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Series: Studies in Biblical Theology

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Baptism in the New Testament by Oscar Cullmann1
The Old Testament against its environment by G. Ernest Wright2
The New Testament against its environment : the gospel of Christ, the Risen Lord by Floyd V. Filson3
Man in the Old Testament by Walther Eichrodt4
The Body: A Study in Pauline Theology by John A. T. Robinson5
The Lord's Supper in the New Testament by A. J. B. Higgins6
Early Christian Worship by Oscar Cullmann10
Oral tradition,: A modern problem in Old Testament introduction; (Studies in Biblical theology) by Eduard Nielsen11
Life in Christ by Theo Preiss13
Conscience in the New Testament; a study of syneidesis in the New Testament , in the light of its sources and with particular reference to St. Paul, with some observations regarding its pastoral relevance today by C.A. Pierce15
An Approach to the Theology of the Sacraments by Neville Clark17
Early Israel in recent history writing : a study in method by John Bright19
The Servant of God by Walther Zimmerli20
The Problem of History in Mark: And Other Marcan Studies by James M. Robinson21
Essays on typology by G. W. H. Lampe22
Promise and Fulfillment: The Eschatological Message of Jesus by Werner Georg Kummel23
A new quest of the historical Jesus by James M. Robinson25
Ten years of discovery in the wilderness of Judea by J. T. Milik26
Myth and reality in the Old Testament by Brevard S. Childs27
Lordship and Discipleship by Eduard Schweizer28
The powers that be; earthly rulers and demonic powers in Romans 13,1-7 by Clinton Morrison29
Two Old Testament theologies : a comparative evaluation of the contributions of Eichrodt and von Rad to our understanding of the nature of Old Testament theology by David George Spriggs30
Thomas and the Evangelists by H. E. W. Turner35
The resurrection of the body; a study of I Corinthians 15 by Murdoch E Dahl36
On Paul and John, some selected theological themes by T. W. Manson38
Christ in the wilderness : the wilderness theme in the second Gospel and its basis in the Biblical tradition by Ulrich Mauser39
Essays on New Testament Themes by Ernst Käsemann41
Prophecy and covenant by R. E. Clements43

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