James Tabor

biblical scholar

1946   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: University of Chicago, Pepperdine University
occupation: historian, university teacher, writer
award received: O. Henry Award

James D. Tabor (born 1946 in Texas) is a Biblical scholar and Professor of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he has taught since 1989 and served as Chair from 2004–14. He previously held positions at Ambassador College (1968–70 while a student at Pepperdine University), the University of Notre Dame (1979–85), and the College of William and Mary (1985–89). Tabor is the founder and director of the Original Bible Project, a non-profit organisation aimed to produce a re-ordered new translation of the Bible in English.
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works

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Things Unutterable

author: James Tabor

Paul and Jesus

author: James Tabor

The Jesus Discovery

author: Simcha Jacobovici, James Tabor

Why Waco?

author: James Tabor, Eugene V. Gallagher

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