Contributors

Meet Bible Odyssey Website contributors and find out more about their research and publications.

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  • Adam Porter

    Adam Porter Dean and Professor,  Illinois College

    Adam Porter is the Dean of Faculty and Professor of Religion at Illinois College, in Jacksonville IL. Trained in biblical Studies and Second Temple Judaism, his primary research focus for the last few years has been studying representations of Satan in movies, fiction, and comic books. 

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    Sarah F. Porter PhD Candidate in New Testament / Early Christianity ,  Harvard University

    Sarah F. Porter is a PhD Candidate in New Testament / Early Christianity at Harvard University. She researches early Christian deathscapes in the fourth-century Mediterranean. Other research interests include early Christian material culture, literary analysis of early Christian literature, and archaeology.

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    Jonathan Potter Staff,  Society of Biblical Literature

    Jonathan M. Potter is a managing editor at SBL Press, and he also teaches as an adjunct instructor at Emory University. His research and teaching center on early Christian gospels and early Jewish retellings of biblical narratives. He coedited (with Vernon K. Robbins) Jesus and Mary Reimagined in Early Christian Literature (SBL Press, 2015).

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  • Mark Allan Powell

    Mark Allan Powell Professor,  Trinity Lutheran Seminary

    Mark Allan Powell is professor of New Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary (Columbus, Ohio). He is editor of the HarperCollins Bible Dictionary and author of Introducing the New Testament (Baker, 2009) and Jesus as a Figure in History (Westminster John Knox, 2012).

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