Eric D. Huntsman is a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University (Provo), where he also directs the Ancient Near Eastern Studies Program in the Kennedy Center for International Studies. After majoring in classical Greek and Latin at BYU, he received his MA and PhD in ancient history from the University of Pennsylvania. He taught classics at BYU from 1994–2003, where his work focused on women in imperial Rome. Since transferring to the Department of Ancient Scripture, he has published a number of articles and chapters on the New Testament and especially Johannine literature. In addition to his more academic work, he has published widely for a broader Latter-day Saint audience, his most recent book being Becoming the Beloved Disciple: Coming unto Christ through the Gospel of John (Cedar Fort, 2018).
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