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Series: Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series

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Clouded Witness: Initiation in the Church of England in The Mid-Victorian Period, 1850-1875 (Pittsburgh Theological Monographs) by Peter John Jagger1
Karl Barth's theology of culture : the freedom of culture for the praise of God by Sr. Robert J. Palma2
The Samaritan problem : studies in the relationships of Samaritanism, Judaism, and early Christianity by John Bowman4
Mystical Sources of German Romantic Philosophy (Pittsburgh Theological Monographs) by Ernst Benz6
When man becomes God : humanism and hybris in the Old Testament by Donald E. Gowan6
Social Concern in Calvin's Geneva, 1535-1564 (Pittsburgh Theological Monographs) by William C. Innes7
Worship and reformed theology : the liturgical lessons of Mercersburg by Jack Martin Maxwell10
Prophet, pastor, Protestant : the work of Huldrych Zwingli after five hundred years by E. J. Furcha11
Survey of Judaism from the 7th to the 17th centuries by Phillip Sigal12
Crux imperatorium philosophia : imperial horizons of the Cluniac confraternitas, 964-1109 by Robert George Heath13
Bridge Between the Testaments: A Reappraisal of Judaism from the Exile to the Birth of Christianity (Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series) by Donald E. Gowan14
Contemporary political orders and Christ : Karl Barth's christology and political praxis by Robert E. Hood14
Coleridge as poet and religious thinker : inspiration and revelation by David Jasper15
Hellenistic Mystery-Religions: Their Basic Ideas and Significance (Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series) by Richard Reitzenstein15
Frederick Henry Hedge : nineteenth century American transcendentalist by Bryan F. Le BeauNew ser. 16
From Medievalism to Proto-Modernity in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Emergence of Contemporary Judaism, Vol 3) by Phillip Sigal17
Controversy and conciliation: the Reformation and the Palatinate, 1559-1583 by Derk VisserNew ser. 18
Structuralism and Biblical hermeneutics : a collection of essays by Alfred M. Johnson22
The bursting of new wineskins : reflections on religion and culture at the end of affluence by Carl A. Raschke24
Candid questions concerning Gospel form criticism : a methodological sketch of the fundamental problematics of form and redaction criticism by Erhardt Güttgemanns26
The personalist challenge : intersubjectivity and ontology by Maurice Nedoncelle27
The Reformed Roots of the English New Testament: The Influence of Theodore Beza on the English New Testament (Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series) by Irena Backus28
The Emergence of Contemporary Judaism: The Foundation of Judaism from Biblical Origins to the Sixth Century A.D.( 2 volume set) by Phillip Sigal29

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Recommendations

  1. The Religious Context of Early Christianity: A Guide to Graeco-Roman Religions by Hans-Josef Klauck (2000)
  2. Early Judaism and Its Modern Interpreters (The Bible and Its Modern Interpreters) by Robert A. Kraft (1986)
  3. Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls: The History of Judaism, the Background of Christianity, the Lost Library of Qumran by Lawrence H. Schiffman (1994)
  4. Religion in Hellenistic Athens by Jon D. Mikalson (1998)
  5. The Messianic Secret: Das Messiasgeheimnis in den Evangelien (Library of Theological Translations) by William Wrede (1971)
  6. Jewish Literature Between The Bible And The Mishnah, with CD-ROM, Second Edition by George W. E. Nickelsburg (1981)
  7. Faith and Piety in Early Judaism: Texts and Documents by George W. E. Nickelsburg (1983)
  8. From Paul to Valentinus: Christians at Rome in the First Two Centuries by Peter Lampe (2003)
  9. The Mystery and Meaning of the Dead Sea Scrolls by Hershel Shanks (1998)
  10. Romanising Oriental Gods: Myth, Salvation and Ethics in the Cults of Cybele, Isis and Mithras (Religions in the Graeco-Roman World) by Jaime Alvar (1893)
  11. Judaism in the Beginning of Christianity by Jacob Neusner (1984)
  12. The New Testament Code: The Cup of the Lord, the Damascus Covenant, and the Blood of Christ by Robert Eisenman (2006)
  13. Judaism and Hellenism: Studies in Their Encounter in Palestine During the Early Hellenistic Period by Martin Hengel (1974)
  14. The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English by Géza Vermes (1967)
  15. Pharisees, Scribes and Sadducees in Palestinian Society by J. Anthony J. Saldarini (1988)

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