Dr. James Tabor
James D. Tabor is a Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he has taught since 1989 and served as Chair from 2004–14. He previously held positions at Ambassador College, the University of Notre Dame, and the College of William and Mary.
James Tabor (Ph.D., Chicago, 1982) is a Professor of Christian Origins and Ancient
Judaism in the Department of Religious Studies. Before coming to UNC Charlotte in
1989, he taught at the University of Notre Dame (1979-
In 1986 Tabor published his first book, based on his Chicago dissertation, Things
Unutterable: Paul's Ascent to Paradise (University Press of America). In 1989 Dr.
Tabor published, with co-
Tabor's most recent books are The Jesus Discovery: The New Archaeological Find that Reveals the Birth of Christianity (with Simcha Jacobovici) and Paul and Jesus: How the Apostle Transformed Christianity (both with Simon & Schuster).