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  • Shalom E. Holtz

    Shalom E. Holtz Associate Professor,  Yeshiva University

    Shalom E. Holtz is associate professor of Bible and chair of the Robert M. Beren Department of Jewish Studies at Yeshiva University. He is the author of Neo-Babylonian Court Procedure (Brill, 2009) and Neo Babylonian Trial Records (Society of Biblical Literature, 2014) and coeditor, with Ari Mermelstein, of The Divine Courtroom in Comparative Perspective (Brill, 2015).

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  • Christopher Hooker

    Christopher Hooker PhD Candidate,  Princeton Theological Seminary

    Christopher Hooker is the font coordinator for the Society of Biblical Literature and a PhD candidate in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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  • Leslie Hoppe

    Leslie Hoppe Professor,  Catholic Theological Union

    Leslie J. Hoppe, O.F.M., professor of Old Testament studies at Catholic Theological Union, has written on Jerusalem in the theology of the Old Testament and has been the academic director of CTU’s Israel Study Program, located in Azariah, a village near Jerusalem.

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  • Heidi J. Hornik

    Heidi J. Hornik Professor,  Baylor University

    Heidi J. Hornik is professor of Italian Renaissance and Baroque art history at Baylor University in Texas. In addition to writing the first biography on the artist, Michele Tosini and the Ghirlandaio Workshop in Cinquecento Florence, she has co-authored three interdisciplinary volumes on art and theology, Illuminating Luke, with Mikeal C. Parsons. The Acts of the Apostles Through the Centuries in Art, also by Hornik and Parsons in the Blackwell Bible Commentaries, is forthcoming in 2014.

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