Supplements to Novum Testamentum. 0167-9732 ; v. 125.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Part One: Classical Studies:Personal religion? /Larry Alderink Death as life and life as death : revisiting Rohde /James D. Tabor Credibility and credulity in Plutarch's Life of Numa Pompilius /Hans Dieter Betz "That unpredictable little beast" : traces of an other Socrates /A.J. Droge To show the differences by comparison" : the new Wettstein and Cleanthes' Hymn /Johan C. Thom ISmyrna 753: God and the One God /Leonard L. Thompson Part Two: New Testament Studies:"The Spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak" (Mark 14:38b and Matt. 26:41b) /David E. Aune "Every signal worth reading" : Jesus and Jewish sectarians in Mark /Peter Zaas Divine sons : Aeneas and Jesus in Hebrews /Mark Reasoner The two thirteens : Romans and Revelation /Graydon F. Snyder Part Three: Patristic Studies:Notes on divesting and vesting in The Hymn of the Pearl /Robin Darling Young Origen, Celsus and Lucian on the "dénouement of the drama" of the Gospels /Margaret M. Mitchell Anti-Nicene preaching in recent literature /O.C. Edwards, Jr. The emerge of the spiritual reading of the Apocalypse in the third century /Bernard McGinn Eusebius on Porphyry's "Polytheistic Error" /Robert Lee Williams A sixth-century plea against religious violence : Romanos on Elijah /I. William Countryman.