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Development of the Synoptic Gospels
Social and Historical Background
Form and Function
Select Literary Terms for Narrative Exegesis
The Experience of the Implied Reader
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Reading the Synoptic Gospels: Basic Methods for Interpreting Matthew, Mark ...
O Wesley Allen
No preview available - 2000
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