Τετάρτη, 18 Οκτωβρίου 2017

Το τρέχον τεύχος του ABR / The current issue of ABR

Australian Biblical Review 65 (2017)

  • Christopher J. Monaghan, "Why Have We Reduced the Oral Tradition to Silence? The Oral Tradition’s Role in the Formation of the Minor Agreements," 1-16
  • Rachelle Gilmour, "A Tale of the Unexpected: The Ending of 2 Kings 3 Re-examined," 17-29
  • James R. Harrison, "Beneficence to the Poor in Luke’s Gospel in Its Mediterranean Context: A Visual and Documentary Perspective," 30-46
  • Robyn J. Whitaker, "From Cross to Ascension: The Surprising Locus of Salvation in Luke–Acts," 47-60
  • Francis J. Moloney, "The First Days of Jesus and the Role of the Disciples: A Study of John 1:19–5," 61-77
  • Stephen C. Haar, "To Be Lutheran Is To Be a Bad Exegete: Reading the Bible in the Light of the Lutheran Reformation," 78-91


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