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Benjamin Starr

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PhD Student

Benjamin Starr is a PhD student in the Religion Department at the University of Georgia, focusing on the Hebrew Bible. He is currently exploring the function of the threat of exile as divine punishment and its role in prophetic rhetoric. He is also a Teaching Assistant for Dr. Friedman's RELI 1003 (Introduction to Religious Thought) course.

In Fall 2021, he will be teaching two sections of RELI 1001 (Judaism, Christianity, Islam).

 

Education:

Th.M. Candler School of Theology, Emory University

M.A. Reformed Theological Seminary

M.A. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

B.S. Georgia Institute of Technology

Courses Regularly Taught:

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