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The Pastoral Epistles: I and II Timothy Titus (Tpi New Testament Commentaries) by J. L. Houlden
Saint Luke by C. F. Evans

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  1. Luke and Scripture: The Function of Sacred Tradition in Luke-Acts by Craig A. Evans (1993)
  2. The Gospel of John: New Century Bible Commentary by Barnabas Lindars (1972)
  3. Saint Mark by D. E. Nineham (1963)
  4. Luke by Craig A. Evans (1990)
  5. First and Second Timothy, Titus (Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture) by George T. Montague (2008)
  6. Studying the Synoptic Gospels by E. P. Sanders (1989)
  7. The pastoral letters: commentary on the first and second letters to Timothy and the letter to Titus by Anthony Tyrrell Hanson (1966)
  8. Romans (Pelican) by J. C. O'Neill (1975)
  9. Luke: Historian and Theologian by I. Howard Marshall (1970)
  10. 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus by Jouette M. Bassler (1996)
  11. An Adult Christ at Christmas: Essays on the Three Biblical Christmas Stories, Matthew 2 and Luke 2 by Raymond E. Brown (1978)
  12. Introduction to the New Testament by Werner Georg Kummel (1966)
  13. The faithful sayings in the pastoral letters (Baker biblical monograph) by George W. Knight (1968)
  14. The Johannine Question by Martin Hengel (1989)
  15. The Cross & the Prodigal: Luke 15 Through the Eyes of Middle Eastern Peasants by Kenneth E. Bailey (1973)

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