Contributors

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  • Jacqueline Hidalgo

    Jacqueline Hidalgo Assistant Professor,  Williams College

    Jacqueline Hidalgo is an assistant professor in Latina/o Studies and Religion at Williams College. She is currently working on a book titled Reconquest of the Sacred. 

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  • Joel M. Hoffman

    Joel M. Hoffman Independent Scholar,  

    Joel M. Hoffman is a teacher, translator, and author. He is the creator of the on-line resource "The Unabridged Bible" and author of And God Said:  How Translations Conceal the Bible's Original Meaning (St. Martin's Press, 2010), which addresses significant and widespread translation mistakes in the Bible.

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    Susan Tower Hollis Professor Emerita ,  SUNY Empire State College

    Susan Tower Hollis is Professor Emerita from SUNY Empire State College focusing on Cultural Studies, Historical Studies, and Independently designed Masters in Liberal Studies Programs, all focused on adult learners. She is the author of The Ancient Egyptian “Tale of Two Brothers”: A Mythological, Religious, and Historico-Political Study, 2nd ed. (Oakville, CT: Bannerstone Press, 2008), and most recently Five Egyptian Goddesses: Their Possible Beginnings, Actions, and Relationships in the Third Millennium Bce. (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019).

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  • holloway-paul

    Paul A. Holloway University Professor of Classics and Ancient Christianity,  Sewanee: The University of the South

    Paul A. Holloway is University Professor of Classics and Ancient Christianity at Sewanee: The University of the South. He holds a PhD from the University of Chicago. In 2017 he published a commentary on Philippians for the Hermeneia series published by Fortress.

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