Michael R. Trotter is a doctoral student of Christianity in antiquity in the Department of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Brigham Young University (Provo) in ancient Near Eastern studies and classics, with an emphasis in early Christianity. He specializes in early Christian understandings of the devil, New Testament textual criticism, and Greek papyrology. His coauthored publications include “P.Oxy. LXIV 4405: An Early Witness to a System of Textual Division at Oxyrhynchus” (Journal of Juristic Papyrology, 2016) and “Three New Fragments from the J. Rendel Harris Collection (Birmingham)” (Analecta Papyrologica, 2016). He was also a key contributor to Didymus the Blind’s Commentary on Psalms 26:10–29:2 and 36:1–3 (Brepols, 2019).
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