Modelling Early Christianity: Social-Scientific Studies of the New Testament in Its Context

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INDEX OF MODERN AUTHORS

a
Ackroyd, P.R. 182
Adan-Bayewitz D. 35 , 36 , 39
Allison, D.C. 168 , 169 , 174 , 181 , 182
Anderson, B. 111
Anderson, Janice Capel 159
Anderson, Judith 209
Applebaum, S. 33 , 164 , 181
Archer, L.J. 209
Archer, M. 224
Arndt, W. 197
Arthur, Marilyn B. 209
Atkin, Lord 19
Aune, David E. 209
Aviam, M. 29
Avi-Yonah, M. 29 , 34

b
Bacon, B.W. 174 , 182
Bacon, Francis 71
Bahr, Gordon J. 209
Bainbridge, W.S. 130
Balch, David L. 95 , 159
Balsdon, J.P.V.D. 209
Banfkld, R.G. 273
Banks, Robert 181
Barag, D. 40
Barclay, J.M.G 10 , 19 , 124 , 126 , 130 , 258
Bar-Ilan, M. 176 , 182
Barker, G 24
Barrett, C.K. 127
Barrett, L. 272
Bar Tal, D. 259 , 268 , 269 , 270
Bartchy, Scott S. 228 , 236
Barth, Fredrik 6
Barth, M. 236 , 260
Barton, C.A. 268
Barton, John 19
Barton, Stephen C. 20 , 98 , 101 , 206 , 210
Baskin, J. 209
Batten, A. 272
Bauckham, Richard 272
Becker, H.S. 10 , 115 , 117 , 126
Becker, W.A. 209
Beckford, James A. 134
Bedale, S. 236
Behm, J. 57
Belo, Fernando 93
Ben-David, A. 39 , 40
Ben-Yehuda, N. 126
Benjamin, D.C. 144
Berger, Peter L. 12 , 15 , 16 , 19 , 128 , 133 , 134 , 135 , 210 , 226
Bernstein, B. 265 , 266 , 267 , 268
Best, Ernest 219
Billerbeck, Paul 66 , 68 , 71 , 78 , 181
Birger-Calderon, R. 33
Bizzell, Patricia 277 , 286 , 288
Blasi, A.J. 128 , 133
Blenkinsopp, Joseph 181
Blidstein, Gerald 155
Bloch, Maurice 6
Boehm, Christopher 186
Boesen, Willibald 209
Boissevain, Jeremy 77
Borg, Marcus J. 93
Boring, M. Eugene 145
Bornkamm, Gunther 167 , 168 , 181 , 182
Bosen, W. 29
Bourguignon, Erika 51 , 56 , 58
Bradley, Keith R. 214
Brandes, Stanley 184 , 271
Bremmer, J. 266
Brooks, Stephenson, H. 169 , 181
Brooten, B.J. 209
Broughton, T.R.S. 162 , 181
Brown, John Pairman 93

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