Corinth (InterVarsity, 2012). He is the general editor of the New Cambridge Bible Commentary Series.

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  • wolfe-lisa

    Lisa M. Wolfe Professor of Hebrew Bible, Endowed Chair,  Oklahoma City University

    Lisa M. Wolfe is Professor of Hebrew Bible, Endowed Chair, at Oklahoma City University. She wrote the Qoheleth (Ecclesiastes) volume in the Wisdom Commentary series. Living the Questions produced her DVD Bible Study series “Uppity Women of the Bible” in 2010, for which she wrote the companion book Ruth, Esther, Song of Songs and Judith in 2011. Lisa is an ordained pastor in the United Church of Christ.   

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