Andrew C. Skinner Andrew C. Skinner is a professor of ancient scripture and ancient Near Eastern studies at Brigham Young University. A former dean of Religious Education (2000–2006) and founding executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at BYU (2006–2008), he served as department chair of Ancient Scripture and as Richard L. Evans Professor of Religious Understanding (2010–2013). In addition, he has taught several times at BYU’s Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies and served as its academic director. He is a member of the Dead Sea Scroll Foundation advisory board and of the international group reediting and retranslating the scrolls. He is the author or coauthor of twenty-one books, including The Savior’s Final Week and To Become Like God, as well as over two hundred articles on religious and historical topics in journals, encyclopedias, and edited volumes. He is also the editor or coeditor of seven volumes. Dr. Skinner holds academic degrees from the University of Colorado, Iliff School of Theology, Harvard University, and the University of Denver and pursued graduate studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
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