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

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ARBEITEN ZUR GESCHICHTE
DES ANTIKEN JUDENTUMS UND DES URCHRISTENTUMS

MARTIN HENGEL Tüingen ·PETER SCHÄER Berlin
PIETER W. VAN DER HORST Utrecht ·MARTIN GOODMAN Oxford
DANIEL R.SCHWARTZ Jerusalem · CILLIERS BREYTENBACH Berlin

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2 O. Betz. Der Paraklet. Ftirsprecher im häretischen Spätjudentum, im Johannes-Evangelium und in neu gefundenen gnostischen Schriften. 1963. ISBN 90 04 00109 3

5. O.Betz. Abraham unser Vater. Juden und Christen im Gespräch über die Bibel. Festschrift für Otto Michel zum 60. Geburtstag. Herausgegeben von O. Betz, M. Hengel, P. Schmidt. 1963. ISBN 90 04 00110 7

6 A. Böhlig. Mysterion und Wahrheit. Gesammelte Beiträge zur spätantiken Religionsgeschichte. 1968. ISBN 90 04 001115

7.B.J. Malina. The Palestinian Manna Tradition. The Manna Tradition in the Palestinian Targums and its Relationship to the New Testament Writings. 1968. ISBN 90 04 00112 3

8 J. Becker. Untersuchungen zur Entstehungsgeschichte der Testamente der zwölf Patriarchen. 1970. ISBN 90 04 00113 1

9. E.Bickerman. Studies in Jewish and Christian History.

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13 P. Kuhn. Gottes Trauer und Klage in der rabbinischen Überlieferung. Talmud und Midrasch. 1978. ISBN 90 04 05699 8

14 I.Gruenwald. Apocalyptic and Merkavah Mysticism. 1980. ISBN 90 04 05959 8

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