Thomas B. Dozeman, Ph.D. (1986) in Ancient Near Eastern Religion, Columbia University, is Professor of Hebrew Bible at United Theological Seminary. He has published a number of books on the Pentateuch.
Craig A. Evans, Ph.D. (1983) in Religious Studies, Claremont Graduate University, is Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament, at Acadia Divinity College and Acadia University. He has published a number of books on the function of the Old Testament in the New Testament.
Joel N. Lohr, Ph.D. (2007) in Old Testament, Durham University, is Dean of Religious Life and Associate Professor at University of the Pacific. His research concentrates on the Pentateuch (Torah) and Jewish-Christian dialogue.
Biblical Scholars, Exodus Scholars, Scholars of Second Temple Judaism, Textual Critics, Scholars of Biblical Interpretation, Biblical Theologians
"... this volume belongs on the shelf of every college, seminary, and university library and will be of interest to any scholar interested in the book of Exodus, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament textual traditions and translations, as well as early Jewish and Christian traditions of interpretation. It is to be hoped that many more such volumes are produced, representing such broad scholarly collaboration on related texts from such diverse methodological backgrounds."
Jeffrey L. Morrow, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
Table of contents
Contributors are: Rainer Albertz, Suzanne Boorer, Walter Brueggemann, Bruce Chilton, Sidnie White Crawford, Lutz Doering, Christoph Dohmen, Thomas B. Dozeman (editor), Joel C. Elowsky, Craig A. Evans (editor), David L. Everson, Terence E. Fretheim, Jan Christian Gertz, Lester L. Grabbe, Leonard J. Greenspoon, William Johnstone, Joel N. Lohr (editor), Jerome A. Lund, Wolfgang Oswald, Thomas Römer, Konrad Schmid, Paul Spilsbury, Gregory E. Sterling, Helmut Utzschneider, Burton L. Visotzky, and David P. Wright.