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  • John Painter

    John Painter Professor,  Charles Sturt University

    John Painter is Foundation Professor of Theology at St. Mark’s National Theological Centre, School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Canberra Campus, Australia. His publications include John Witness and Theologian (SPCK, 1975) and The Quest for the Messiah: The History, Literature and Theology of the Johannine Community (T&T Clark and Abingdon, 1993).

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    Song-Mi Suzie Park Associate Professor of Old ,  Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

    Suzie Park is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas.

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    Julie Faith Parker Associate Professor of Biblical Studies,  The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church

    Julie Faith Parker is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church in New York City. Her most recent book is The T&T Clark Handbook of Children in the Bible and the Biblical World (2019), co-edited with Sharon Betsworth.

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  • Pearce-Laurie

    Laurie Pearce Lecturer in Akkadian,  University of California, Berkeley

    Laurie Pearce is a Lecturer in Akkadian in the Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures at the University of California, Berkeley. Her research on the social and economic history of first millennium BCE Babylonia focuses on cultural contact between diverse population groups. She directs the digital text projects “Hellenistic Babylonia: Texts, Images and Names”, and “Foreigners in Babylonia”, both on the Oracc platform. In 2014, she and co-author Cornelia Wunsch published Documents of Judean Exiles and West Semites in Babylonia in the Collection of David Sofer. CUSAS 28. Bethesda: CDL Press, a volume of cuneiform texts that record the earliest Judean settlement in Babylonia.

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