Series: New Testament Readings

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2 Thessalonians (New Testament Readings) by Maarten J. J. Menken
Ephesians (New Testament Readings) by Martin Kitchen
Galatians (New Testament Readings) by Philip F. Esler
The Gospel of Thomas (New Testament Readings) by Richard Valantasis
James (New Testament Readings) by Richard J. Bauckham
John's Gospel (New Testament Readings) by Revd Dr Mark W G Stibbe
Luke's Gospel (New Testament Readings) by Jonathan Knight
Mark's Gospel (New Testament Readings) by John Painter
Reading the New Testament (New Testament Readings) by John Court
Revelation (New Testament Readings) by Rev A J P Garrow

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  1. The Theology of the Pastoral Letters (New Testament Theology) by Frances Margaret Young (1994)
  2. John as Storyteller: Narrative Criticism and the Fourth Gospel (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) by Mark W.G. Stibbe (1992)
  3. The Irony of Galatians: Paul's Letter in First-Century Context by Mark D. Nanos (2002)
  4. Community of the Wise: The Letter of James (New Testament in Context) by Robert W. Wall (1997)
  5. The Gospel of Thomas: The Hidden Sayings of Jesus by Marvin Meyer (1992)
  6. Eschatology in the Bible and in Jewish and Christian Tradition (Library Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Henning Graf Reventlow (1997)
  7. James (IVP New Testament Commentary Series) by George M. Stulac (1993)
  8. The Gospel of Thomas and Jesus (Foundations & Facets Reference Series) by Stephen J. Patterson (1993)
  9. The Triumph of Abraham's God: The Transformation of Identity in Galatians by Bruce W. Longenecker (1998)
  10. 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)
  11. Paul: A Brief History by Robert Paul Seesengood (2009)
  12. The Gospels for All Christians: Rethinking the Gospel Audiences (New Testament Studies) by Richard J. Bauckham (1997)
  13. Brother of Jesus, Friend of God: Studies in the Letter of James by Luke Timothy Johnson (2004)
  14. Methods for Luke (Methods in Biblical Interpretation) by Joel B. Green (2010)
  15. John: Evangelist of the Covenant People : The Narrative & Themes of the Fourth Gospel by John W. Pryor (1992)

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