Studies in biblical literature (Society of Biblical Literature) ; 7.
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Personal reflections on an American theological perspective Socioeconomic reasons for the "divine man" as propagandistic pattern Who is the true prophet? The urban adventure of the early church The hour of the gospel : Jesus and Caesar On Paul's image of the human Legal dimensions of money and theological consequences Living with chaos : meditations on Paul's ethics Why was Paul killed? : the Epistle to the Romans as a document of resistance John's "heavenly" Jerusalem The wrath of the dragon : patriarchy's last stand Should Augustine have the last word on urban theology? The interest in life-of-Jesus theology as a paradigm for the social history of biblical criticism The religious dimensions of the world market : a farewell to the Middle Ages Is there justification in money? : a historical and theological meditation on the financial aspects of justification by Christ Bultmann was not first : Josiah Royce as interpreter of Paul Reason, religion, responsibility : reflections on the Frankfurt Tillich Praxis and theory in theological education : is scholarship "hot" or "cold"? En route to an urban theology : can theology help to understand urban society? On sojourning.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.