About the Author
George J. Brooke (PhD 1978, Claremont Graduate School) is Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, Manchester, England. He has edited New Qumran Texts and Studies (Brill 1992), The Allegro Qumran Collection (Brill 1996) and written The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament (SPCK 2005). He is continuing editorial work on the Dead Sea Scrolls. Hindy Najman (PhD 1998, Harvard University) is Associate Professor in the Department and Center for the Study of Religion and Jewish Studies Program at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. She has written Seconding Sinai (Brill 2003) and co-edited The Idea of Biblical Interpretation (Brill 2004). She is interested in exile, revelation, prophecy, pseudepigraphy and other related topics in ancient Judaism. Loren T. Stuckenbruck (PhD 1994, Princeton Theological Seminary) is B.F. Wescott Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Durham, Durham, England. He has written Angel Veneration and Christology (Mohr Siebeck 1995) and 1 Enoch 91-108: A Commentary (de Gruyter 2007). He is active in research on Jewish aspects of the New Testament and on Enoch traditions in antiquity.