Rodney Caruthers II (Inspiration in Biblical Times) is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He studies ancient Jewish texts written in Greek.
Sidnie White Crawford (Milestone: Weston Fields (1948–2023)) is Professor Emerita at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Visiting Scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Aaron Demsky (Daedalus in Jerusalem) is Professor Emeritus of Jewish History in Antiquity at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
Chris McKinny (The Millo: Jerusalem’s Lost Monument) is a research fellow at Gesher Media, a faculty member at Jerusalem University College, and a senior staff member at the Tel Burna Archaeological Project.
Dennis Mizzi (Were Temple Offerings Buried at Qumran?) is a senior lecturer in Hebrew and ancient Judaism at the University of Malta. He specializes in Qumran studies, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and early Judaism.
Gary A. Rendsburg (Moses as Pharaoh’s Equal—Horns and All) is the Blanche and Irving Laurie Chair in Jewish History at Rutgers University. He has published on the Hebrew language, biblical literature, and the relationship between ancient Israel and Egypt.