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Longenecker, Bruce W.

Distinguished Senior Fellow
Professor of Religion and W.W. Melton Chair
Baylor University
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Dr. Longenecker joined the Baylor faculty in August 2009, having taught previously at St Andrews University (Scotland, 1999-2009), Cambridge University (England, 1995-1999) and Durham University (England, 1991-1995).

A New Testament scholar with over twenty books published, Professor Longenecker has also contributed to research beyond New Testament studies, including The Cross before Constantine: The Early Life of a Christian Symbol (2015) and The Crosses of Pompeii: Jesus-Devotion in a Vesuvian Town (2016). His research interest focus particularly on early Christianity in its Greco-Roman context.

 

He is married to Fiona Bond, and they have two boys.

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