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  • John Huddlestun

    John Huddlestun Associate Professor,  College of Charleston

    John Huddlestun is an associate professor of religious studies at the College of Charleston (South Carolina), where he teaches classes in biblical and ancient Near Eastern studies. His publications deal with issues relating to ancient Egypt, Israel, and the Hebrew Bible.

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  • Herbert B. Huffmon

    Herbert B. Huffmon Professor Emeritus,  Drew University

    Herbert B. Huffmon has taught about the Hebrew Bible for more than 50 years, principally at Johns Hopkins University and at Drew University, and has also served for many years as a part-time minister. He is a minister member of Newton Presbytery.

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    Izaak J. de Hulster Researcher,  University of Helsinki

    Izaak J. de Hulster is university researcher and docent at the University of Helsinki. One of his specializations is the interpretation of the Hebrew Bible through its contemporary visual culture. He is founding cochair of the SBL Ancient Near Eastern Iconography and the Bible program units. He is the author of—among others—Iconographic Exegesis and Third Isaiah (Mohr Siebeck, 2009) and editor (with Brent Strawn and Ryan Bonfiglio) of Iconographic Exegesis of the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament: An Introduction to Its Method and Practice (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015). 

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  • Jeremy F. Hultin

    Jeremy F. Hultin Lecturer,  Murdoch University

    Jeremy F. Hultin is lecturer of New Testament at Murdoch University (Perth, Australia). He is author of The Ethics of Obscene Speech in Early Christianity and Its Environment (Brill 2008).

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