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Series: Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments

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The History of the Synoptic Tradition by Rudolf Bultmann12
Gnosis und spätantiker Geist, Ln, Bd.1, Die mythologische Gnosis by Hans Jonas33
Der Weg der Gerechtigkeit; Untersuchung zur Theologie des Matthäus by Georg Strecker82
Theogonie, Kosmogonie und Anthropogonie in den mandäischen Schriften : eine literarkritische und traditionsgeschichtlic by Kurt Rudolph88
The Purpose of Luke-Acts by Robert Maddox126
Die Verheissung des neuen Bundes: In ihrem theologiegeschichtlichen Zusammenhang ausgelegt (Forschungen zur Religion und by Christoph Levin137
Der Herrenbruder Jakobus und die Jakobustradition by Wilhelm Pratscher139
Prophetische Heilsworte im Alten Testament by Claus Westermann145
La gnosis y el espíritu de la antigüedad tardía de la mitología a la filosofía mística by Hans Jonas33 and 159
Paulus und die antike Welt. Beiträge zur zeit- und religionsgeschichtlichen Erforschung des paulinischen Christetums by David C. Bienert222
Das Mariageheimnis. Maria von Nazareth und die Bedeutung familiärer Beziehungen im Markusevangelium by Torsten Reiprich223

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  1. Studies in Luke-Acts by Leander E. Keck (1966)
  2. Acts of the Apostles: A Commentary by Ernst Haenchen (1959)
  3. Studying the Synoptic Gospels by E. P. Sanders (1989)
  4. The Narrative Unity of Luke-Acts: A Literary Interpretation, Vol. 1: The Gospel According to Luke (Foundations and Facets) (English and Greek Edition) by Robert Tannehill (1986)
  5. The Theology of St. Luke by Hans Conzelmann (1953)
  6. From Tradition to Gospel by Martin Dibelius (1965)
  7. The Narrative Unity of Luke-Acts, Vol 2 (The Acts of the Apostles, A Literary Interpretation) by Robert C. Tannehill (1989)
  8. Ancient Christian Gospels: Their History and Development by Helmut Koester (1990)
  9. A Theology of Luke and Acts: God's Promised Program, Realized for All Nations by Darrell L. Bock (2012)
  10. Introduction to the New Testament by Werner Georg Kummel (1966)
  11. Rethinking the Synoptic Problem by David Alan Black (2001)
  12. The Synoptic Gospels: Conflict and Consensus by Keith F. Nickle (1980)
  13. The First Christian Historian: Writing the 'Acts of the Apostles' (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) by Daniel Marguerat (1999)
  14. The Social World of Luke-Acts: Models for Interpretation by Jerome H. Neyrey (1991)
  15. Commentary on Romans by Ernst Käsemann (1973)

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