Contributors

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

  • Baruch J. Schwartz

    Baruch J. Schwartz Associate Professor,  Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Baruch J. Schwartz is associate professor of biblical studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research centers on the Torah and its composition, biblical religion and law, classical prophetic literature and medieval biblical exegesis. He is the author of The Holiness Legislation (Magnes Press, 1999) and of the commentary on Leviticus in The Jewish Study Bible (Oxford University Press, 2004, 2014) as well as numerous scholarly articles on biblical topics.

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  • Schwiebert-Jonathan

    Jonathan Schwiebert Professor of Religious Studies,  Lenoir-Rhyne University

    Jonathan Schwiebert is Professor of Religious Studies at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, North Carolina. He is the author of Knowledge and the Coming Kingdom (T&T Clark, 2008) and numerous articles exploring New Testament interpretation and early Christian rituals.

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  • Love L. Sechrest

    Love L. Sechrest Associate Professor,  Fuller Theological Seminary

    Love L. Sechrest is associate professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary and co-chair of the African American Biblical Hermeneutics section in the Society of Biblical Literature. She is the author of A Former Jew: Paul and the Dialectics of Race (Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2010).

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    Chris Seeman Associate Professor of Theology,  Walsh University

    Chris Seeman, PhD (2002), University of California at Berkeley, is Associate Professor of Theology at Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio. His publications include Rome and Judea in Transition: Hasmonean Relations with the Roman Republic and the Evolution of the High Priesthood (New York: Lang, 2013) and, with Paul Spilsbury, Flavius Josephus: Translation and Commentary, Judean Antiquities 11 (Leiden: Brill, 2017).

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