Contributors

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  • Megan Warner

    Megan Warner Visiting Researcher,  King's College

    Megan Warner is Visiting Researcher at King’s College London and specializes in interpretation of narrative and law in the Hebrew Bible. She is the author of Re-imagining Abraham: A Re-assessment of the Influence of Deuteronomism in Genesis (Brill, 2018) and Abraham: A Journey through Lent (SPCK, 2015), and editor, with Richard A. Burridge and Jonathan Sacks, of Confronting Religious Violence: A Counternarrative (Baylor University, 2018).

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  • Cecilia Wassen

    Cecilia Wassen Associate Professor,  Uppsala University

    Cecilia Wassen is an associate professor in the Department of Theology at Uppsala University. Her research focuses on women in the Dead Sea Scrolls, apocalypticism, and purity rules in early Judaism. Her book Women in the Damascus Document (SBL/Brill, 2005) analyzes the status and role of women in one document from the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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  • Tommy Wasserman

    Tommy Wasserman Dean and Lecturer,  Örebro School of Theology

    Tommy Wasserman is academic dean and lecturer in New Testament at Örebro School of Theology in Sweden. His latest book is The Epistle of Jude: Its Text and Transmission (Almqvist & Wiksell International, 2006), and he has contributed to Mark and Matthew I: Comparative Readings: Understanding the Earliest Gospels in their First-Century Settings (Mohr Siebeck, 2011), The Early Text of the New Testament (Oxford University Press, 2012), and to The Text of the New Testament in Contemporary Research: Essays on the Status Questionis (Brill, 2013). 

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  • Dorothy Jean Weaver

    Dorothy Jean Weaver Professor,  Eastern Mennonite Seminary

    Dorothy Jean Weaver is professor of New Testament at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, VA. Her publications include Matthew’s Missionary Discourse: A Literary Critical Analysis (Sheffield Academic Press, 1990) and Bread for the Enemy: A Peace and Justice Lectionary (Mennonite Church Peace and Justice Committee, 2001).

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