Religion 1


Jean Sheldon, Ph.D.

Professor of Old Testament

Office: Graf Hall 13

Phone: (707) 965-6518

Faculty Since: 1995

B.A., Andrews University, 1982
M.A., Loma Linda University, 1984
Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union & University of California, Berkeley, 2002

L. Jean Sheldon, professor, specializes in Hebrew Bible and the ancient Near East. She has worked as an instructor of religion at Hong Kong Adventist College, a graduation analyst for PUC, and a religion professor. Recently she has been working on "Mother Versus Child: A Feminist and Comparative Look at Exodus 21:22-25," in preparation for publication in a book to be published by Phoenix Sheffield. She enjoys writing, gardening, music, and cat psychology.
Professional Activities:

Jean Sheldon , "Listening to the Conversations of Biblical Text," Spectrum 34 (Winter, 2006): 7-15.

Jean Sheldon, "Babylon and Jerusalem - A Tale of Two Cities: Biblical Theology in Conversation," Presidential Address for the Adventist Society for Religious Studies (Philadelphia: November 17, 2005).

Jean Sheldon, "Joy in the Morning," Adventist Review 181 (July, 2004): 16-19.