By Charlotte Hempel, Judith M. Lieu
This assortment contains eighteen papers through pals, colleagues and scholars of Michal A. Knibb at the subject matter of the transmission of biblical traditions in a number of contexts. often the articles take care of the transmission of biblical traditions within the models, the pseudepigrapha, at Qumran, and in early Christian writings. the gathering as an entire truly demonstrates the way biblical traditions have been formed and re-shaped creatively within the biblical, early Jewish and Christian literature.
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