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Series: Evangelical Theologicial Society Monograph Series

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Has God Said?: Scripture, the Word of God, and the Crisis of Theological Authority (Evangelical Theological Society Monograph) by John Douglas Morrison
Paul's Literary Style: A Stylistic and Historical Comparison of II Corinthians 11:16-12:13, Romans 8:9-39, and Philippians 3:2-4:13 by Aída Besançon Spencer
The Gods of the Nation: Studies in Ancient Near Eastern National Theology (Evangelical Theological Society Studies) by Daniel I. Block2
Guide to the reference systems for the works of Flavius Josephus by Douglas Buckwalter3
Did Jesus Teach Salvation by Works?: The Role of Works in Salvation in the Synoptic Gospels (Evangelical Theological Soc by Alan P. Stanley4
The Light of Discovery: Studies in Honor of Edwin M. Yamauchi (Evangelical Theological Society Monograph) by John D. Wineland6
The Lord Is the Spirit: The Authority of the Holy Spirit in Contemporary Theology and Church Practice (Evangelical Theological Society Monograph) by John A. Studebaker, Jr.7
The Sinner in Luke: (The Evangelical Theological Society Monograph Series) by Dwayne H. Adams8
The Contemporary Church and the Early Church: Case Studies in Ressourcement (Evangelical Theological Society Monograph) by Paul Hartog9
B.B. Warfield's Scientifically Constructive Theological Scholarship (Evangelical Theological Society Monograph) by David P. Smith10

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