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  • Dennis R. MacDonald

    Dennis R. MacDonald Professor,  Claremont School of Theology

    Dennis R. MacDonald is the John Wesley Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at the Claremont School of Theology and the Claremont Lincoln University.

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  • Nathan MacDonald

    Nathan MacDonald Lecturer,  University of Cambridge

    Nathan MacDonald is university lecturer in Hebrew Bible at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of St. John's College. He previously held positions at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and the University of Göttingen in Germany. His publications include What Did the Ancient Israelite Eat? Diet in Biblical Times (Eerdmans, 2008), Not Bread Alone: The Meaning of Food in the Old Testament (Oxford University Press, 2008), and Deuteronomy and the Meaning of “Monotheism” (Mohr Siebeck, 2003). 

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  • Macwilliam-Stuart

    Stuart Macwilliam ,  

    Stuart Macwilliam’s first degree was in Classics at the University of Cambridge (UK), and his career was spent in academic librarianship. He came to theology later in life with a second degree from the University of Exeter (UK), followed by a PhD in biblical studies in 2006. He was a lecturer in the Department of Theology at Exeter from 2006–2011, teaching Biblical Hebrew and New Testament Greek. His research interest was queer theory and the Hebrew Bible, and he published articles on Jeremiah, Hosea, Queen Athaliah, masculinities and male beauty. His book Queer Theory and the Prophetic Marriage Metaphor in the Hebrew Bible was published in 2011. 

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  • Aren M. Maeir

    Aren M. Maeir Professor,  Bar-Ilan University

    Aren M. Maeir is professor of archaeology at Bar-Ilan University and is the director of the Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project.

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