Posted 12 January 2018 - 06:17 PM
This 360 page monopgraph published in 2004 is not available as a standalone module through competitors. All the included topics by various scholars, are intriguing.
(My previous suggestions for books:
Reading From Right to Left by David J. A. Clines: https://www.accordan...-by-childs-otl/
Princeton Symposium on the Dead Sea Scrolls: (3 vols.) https://www.accordan...or-replacement/
F. F. Bruce Acts, 3rd Edition, 1990: https://www.accordan...used-on-the-gk/)
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