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Paul and the Gospels; Christologies, conflicts and convergences.


Paul and the Gospels; Christologies, conflicts and convergences.

Ed. by Michael F. Bird and Joel Willitts.

T&T Clark


276 pages



Library of New Testament studies


The central theme of this volume of essays is the question of influence, both on Paul and by Paul, in the writing of the Gospels, with multiple essays on Paul and each of the other writers of the four canonical gospels, as well as the author of the so-called Gospel of Thomas. Of interest to students and specialists of theology, the text presumes a good knowledge of the New Testament and some Greek. Bird is at Crossway College in Brisbane, Australia; Willitts is at North Park U. in Chicago.

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