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N. T. Wright

N. T. Wright is an English New Testament scholar and served as the Bishop of Durham from 2003-10. His latest book, “The New Testament in Its World” (Zondervan Academic) will be available in November. Credit: MM Public Relations.

Christopher Tyerman

Craig Bruce Smith

Craig Bruce Smith is an Assistant Professor of History and the Director of the History Program at William Woods University and the author of “American Honor: The Creation of the Nation’s Ideals during the Revolutionary Era.” Photo provided by Craig Bruce Smith.

Joshua Wolf Shenk

Joshua Wolf Shenk is the author of “Lincoln’s Melancholy: How Depression A President and Fueled His Greatness.” Photo by Greg Martin.

Max Perry Mueller

Max Perry Mueller is the author of “Race and the Making of the Mormon People.” Photo provided by Regina Mahalek, University of North Carolina Press.

Andrew Walker

Andrew Walker is an actor and producer known for his roles on ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ and numerous Hallmark movies. Photo provided by Andrew Walker.

Wendy Ulrich

Wendy Ulrich is a psychologist and prolific author. Her latest book is ‘Live Up to Our Privileges: Women, Power, and Priesthood’ (Deseret Book, 2019).

Jedediah Rogers

Jedediah Rogers is co-managing editor of Utah Historical Quarterly and co-editor of ‘The Earth Will Appear as the Garden of Eden:Essays on Mormon Environmental History’ (University of Utah Press, 2019).

Louis Midgley

Louis C. Midgley is a retired professor of political science at BYU. Credit: Kurt Manwaring

Rick Atkinson

Rick Atkinson is the bestselling author of ‘An Army at Dawn’ (winner of the Pulitzer Prize for history). His latest book is, ‘The British Are Coming: The War for America, Lexington to Princeton, 1775-1777 .’ Credit: Elliott O’Donovan

Jodi Magness

Jodi Magness is an archeologist and scholar of religion. She is the author of ‘Masada: From Jewish Revolt to Modern Myth.’ Credit: Jim Haberman

Benjamin Park

Benjamin E. Park return to 10 questions to discuss his forthcoming book, “Kingdom of Nauvoo: The Rise and Fall of a Religious Empire on the American Frontier.”, Photo provided by Benjamin Park

Darren Sumner

Darren Sumner is an instructor in theology and church history with special interest in christology.

Malka Simkovich

Malka Simkovich is the Crown-Ryan Chair of Jewish Studies and director of the Catholic-Jewish Studies program at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Credit: Durom Shem-Tov.

Rabbi Steven Bob

Rabbi Steven Bob served as Senior Rabbi of Congregation Etz Chaim for 35 years. His delight in the Bible, his sense of humor, his love of teaching and learning, and his ability to connect with people of all ages are some of the gifts he brings to everything he does. Credit: Beryl E. Jacobsen.

W. Paul Reeve

Paul Reeve is president of the Mormon History Association and the Simmons Professor of Mormon Studies in the History Department at the University of Utah.

Jennifer Potter

Jennifer Potter is a Royal Literary Fund Consultant Fellow and author of the forthcoming Oxford publication, “The Jamestown Brides: The Story of England’s ‘Maid’s for Virginia.'” Credit: Sam Churchill.

Lincoln Blumell

Lincoln Blumell is the editor of ‘New Testament History, Culture, and Society: A Background to the Texts of the New Testament’ (BYU Religious Studies Center, 2019). Credit: Jaren Wilkey/BYU © BYU

Katherine Kitterman

Katherine Kitterman is the Historical Director of Better Days 2020. Photo provided by Katherine Kitterman.

Tony Spawforth

Tony Spawforth is the author of ‘The Story of Greece and Rome (Yale University Press, 2018)