Notes on Contributors

Paul N. Anderson

(PhD, University of Glasgow), Professor of Biblical and Quaker Studies at George Fox University, Oregon, USA, also Extraordinary Professor of Religion at North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.

Gabriele Boccaccini

(PhD, University of Turin), Founding Director of the Enoch Seminar, and Professor of Second Temple Judaism and Early Rabbinic Literature at the University of Michigan, USA.

Crispin Fletcher-Louis

(DPhil, Oxford), Director of Whymanity Research and Training, United Kingdom.

Charles A. Gieschen

(PhD, University of Michigan), Professor of Exegetical Theology and Academic Dean at Concordia Theological Seminary, Indiana, USA.

William Loader

(Dr theol, Mainz), Emeritus Professor of New Testament at Murdoch University, Perth, Australia.

James F. McGrath

(PhD, University of Durham), Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, Indiana, USA.

Jocelyn McWhirter

(PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary), Stanley S. Kresge Professor of Religious Studies at Albion College, Michigan, USA.

Marida Nicolaci

(Licentiate in Sacred Scripture, Pontifical Biblical Institute; Doctorate in Biblical Theology, Theological Faculty of Sicily), Professor of New Testament at Theological Faculty of Sicily, Italy.

Adele Reinhartz

(PhD, McMaster University), Professor in the Department of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Benjamin E. Reynolds

(PhD, University of Aberdeen, King’s College), Associate Professor of New Testament, Tyndale University College, Toronto, Canada.

Beth M. Stovell

(PhD, McMaster Divinity College), Associate Professor of Old Testament, Ambrose Seminary at Ambrose University, Calgary, Canada.

Andrea Taschl-Erber

(PhD, University of Vienna), Postdoctoral scientific assistant in the Department for Old Testament Studies at the University of Graz, Austria.

Meredith J. C. Warren

(PhD, McGill University), Lecturer in Biblical and Religious Studies at the University of Sheffield and Deputy Director of the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies, England, United Kingdom.

Catrin H. Williams

(PhD, Cambridge University), Reader in New Testament and Joint Head of School at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, Lampeter, Wales, United Kingdom.

Joel Willitts

(PhD, Cambridge University), Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at North Park University, Illinois, USA.

Ruben Zimmermann

(PhD, University of Heidelberg), Professor of New Testament in the Protestant Faculty of Theology at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany, also Research Associate of the Department of Old and New Testament Studies of the University of the Freestate, Bloemfontein, South Africa.

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