Contributors

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  • John Painter

    John Painter Professor,  Charles Sturt University

    John Painter is Foundation Professor of Theology at St. Mark’s National Theological Centre, School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Canberra Campus, Australia. His publications include John Witness and Theologian (SPCK, 1975) and The Quest for the Messiah: The History, Literature and Theology of the Johannine Community (T&T Clark and Abingdon, 1993).

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  • Julie Faith Parker

    Julie Faith Parker Assistant Professor,  Trinity Lutheran Seminary

    Julie Faith Parker is an assistant professor of Old Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio. Her most recent book, Valuable and Vulnerable (Brown University, 2013) is about children in the Hebrew Bible.

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  • Peeler-Amy

    Amy Peeler Associate Professor of New Testament,  Wheaton College

    Amy Peeler is Associate Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College and Associate Rector at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church in Geneva, IL. She is author of “You Are My Son:” The Family of God in the Epistle to the Hebrews (T&T Clark, 2014) and continues to write about family themes in the New Testament, with special attention to Mary, the mother of God.

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  • David Penchansky

    David Penchansky Professor,  University of St. Thomas

    David Penchansky is professor of theology at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is the author of several books, including Understanding Wisdom Literature (Eerdmans, 2012), Twilight of the Gods: Polytheism in the Hebrew Bible (Westminster John Knox, 2005), and What Rough Beast: Images of God in the Hebrew Bible (Westminster John Knox, 1999).

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