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The Use of the Old Testament in the New and Other Essays: Studies in Honor of William Franklin Stinespring.
by Efird, James E., edited by.

Publisher Information:
Duke University Press Durham, N.C. 1972

Octavo in dust jacket, xvi, 332 pp., b/w illustrations. An ex-library copy

Articles are "The Use of the Old Testament in the New," D. Moody Smith, Jr., "The Rahab Saga (Jsohua 2): Some Form-Critical and Traditio-Historical Observations," Gene M. Tucker, "Spiritual Obduracy and Parable Purpose," Frank E. Eakin, Jr., "The Israelite Cult and Christian Worship," Donald L. Williams, "The Condemnation of Edom in Post-Exilic Judaism," Bruce C. Cresson, "H. Wheeler Robinson and the Problem of Organizing an Old Testament Theology," Max E. Polley, "A Divine Banquet at Ugarit," Marvin H. Pope, "'Of Cabbages and Kings' - or Queans: Notes on Ben Sira 36:18-21," John Strugnell, "Anthropology and Soteriology in the Dead Sea Scrolls and in the New Testament," William Hugh Brownlee, "A Study of Gnostic Exegesis of the old Testament," Orval Wintermute, "'B'otah' in Earliest Christianity," J.H. Charlesworth, "The Old Testament in Mark's Gospel," Hugh Anderson, "Note on Mark 5:43," James E. Efird, "The Moral Teaching of ther Early Church," W.D. Davies.


Language: Judaica
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardbound
Condition: Good
Book Id: 21756

Price: $75.00

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