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  • Matthew J. Grey

    Matthew J. Grey Assistant Professor,  Brigham Young University

    Matthew J. Grey is an assistant professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. He is also an area supervisor for the Huqoq Excavation Project.

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    Zoe Grout Student,  Trinity University

    Zoe Grout (Class of 2022) is from Houston, TX. She is currently an English major, with minors in Religion and Geosciences at Trinity University.

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  • Philippe Guillaume

    Philippe Guillaume Lecturer,  University of Berne

    Philippe Guillaume is lecturer at the Institüt für Bibelwissenschaft of the University of Berne, Switzerland. He is a staff member of the current Jezreel Expedition. His latest research focuses on biblical chronography and calendars, ancient games and divination, and an agrarian approach to the Hebrew Bible. His latest books are Land, Credit and Crisis: Agrarian Finance in the Hebrew Bible (Equinox, 2012); Studies in Magic and Divination in the Biblical World, edited with Helen R. Jacobus and Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme (Gorgias Press, 2013); and A History of Biblical Israel: The Fate of the Tribes and Kingdoms from Merneptah to Bar Kochba, co-authored with Ernst Axel Knauf (Equinox, 2015).

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  • David Gunn

    David M. Gunn Professor Emeritus,  Texas Christian University

    David Gunn is A. A. Bradford Professor Emeritus of Religion at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. Among his many publications are The Story of King David (Sheffield Academic, 1978), Gender, Power, and Promise (Abingdon, 1993), and Judges Through the Centuries (Wiley-Blackwell, 2005). He has long pursued research interests in Hebrew Bible narrative, feminist criticism, and the use and influence (reception history) of the Bible in Western culture. He is currently working on Samuel Through the Centuries for the Wiley-Blackwell commentary series, of which he is a coeditor.

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