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Biblical Theology Bulletin 43, no. 2

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The next issue of the Biblical Theology Bulletin includes:

  • Richard E. DeMaris, “Sacrifice, an Ancient Mediterranean Ritual”
  • James F. McGrath, “On Hearing (Rather Than Reading) Intertextual Echoes: Christology and Monotheistic Scriptures in an Oral Context”
  • Madison N. Pierce, “War: Fighting the Enemies of God, not Man”
  • John J. Pilch, “Exploring Periods of Psychological Development in MENA (Middle East North Africa) Societies: A Tentative Model”

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