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"Jezebel, Elijah, and the Widow of Zarephath: A Ménage à Trois that Estranges the Holy and Makes the Holy the Strange" In the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament.

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Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University
Biblical Interpretation
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Stephanie Wyatt is in the dissertation phase of her Ph.D. studies in the area of Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) at Brite Divinity School in Ft Worth, TX. A life-long Baptist and an ordained minister, she is passionate about biblical interpretation, Christian education, social justice, living sustainably, and healthy, yet delicious food. In her spare time Stephanie enjoys spending time with her significant other, Adam, participating in worship planning for her church, trying local restaurants, listening to folk, jazz, and blues, and aerobic dancing (Zumba). In beginning the job search process, she is looking for a position teaching undergraduates or seminary students how to be thoughtful citizens and sensitive biblical interpreters. Originally hailing from East Tennessee, she misses the mountains and Grainger County tomatoes, but enjoys exploring the fantastic art museums in Dallas/Ft Worth. Presently Stephanie resides in Syracuse, New York.