Harold W. Attridge

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Harold W. Attridge (born November 1946) served as the Dean of the Yale Divinity School between 2002 and 2012 before becoming a Sterling Professor of Divinity. His educational background includes an A.B. from Boston College, a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Cambridge, and a Ph.D. from Harvard. He was a fellow of the Jesus Seminar.[1]

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  • Essays on John and Hebrews (2010)
  • The Acts of Thomas (2010)
  • Religion, Ethnicity, and Identity in Ancient Galilee: A Region in Transition (ed. with Jurgen Zangenberg and Dale B. Martin 2007)
  • The HarperCollins Study Bible: Fully Revised & Updated (ed. 2006)
  • Psalms in Community: Jewish and Christian Textual, Liturgical, and Artistic Traditions (ed. with Margot Elsbeth Fassler 2004)
  • Eusebius, Christianity, and Judaism (ed. with Gohei Hata 1992)
  • Of Scribes and Scrolls: Studies on the Hebrew Bible, Intertestamental Judaism, and Christian Origins (ed. 1990)
  • Hebrews: A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews (1989)
  • Nag Hammadi Codex I (The Jung Codex) (1985, Volume editor and contributor, Gospel of Truth, with George MacRae, and the Tripartite Tractate, with Elaine Pagles)
  • The Apocalypse of Elijah: Based on P. Chester Beatty 2018 (ed. with Albert Pietersma and Susan Turner Comstock 1981)
  • Philo of Byblos, The Phoenician History (with Robert A. Oden, 1981)
  • First-century Cynicism in the Epistles of Heraclitus (1976)
  • The Interpretation of Biblical History in the Antiquitates Judaicae of Flavis Josephus (1976)
  • The Syrian goddess (De Dea Syria) attributed to Lucian (with R. Oden, 1976)
  • The Testament of Job (with R. A. Kraft, et al., 1974)

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