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  • Francis Deblauwe

    Francis Deblauwe Editor,  Alexandria Archive Institute

    Francis Deblauwe is a scholar of ancient Mesopotamia and an editor with the Alexandria Archive Institute, San Francisco. He has excavated in Belgium, Jordan, Syria, and Turkey and has taught at universities in Germany and the United States. He has written about spatial analysis of buildings, digital archaeology, and Yemeni and Iraqi heritage in international academic as well as popular publications.

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  • April D. DeConick

    April D. DeConick Professor,  Rice University

    April D. DeConick is the Isla Carroll and Percy E. Turner Professor of Biblical Studies at Rice University. She is the author of The Thirteenth Apostle: What the Gospel of Judas Really Says (Continuum, 2007) and Holy Misogyny: Why the Sex and Gender Conflicts in the Early Church Still Matter (Continuum, 2011).

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  • Nicola Denzey Lewis

    Nicola Denzey Lewis Visiting Associate Professor,  Brown University

    Nicola Denzey Lewis is a visiting associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Brown University. An award-winning teacher and researcher, she is a frequent contributor to Bible Odyssey. She is also featured in documentaries on the Bible and Early Christianity on the History Channel, the BBC, and CNN's new six-part series, Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, and Forgery.

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  • David A. deSilva

    David A. deSilva Professor,  Ashland Theological Seminary

    David A. deSilva is Trustees’ Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary. He is the author of more than 20 books on Second Temple Judaism and early Christian literature, including Seeing Things John’s Way: The Rhetoric of the Book of Revelation (Westminster John Knox Press, 2009). 

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