4 edition of Semeia 55 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||May 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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12 One can see here that how one interprets the healing of Bartimaeus can impact how he presents the gospel. Silberman, 1986 Semeia 38: Apocryphal Acts of Apostles edited by Dennis R.
Metzger says that the participle replaced the noun because the noun is a rare and late Semeia 55 word. GES uses all contributions and proceeds from the sales of our resources to further the gospel of grace in the United States and abroad. The things Jesus says are shocking.
—— 1991a 'Patron-Client Relations and the New Community in Luke-Acts', in J. Semeia 55 one sees Bartimaeus as such an illustration it is easy to come to these conclusions.
—— 1989 'Biblical Interpretation and Critical Commitment', Studia Theologica 43: 1989. 22 The change from third person plural to singular is typical of Mark. —— 1991c 'Sickness and Healing in Luke-Acts', in J.
1980 'The Reader in History', in J.
Feminist Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship, SBL Centennial Publications 10, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 43-63.
Earle Ellis, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 290-300.