Reconstructing Old Testament Theology: After the Collapse of History

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Index of Modern Names
Abraham, Koshy, 332n145, 353
Ackermann, James S., 27n10, 365
Ackermann, Susan, 135n33, 353
Ackroyd, Peter R., 199n21, 353, 375
Adam, A. K. M., 243n7, 353
Adorno, Theodor W., 26n4, 353
Ahlström, Gösta, 48n55, 353
Aichele, George, 131n25, 356
Ajayi, J. F. A., 321nn80–81, 353
Albertz, Ranier, 49n56, 49n58, 50nn59– 60, 51n61, 52, 53n63, 54n64, 55–57, 58n72, 60–61, 6on8o, 66–67, 70, 71n107, 72–74, 353
Albrektson, Bertil, 33n21, 353
Albright, W. F, 46, 189, 202
Alt, Albrecht, 66n97, 354, 369
Alter, Robert, 27n10, 344, 354
Anderson, Bernhard W., 197n19, 354, 375
Anderson, G. W., 32n15, 354, 355, 357, 374, 385
Anderson, Janice Capel, 256n20, 354
Andrews, B. F, 329n138
Appasamy, A. J., 332n145
Ashcroft, Bill, 282n2, 354
Austin, J.L., 27, 354
Azariah, Masilamani, 334n153, 354
Bâ, Manama, 324n97
Bach, Alice, 135n33, 136n34, 353, 354, 373
Bächli, Otto, 40n39, 354
Bailey, Leon, 271n37, 354
Bailey, Randall C., 97n20, 98n21, 354
Baker-Fletcher, Garth Kasimu, 102n1, 354
Baker-Fletcher, Karen, 102n1, 135, 166n68, 354
Bakhtin, M.M., 27, 354, 375
Bal, Mieke, 146, 152, 159n46, 256nn1820, 257–58, 259n21, 260–62, 263n23, 264nn24–25, 274, 277, 355
Barbour, Ian, 147n3, 151n20, 355
Barr, James, 1n1, 8n9, 14n18, 15n19, 16, 32n15, 32nn16–17, 33n19, 55n68, 56, 57n69, 203n26, 271nn33–34, 272–74, 355
Barstad, H. M., 39n38, 355
Barth, Karl, 16, 33, 39, 40nn39–40, 41n41, 44, 56, 59n75, 60, 111, 132, 185, 210, 350, 354, 355, 363, 372, 377, 380
Bartholooiew, Craig G., 239n1, 355
Bass, D. C., 103n2, 355
Baudissin, Wilhelm, 38n35
Bauer, Yehuda, 380
Baum, Robert M., 326n120, 355
Beal, Timothy K., 239n1, 355
Beauchamp, Tom L., 367
Bellis, Alice Ogden, 357, 363, 381
Benjamin, Don C., 26n6, 355
Beonington, Geoff, 371
Bentzeo, Aage, 45, 355
Berger, Peter, 53n63, 351n5, 355
Beukeo, W. A. M., 359
Beya, Marie Beroadette Mbuy, 295n21, 355
Beyerlin, Walter, 356

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