God's Kingdom and God's Son: The Background in Mark's Christology from Concepts of Kingship in the Psalms

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INDEX OF ANCIENT REFERENCES

OLD TESTAMENT
Genesis
1:26-28 55, 200
1:28-29 55
1:31 236
9:9ff. 79
14 184
14:18ff. 32
22 243
22:2 238, 262
22:12 238
22:16 238
26:12 126
26:24 72
49:8ff. 34
49:10f. 266, 276
49:10 178, 266
Exodus
4:16 52
4:22-23 52
9:16 140
9:16 LXX 140
15:2 46-47
15:6 46-47, 291, 292
15:11 19, 23,40, 98
15:12 291, 292
15:17-18 97
15:18 23, 112, 291
16:7 17
16:10 17
19:6 103
19:16 20
19:18 20
22:21-24 54
24:12-18 143
24:16 142
34:29-35 144
40:34-35 17
Leviticus
4:3 165
4:3 LXX 165
4:5 165
4:5 LXX 165
4:16 165
4:16 LXX 165
6:22 165
6:22 LXX
(6:15) 165
16 77
19:22 171
25:10 80
Numbers
6:lff. 160
11:12 51-52
15:37-41 111
23:21 LXX 27
24:15-17 167
24:17ff. 34, 168
24:17-19 172
24:17 167, 168, 169, 171,
175, 214
25:6-13 221
27:17 277
Deuteronomy
4:1 LXX 150
4:8 16
5:28-29 167
6:4-9 111
6:4f. 270
6:13 270
6:16 270
6:18 LXX 150
8:3 270
10:18-19 54
11:13-21 111
12:9 151
16:20 LXX 150
17:14 32
17:15 50
18:15 259
18:15 LXX 259
18:18-19 167, 235
20:2-5 172
32:10 74
33:2 144
33:8-11 169
Joshua
6:26 169
Judges
5:5 20
8:21 182
8:22-23 31
11:34 262

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