The Trial of Jesus: Cambridge studies in honour of C. F. D. Moule (Studies in Biblical theology) download epub
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Includes bibliographical references. The Israel-idea in the Passion narratives, by P. Richardson. Ex illa itaque die consilium fecerunt.
Includes bibliographical references. John 1. 0, by M. Barker. Peter's curse, by H. Merkel. Why Pilate? By J. E. Allen. Why did Pilate hand Jesus over to Antipas? By H. W. Hoehner. The cry of the centurion - a cry of defeat, by J. Pobee.
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In Bammel, Ernst (e. Cambridge Studies in honour of . Studies in Biblical Theology, Second Series. 13. London: SCM Press. Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ". Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ, Part I: The Date of Christ's Birth".
Bammel, E. and Moule, C. F. D. (ed., Jesus and the Politics of His Day, Cambridge University Press, 1984
Bammel, E., Jesus and the Politics of His Day, Cambridge University Press, 1984. Barr, . ‘The Use and Disposal of the Marcan Source in Luke's Passion Narrative’, ExpT 55 (1943–4), 227–31. Barrett, C. Luke the Historian in Recent Study, London: Epworth, 1961. ‘Salvation Proclaimed’, ExpT 94 (1982), 68–71
Seminar of the Society of Biblical Literature. The essays exhibit the diversity that has always been.
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Studies in Biblical Theology. Edinburgh: T&T Clark.
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They were discussing the Mishnah which was itself a record of previous discussions covering about 200 years concerning how to live out the commands of Torah in practice.
Cambridge Studies in honour of . Studies in Biblical Theology, Second Series 13. London: SCM Press Lt. 1970. pdf. Don Jackson, "Luke and Paul: A Theology of One Spirit From Two Perspectives," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 3. (1989): 335-343.