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Neotestamentica.
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ISSN: 25184628 Year: 1967 Publisher: Pretoria, Republic of South Africa : NTSSA

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Vols for 1967-1968, 1971-1983 constitute Proceedings of the meeting of Die Nuwe-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap van Suid-Afrika.


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Harnessing Chaos
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ISBN: 9780567655509 0567655504 9780567655516 130693009X 0567669599 0567666751 0567659348 0567655512 Year: 2016 Volume: 506 2 Publisher: London, England Bloomsbury Academic

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Harnessing Chaos is an explanation of changes in dominant politicized assumptions about what the Bible ''really means'' in English culture since the 1960s. James G. Crossley looks at how the social upheavals of the 1960s, and the economic shift from the post-war dominance of Keynesianism to the post-1970s dominance of neoliberalism, brought about certain emphases and nuances in the ways in which the Bible is popularly understood, particularly in relation to dominant political ideas. This book examines the decline of politically radical biblical interpretation in parliamentary politics


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Early readers, scholars, and editors of the New Testament : papers from the Eighth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

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A collection of ten original papers on the New Testament text, first presented in 2013, which reflect the diversity of current research. Examples of ancient engagement with the Bible include Origen, Eusebius of Caesarea and Augustine along with early translations.


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Filología neotestamentaria
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ISSN: 02142996 Year: 1988 Publisher: Córdoba (España) : Ediciones el Almendro,


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Languages From the World of the Bible
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ISBN: 1934078611 1306968275 1934078638 Year: 2011 Publisher: Berlin/Boston De Gruyter

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The alphabetic script is part of the lasting heritage of the ancient Near East. It unites a number of newly-emerging civilizations in ancient Syria-Palestine, which together constitute the immediate background of the Hebrew Bible. Transformed by the impact of Hellenism, they also shaped the social-historical and cultural setting of the New Testament. This work presents fresh and concise yet thorough overviews of the relevant languages and their interaction. They are informed by the most recent scholarship and share a clear historical framework.

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