Bibliographies

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  • Studies in Biblical Interpretation

    Sarna, Nahum. Studies in Biblical Interpretation. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 2000.

  • Studies in Biblical Law

    Daube, David. Studies in Biblical Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1969.

  • Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 7

    Svartvik, Jesper. “What if There Is Life on Other Planets?! Theological Reflections on Kurt Cardinal Koch’s Inaugural Lecture.” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 7 (2012): 1–12.
  • Studies in Early Christology

    Hengel, Martin. Studies in Early Christology. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1995, esp. “The Song about Christ in Earliest Worship,” pp. 227-291.

  • Studies in the Book of Exodus

    Zenger, Erich. “Wie und wozu die Torah zum Sinai Kam.” Pages 265–88 in Studies in the Book of Exodus: Redaction - Reception – Interpretation. Edited by Marc Vervenne. Leuven: Peeters, 1996.

  • Studies in the Mesha Inscription and Moab

    Dearman, Andrew, ed. Studies in the Mesha Inscription and Moab. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989.

  • Studying Gender in the Ancient Near East

    Svärd, Saana, and Agnès Garcia-Ventura, eds. Studying Gender in the Ancient Near East. University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns, 2018.

  • Studying the Parables of Jesus

    Jones, Peter Rhea. Studying the Parables of Jesus. Macon, Ga.: Smyth & Helwys, 1999.

  • Svensk exegetisk årsbok 61

    Becking, Bob. “Text-Internal and Text-External Chronology in Jeremiah 31.31-34. Svensk exegetisk årsbok 61 (1996): 33-51

  • Swann's Way

    Proust, Marcel, C. K. Scott-Moncrieff, and Lewis Galantière. Swann's Way. New York: Modern Library, 1928.

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