Contributors

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

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  • Steven L. McKenzie

    Steven L. McKenzie Professor,  Rhodes College

    Steven L. McKenzie is professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and Spence L. Wilson Senior Research Fellow at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. His research and teaching interests include the history of ancient Israel, the literature of the Hebrew Bible, Hebrew language, the Dead Sea Scrolls, methods of biblical interpretation, and archaeology.

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  • McMurry-Allie

    Allie McMurry graduate,  Oklahoma City University

    Allie McMurry bio: Allie McMurry is a recent graduate of Oklahoma City University where she majored in Religious Education and Philosophy and minored in Interfaith Studies. She will continue her studies by pursuing an MA at Union Theological Seminary in New York.

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  • Amy C. Merrill Willis

    Amy C. Merrill Willis Assistant Professor,  Lynchburg College

    Amy C. Merrill Willis is assistant professor of religious studies at Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia. She is the author of Dissonance and the Drama of Divine Sovereignty in the Book of Daniel (T & T Clark, 2010).

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  • Maria Metzler

    Maria Metzler Ph.D. candidate,  Harvard University

    Maria Metzler is a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University and is writing her dissertation on the ark of the covenant. She is interested in the complex relationship between gods and objects in the ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible. She has previously explored the topic of divine and royal furniture in her article “King Og’s Iron Bed” (Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 2011). Metzler draws on many types of literature to illuminate biblical texts, from Babylonian incantations and ancient Greek tragedy to modern American poetry.

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