Michael Penn (author)

Michael Penn is the Teresa Hihn Moore Professor of Religious Studies at Stanford University, and formerly taught at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts.

His writings include the book ''Kissing Christians: Ritual, Community, and the Late Ancient Church'' (). He received a Guggenheim Fellowship and other grants for studies of the Syriac Christians and their relationship to Islam. He was quoted in ''USA Today'' regarding the veracity of the Gospel of Judas.

Penn's courses at Mount Holyoke included "What Didn't Make It into the Bible" and "Sex and the Early Church". Penn studied molecular biology and was a debater at Princeton University, then received his Ph.D. from Duke University. He attended Pinewood High School in California, from which he graduated in 1989. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Penn, Michael Philip,
Published 2015
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by Penn, Michael Philip,
Published 2015
Book
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by Penn, Michael Philip.
Published 2005
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by Penn, Michael Philip
Published 2005
Book
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