JSNT

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JSNTJournal for the Study of the New Testament
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lt;<Jesus Ben David: Reflections on the Davidssohnfrage>>, JSNT, 14, 1982, 88-112: 92-101.
lt;<Jesus in Jerusalem: Armed and Not Dangerous>>, JSNT 37, 2014, 3-24), su probable oposicion al pago del tributo--como se deriva de Lc 13, 2 y de una lectura critica de Mc 12, 13-16 (cf.
Black, `The Use of Rhetorical Terminology in Papias on Mark and Matthew', JSNT 37 (1989), 31-41.
Bauckham, JSNT 49 (1993), 27, notes that the unnamed figure of 18:15-16 `is hardly introduced in such a way as to encourage the reader's identification of him with the Beloved Disciple'.
4', JSNT 19 (1983), 117-31, especially 118-25, 128.
Gilchrist, "Paul and the Corinthians--The Sequence of Letters and Visits," JSNT 34 (1988): 47-69.
Davies, Rhetoric and Reference in the Fourth Gospel, JSNT Sup.
Wedderburn, `Some Observations on Paul's Use of the Phrases "in Christ" and "with Christ"', JSNT 25 (1985) 83-97.
A Reconsideration', JSNT 13 (1981), 102-22 denies that the Acts references need be taken consistently in this sense.
Gundry with an offering of like for like; it is also the hundredth volume in the splendid series of JSNT supplements published by Sheffield Academic Press.
Richard Bauckham, 'The List of the Tribes in Revelation Again', JSNT 42 (1991), 99-115, at 100n.
de Lacey, `Jesus as Mediator', JSNT 29 (1987), 101-102.