Contributors

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  • Michael Joseph Brown

    Michael Joseph Brown Associate Dean,  Wabash College

    Michael Joseph Brown is associate dean of the College and director of the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies at Wabash College. He is the author of What They Don’t Tell You: A Survivor’s Guide to Biblical Studies (Westminster John Knox Press, 2000), The Lord’s Prayer Through North African Eyes: A Window into Early Christianity (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2004), and Blackening of the Bible: The Aims of African American Biblical Scholarship (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2004).

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  • William P. Brown

    William P. Brown Professor,  Columbia Theological Seminary

    William P. Brown is the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary.

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  • Walter Brueggemann

    Walter Brueggemann Professor Emeritus,  Columbia Theological Seminary

    Walter Brueggemann is professor emeritus at Columbia Theological Seminary. He has recently authored The Practice of Prophetic Imagination (Fortress, 2012), Journey to the Common Good (Westminster John Knox, 2010), and Truth-Telling as Subversive Obedience (Wipf & Stock, 2011).

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    Simeon Burke PhD student,  University of Edinburgh

    Simeon Burke is a Wolfson Scholar and PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, where he is writing his thesis on the pre-Constantinian reception of Jesus’s command to “render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.” His MPhil thesis, completed at the University of Cambridge, was on the subject of the Gospel of Thomas’s representation of Judaism. 

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