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jrcagle 02:23, 26 April 2006 (UTC) - About to graduate from Reformed Theological Seminary. Areas of interest: Pauline epistles, translation, literary criticism. Happy to help; not a lot of free time.Reply[reply]
Covinben (talk) 00:24, 18 November 2008 (UTC) My focus is Early Christian Languages, Biblical Text, and Exegetical Tradition. I have a special interest and emphasis on Discourse Analysis and the Jerusalem letters.Reply[reply]
Dcollins52([[User talk: Dcollins52|talk}})16:27, 28 November 2008 (UTC) I am a Christian and know a ton of stuff about the Bible, but I am not exactly a Bible buff.Reply[reply]
Hendersonsage (talk) 12:32, 7 June 2009 (UTC)I'm a religion major at UNC Pembroke. I have a broad area of expertise including; Higher Criticism (especially source criticism), How the Bible was written/History of the Bible, Different cannons and there development, Historical/cultural back ground of Old/New Testament, and Apocrypha and Psuedepigrapha (especially the Gospel of Thomas).Reply[reply]
Jaden1138 (talk) 15:08, 16 July 2009 (UTC) I am a Non-Denominational Evangelical Christian with a love for the Bible and for people. Also I graduated with honors in English from high school so I can help by correcting English spelling and grammatical errors when I see them. I am also a self-taught graphic artist and if I am needed, I can create graphics for this site. But I may need help with copyrighting. I do have a Creative Commons Copyright account for my artwork, if that is useful here.Reply[reply]
EncycloPetey (talk) 03:56, 10 December 2011 (UTC) Since I'm working, I might as well list myself. I have a minor in Biblical Studies, and have taught Bible customs, the history of the Jewish kingdoms, the exile / return, and the major prophets. I have a good knowledge of Latin, and some experience with Koine Greek. I own several translations in several languages.Reply[reply]
JohnChrysostom (talk) 02:10, 18 December 2011 (UTC) I've a BA in Philosophy and Comparative Religions, and am pursuing graduate studies as a Latin-rite Catholic seminarian. I can read Pseudo-Attic (i.e. Plato) and Koine Greek as well as Classical, Medieval, and Ecclesiastical Latin. Study of the Bible is a personal passion, rivaling my passion for philosophy, theology and ancient history. I own all of the major and most of the minor English translations (DRC, KJV, ASV, Knox, CCD, RSV, RSV-CE, RSV-2CE, Jerusalem Bible, NAB, NIV 1984, NASB, NKJV, NJB, REB, NRSV, NLT, OSB, NETS, NABRE, etc.), several versions in other languages, the Clementina and Nova Vulgatae, as well as most of the Greek source texts (W&H, NA27/UBS4, TR, Hodges-Farstad Majority Text, Rahlf's Septuagint, Brenton's LXX), with the exception of the Gottingen LXX. I have on hand also most ancient pagan and Jewish sources referring to the Christians or Jesus, the 38-volume collection of the Fathers, etc. if anyone needs anything referenced. If I would have to declare areas of expertise or specialty in specifically Biblical studies (without crossing in to theology or ecclesiastical history or the Fathers, where there is some overlap), it would be in the LXX, the OT canon, the non-canonical texts of the intertestamental and NT periods/pseudepigrapha, and the NT canon, with several other subjects in close proximity.Reply[reply]
DoctorLazarusLong (talk) 16:13, 20 March 2012 (UTC) Anthropology major, but long standing student of Biblical exegesis. Wrote my last major capstone essay on what the canonical Bible says about the afterlife vs what has come into Christian afterlife mythos from other sources.Reply[reply]
Drchrisheard (talk) 23:52, 24 August 2012 (UTC) Assoc. Prof. of Religion at Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA. Areas of specialty: Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, especially Genesis and other narrative texts.Reply[reply]
"# YTKJ (talk) 21:39, 3 July 2022 (UTC)" - I used to edit under the name Vorbee, but that was on the old computer which I no longer use, and I am still interested in being an active member of this WikiProject.
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