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  • gilmour-michael

    Michael Gilmour Professor of New Testament & English Literature,  Providence University College

    Michael Gilmour teaches New Testament at Providence University College (Canada). Among his publications is Eden’s Other Residents: The Bible and Animals (Cascade, 2014).

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  • Gilmour-Rachelle

    Rachelle Gilmour Bromby Senior Lecturer in Old Testament ,  Trinity College, University of Divinity (Melbourne)

    Rachelle Gilmour is Bromby Senior Lecturer in Old Testament at Trinity College, University of Divinity (Melbourne). Her monographs include Representing the Past: A Literary Analysis of Narrative Historiography in the Book of Samuel (Brill, 2011), and a forthcoming volume, Divine Violence in the Book of Samuel (Oxford University Press).

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  • Beth Glazier-McDonald

    Beth Glazier-McDonald Professor,  Centre College

    Beth Glazier-McDonald is professor of religion at Centre College. She was a contributing author to Eerdmans’ Dictionary of the Bible, Women in Scripture, and The Women’s Bible Commentary. She has also written widely on the prophet Malachi.

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  • John Goldingay

    John Goldingay Professor,  Fuller Theological Seminary

    John Goldingay is the David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. Previously he taught at St John’s Theological College, Nottingham, United Kingdom. He is also priest-in-charge of St Barnabas Church, Pasadena. He wrote the commentary on Isaiah in the New International Biblical Commentary (Hendrickson, 2001) and also the commentary on Isaiah in the Old Testament for Everyone series (Westminster John Knox, forthcoming).

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