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Isabel Bond

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M.A. Student, Instructor of Record

Isabel Bond is a second-year M.A. student and instructor of record in the Department of Religion at the University of Georgia.

Working with Dr. Wayne Coppins in the area of Biblical Studies, her current research focuses on Hell and the afterlife in Christianity from biblical and historical perspectives, as well as the concepts of Christ’s descent into Hades and post-mortem salvation (or “rescue”) in the early Christian church. 

Starting in Fall 2024, she will teach RELI 1001: Introduction to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. 

Education:

B.A., Philosophy & Religion and History, Piedmont University

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