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  • Leonard Greenspoon

    Leonard Greenspoon Professor,  Creighton University

    Leonard Greenspoon is Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization at Creighton University, where he is also professor of classical and Near Eastern studies and of theology. He is coeditor (with Sidnie White Crawford) of The Book of Esther in Modern Research (T&T Clark, 2003), for which he also wrote an article, “From Maidens and Chamberlains to Harems and Hot Tubs: Five Hundred Years of Esther in English.” In addition, Greenspoon is a columnist for Biblical Archaeology Review, for which he writes “The Bible in the News,” a humor column.

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  • Greenstein-Edward

    Edward L. Greenstein Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies,  Bar-Ilan University

    Edward L. Greenstein is Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. He is widely published in biblical and ancient Near Eastern studies. His book Job: A New Translation (Yale University Press, 2019) received an award from the Association for Jewish Studies, and he was awarded the prestigious EMET Prize (“Israel’s Nobel”) in Biblical Studies in 2020.

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  • Kyle Greenwood

    Kyle Greenwood Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Language ,  Colorado Christian University

    Kyle Greenwood is associate professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Language at Colorado Christian University. He is the author of Scripture and Cosmology: Reading the Bible Between the Ancient World and Modern Science (IVP Academic, 2015), and the editor of Since the Beginning: Interpreting Gen 1–2 Through the Ages (Baker Academic, forthcoming).

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  • Jonathan S. Greer

    Jonathan S. Greer Assistant Professor,  Grand Rapids Theological Seminary

    Jonathan S. Greer is assistant professor of Old Testament at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, MI, with research interests in the convergence of biblical texts, archaeology, and ancient Near Eastern studies. He is the staff zooarchaeologist for the Tel Dan project and has written several articles and a book (Dinner at Dan, Brill 2013) pertaining to the religion of Jeroboam and the northern kingdom.

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