Contributors

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  • John Dominic Crossan

    John Dominic Crossan Emeritus Professor,  DePaul University

    John Dominic Crossan is an emeritus professor from DePaul University and author of numerous popular books on Jesus and the New Testament world. 

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  • Crumpler-Anna

    Anna Crumpler Student,  Wake Forest University

    Anna Crumpler cowrote this piece in her final semester at Wake Forest University (2021), where she majored in religious studies and English. She currently lives in Dallas, TX, where she serves at a Presbyterian church and will begin pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Regent University in August 2022.

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  • John (Jack) Daniels

    John (Jack) Daniels Professor,  Flagler College

    John (Jack) Daniels is Teaching & Learning Librarian and an adjunct professor of religion at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. He also serves on the faculty of the Ministry Formation Program for the Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine.  His current research interests include gossip and social identity in the Synoptic Gospels and Paul, and the intersection of theological discourse, identity, and mission. Daniels has written articles on gossip in the New Testament and in John, and most recently the book Gossiping Jesus: The Oral Processing of Jesus in John’s Gospel (Pickwick, 2013).

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  • Danielson-Andrew

    Andrew Danielson Lecturer in Near Eastern Archaeology ,  University of California, Los Angeles

    Andrew Danielson is a Lecturer in Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles with research interests in the Bronze and Iron Age Levant. He is currently the Field Director in the Town of Nebo Archaeological Project, directed by Debra Foran of Wilfrid Laurier University.

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