The Creation of Heaven and Earth: Re-Interpretation of Genesis I in the Context of Judaism, Ancient Philosophy, Christianity, and Modern Physics

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EDWARD ADAMS, Lecturer in New Testament Studies, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King's College London

ROBBERT M. VAN DEN BERG, Post-Doctoral Researcher of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) & Lecturer in Ancient Philosophy, Department of Classics, University of Leiden

JAN N. BREMMER, Professor of the General History of Religion and Comparative Religious Studies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen

BOUDEWIJN DEHANDSCHUTTER, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology, Faculty of Theology, Catholic University of Leuven

JOHN DILLON, Regius Professor of Greek, School of Classics, Trinity College Dublin

FLORENTINO GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ, Professor of the Religion and Literature of Early Judaism & Director of the Qumran Institute, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen, and Research Professor of Theology, Catholic University of Leuven

GEORGE H. VAN KOOTEN, University Lecturer in New Testament and Early Christian Studies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen

ED NOORT, Professor of Ancient Israelite Literature, Old Testament Interpretation, the History of Israelite Religion and Intertestamental Literature, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen

WILLEMIEN OTTEN, Professor of the History of the Church, Department of Theology, University of Utrecht

JACQUES T.A.G.M. VAN RUITEN, Senior University Lecturer in Ancient Israelite Literature, Old Testament Interpretation, and Early Jewish Literature, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen

TEUN TIELEMAN, University Lecturer in Ancient Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Utrecht

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