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God's Final Envoy: Early Christology and Jesus' Own View of His Mission (Studying the Historical Jesus) by M. de Jonge
The Immerser: John the Baptist within Second Temple Judaism (Studying the Historical Jesus) by Joan E. Taylor
Jesus outside the New Testament : an introduction to the ancient evidence by Robert E. Van Voorst
A New Vision for Israel: The Teachings of Jesus in National Context (Studying the Historical Jesus) by Scot McKnight
Pure Kingdom: Jesus' Vision of God (Studying the Historical Jesus) by Bruce Chilton

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