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Studies in Israelite poetry and wisdom by Patrick W. Skehan1
The hidden kingdom; a redaction-critical study of the references to the kingdom of God in Mark's Gospel by Aloysius M. Ambrozic2
The use of tôrâ by Isaiah; his debate with the wisdom tradition by Joseph Jensen3
From Canaan to Egypt : structural and theological context for the Joseph story by George W. Coats4
Matthew: A Scribe Trained for the Kingdom of Heaven (Catholic Quarterly Monographs, No 5) by O. Lamar Cope5
The mysterious parable : a literary study by Madeleine Boucher6
Jerome's Commentary on Daniel: A Study of Comparative Jewish & Christian Interpretations of the Hebrew Bible (The Catholic Biblical quarterly monograph series ; v. 7) by Jay Braverman7
Pesharim: Qumran Interpretations of Biblical Books (The Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Monograph Series, 8) by Maurya P. Horgan8
The Phoenician history by Harold W. Attridge9
Melchizedek and Melchiresa (Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series) by Paul J. Kobelski10
A Septuagint translation technique in the Book of Job by Homer Heater11
Temple Propaganda (Catholic Biblical quarterly) by R. Doran12
Beginnings of Christian Philosophy: The Epistle to the Hebrews by James W. Thompson13
The creation of man : Philo and the history of interpretation by Thomas H. Tobin14
Rich and poor in the Shepherd of Hermas : an exegetical-social investigation by Carolyn Osiek15
Enoch and the Growth of an Apocalyptic Tradition (Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series, 16) by James C. VanderKam16
Of Prophets and Kings: A Late Ninth Century Document (I Samuel I-2 Kings 10) by Antony F. Campbell17
Biblical interpretation in the Book of Jubilees by John C. Endres18
The Old Greek Translation of Daniel 7-12 (Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Monograph Series, 19) by Sharon Pace Jeansonne19
The rhetoric of political persuasion : the narrative artistry and political intentions of 2 Kings 9-11 by Lloyd M. Barré20
A lost edition of the Letters of Paul : a reassessment of the text of the Pauline corpus attested by Marcion by John James Clabeaux21
Dwelling of God: The Tabernacle in the Old Testament, Intertestamental Jewish Literature, and the New Testament (Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series) by Craig R. Koester22
Psalm 119 : matrix, form, and setting by William Michael Soll23
Creation in the Biblical Traditions by Richard J. Clifford24
Speech and Response: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Introductions to the Speeches of the Book of Job (Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series) by John E. Course25
Creation Accounts in the Ancient Near East and in the Bible by Richard J. Clifford26
Blood and Water: The Death and Resurrection of Jesus in John 18-21 (Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series) by John Paul Heil27
The Use of Arabic in Biblical Hebrew Lexicography (Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series, 28) by John Kaltner28
Wisdom, you are my sister : studies in honor of Roland E. Murphy, O. Carm., on the occasion of his eightieth birthday by Roland E. Murphy29
Matthew's parables : audience-oriented perspectives by Warren Carter30
The structure of 1 Maccabees by David S. Williams31
Imagery and Imagination in Biblical Literature: Essays in Honor of Aloysius Fitzgerald (The Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Monograph Series, 32) by Lawrence Boadt32
The Antithesis of the Ages: Paul's Reconfiguration of Torah (Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Monograph Series, No 33) by Stephan K. Davis33
The Lord of the East Wind by Aloysius Fitzgerald34
The most magic word : essays on Babylonian and Biblical literature by William L. Moran35
Stockmen from Tekoa, sycomores from Sheba : a study of Amos' occupations by Richard Steiner36
The Disarmament of God: Ezekiel 38-39 in Its Mythic Context (Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Monograph Series, 37) by Paul E. Fitzpatrick37
Intertextual Studies in: Essays in Honor of (Catholic Biblical Quarterly) by Jeremy Corley38
The Lord has saved me : a study of the Psalm of Hezekiah (Isaiah 38:9-20) by Michael L. Barr_39
The Origins of the West Semitic Alphabet in Egyptian Scripts (Catholic Biblical Quarterly) by Gordon J. Hamilton40
New chapters in the life of Paul : the relative chronology of his career by Gregory Tatum41
Kinship Relations in the Gospel of John (Catholic Biblical Quarterly) by Joan Cecelia Campbell42
Roman Imperial Ideology and the Gospel of John by Lance Byron Richey43
Studies in the Greek Bible : essays in honor of Francis T. Gignac, S.J. by Francis T. Gignac44
The Story Within a Story in Biblical Hebrew Narrative (The Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series, 45) by David Alan Bosworth45
Hebrews : chiastic structures and audience response by John Paul Heil46
In defense of divine justice : an intertextual approach to the book of Jonah by Catherine L. Muldoon47
Celebrating Paul : festschrift in honor of Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P., and Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J. by Peter Spitaler48

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  1. The Encyclopedia of Apocalypticism: Volume 1: The Origins of Apocalypticism in Judaism and Christianity by John J. Collins (1998)
  2. The Parables: Their Literacy and Existential Dimension by Dan Otto Via (1967)
  3. The Context of Scripture, Volume One: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World by William W. Hallo (1997)
  4. The Making of the Pentateuch: A Methodological Study (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Roger Norman Whybray (1987)
  5. The Parables in the Gospels: History and Allegory by John Drury (1985)
  6. Beacon Bible Commentary, Volume 3 : Job Through Song of Solomon by W. T. Purkiser (1967)
  7. The Jewish Pseudepigrapha: An Introduction to the Literature of the Second Temple Period by Susan Docherty (2014)
  8. Parables and Presence: Forms of the New Testament Tradition by Robert Walter Funk (1982)
  9. Paul's Letter to the Romans (Explorations in Theology) by J. A. Ziesler (1989)
  10. The Community of the Renewed Covenant: The Notre Dame Symposium on the Dead Sea Scrolls (Christianity and Judaism in Antiquity , Vol 10) by Eugene Ulrich (1994)
  11. Perspectives on the parables: An approach to multiple interpretations by Mary Ann Tolbert (1979)
  12. John and the Dead Sea Scrolls (Christian Origins Library) by James H. Charlesworth (1990)
  13. Jesus, Symbol-Maker for the Kingdom by Bernard Brandon Scott (1981)
  14. The Genesis Apocryphon of Qumran Cave I (IQ20): A Commentary (Biblica Et Orientalia) by Joseph A. Fitzmyer (2004)
  15. Sin and judgment in the prophets : a stylistic and theological analysis by Patrick D. Miller (1982)

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