Series: Études bibliques

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Les actes des deux apôtres by M. E. Boismard
Le Diatessaron: De Tatien a Justin (Etudes bibliques) by M. E. Boismard
Un Evangile pre-johannique (Etudes bibliques) by M. E. Boismard
Evangile selon Saint Jean (Etudes Bibliques) by M.-J. Lagrange
Introduction a l'étude du Nouveau Testament: Deuxième Partie (II), Critique textuelle. La Critique Rationnelle by Marie-Joseph Lagrange
Introduction a l'étude du Nouveau Testament: Première Partie (I), Histoire ancienne du canon du Nouveau Testament by Marie-Joseph Lagrange
Jean le Theologien (Etudes Bibliques) Les Grandes Traditions d'Israel by F.-M. Braun O.P.
Jesus au Temple (Etudes Bibliques) by Rene Laurentin
Les Sadducéens by Jean LeMoyne
Saint Paul, Les Épîtres Pastorales by Ceslas Spicq
Saint Paul. Epître aux Galates : . Texte, traduction et commentaire par le P. M.-J. Lagrange by M.-J. Lagrange
Saint Paul: Les épîtres aux Thessaloniciens by Béda Rigaux
Structure et Theologie de Luc I-II (Etudes Bibliques) by Rene Laurentin
Le texte occidental des Actes des Apôtres (Études bibliques) by M. E. Boismard

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