Series: Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible

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Luke (Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible) by Justo L. González
Mark (Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible) by William C. Placher

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  1. Hebrews: Belief: a Theological Commentary on the Bible by D. Stephen Long (2011)
  2. Ephesians: A Theological Commentary on the Bible (Belief: a Theological Commentary on the Bible) by Allen Verhey (2011)
  3. The Gospel of Mark by Hugh Anderson (1976)
  4. 1 & 2 Peter and Jude by Catherine Gunsalus González (2010)
  5. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Songs (Westminster Bible Companion) by Ellen F. Davis (2000)
  6. Luke by Craig A. Evans (1990)
  7. Exodus and Leviticus for Everyone by John Goldingay (2010)
  8. The Gospel of Mark by Mary Healy (2008)
  9. Early Christian Letters for Everyone (The New Testament for Everyone) by N. T. Wright (2011)
  10. Acts by William H. Willimon (1988)
  11. Mark: A Commentary (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible) by Adela Yarbro Collins (2007)
  12. A critical and exegetical commentary on the Gospel according to St. Luke by Alfred Plummer (1896)
  13. Matthew and the Margins: A Sociopolitical and Religious Reading (Bible and Liberation Series) by Warren Carter (2000)
  14. Mark's Story of Jesus by Werner H. Kelber (1979)
  15. Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross by Robert H. Gundry (1993)

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