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    Charlie Trimm Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies ,  Talbot School of Theology, Biola University

    Charlie Trimm is associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. He received his PhD in Old Testament from Wheaton College and is the author of Fighting for the King and the Gods: A Survey of Warfare in the Ancient Near East (SBL Press, 2017) and The Destruction of the Canaanites: A Survey of Recent Approaches (Eerdmans, 2022).

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  • Graham H. Twelftree

    Graham H. Twelftree Professor,  Regent University

    Graham H. Twelftree is distinguished professor of New Testament, School of Divinity, Regent University, Virginia Beach. Among other books, he has written People of the Spirit: Exploring Luke’s View of the Church (SPCK and Baker Academic, 2009). He is a member of Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas and the editorial board of the Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus.

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  • Joshua Tyra

    Joshua Tyra PhD Student,  Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

    Joshua Tyra is a PhD student in Old Testament and ancient Near Eastern history, archaeology, and languages at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is an active composer, musical theater director, arranger, and piano accompanist.

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  • Shani Tzoref

    Shani Tzoref Lecturer,  Geiger College

    Shani Tzoref is a lecturer in Bible and biblical exegesis at Geiger College and the University of Potsdam and a fellow at the Qumran Institute in Göttingen. She led the research team for the launching of the Israel Antiquity Authority's Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library.

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