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  • Marco Rizzi

    Marco Rizzi Professor,  Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

    Marco Rizzi is professor of early Christian literature at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milan).  He has edited, translated, and commented on many texts from the Alexandrian Christian tradition and is editor of the fifth volume of the Histoire de la littérature grecque chrétienne, Editions du Cerf, Paris, forthcoming.

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  • Rafael Rodríguez

    Rafael Rodríguez Associate Professor,  Johnson University

    Rafael Rodríguez is associate professor of New Testament at Johnson University (Knoxville, Tenn.).

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  • Sarah E. Rollens

    Sarah E. Rollens Visting Assistant Professor,  Rhodes College

    Sarah E. Rollens is a visiting assistant professor of religious studies at Rhodes College. Her first book, Framing Social Criticism in the Jesus Movement: The Ideological Project of the Sayings Gospel Q, explores the people responsible for writing Q.

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  • Christopher Rollston

    Christopher Rollston Associate Professor,  George Washington University

    Christopher Rollston is an associate professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at George Washington University.  He is a philologist and epigrapher of ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean languages and works in more than a dozen ancient and modern languages, including Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, as well as Ugaritic, Phoenician, Akkadian, Ammonite, and Moabite. He is the author of several books, including Writing and Literacy in the World of Ancient Israel (SBL,  2010).

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