How on Earth Did Jesus Become a God? Historical Questions about Earliest Devotion to Jesus

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INDEX OF SCRIPTURE
AND OTHER ANCIENT SOURCES

OLD TESTAMENT
Genesis
1:26–27 99
1:27 98
3:5 98 and n.26, 100
3:6 100
4:26 161n.29
5:1 99
9:6 99
12:8 161n.29
13:4 161n.29
21:33 161n.29
26:25 161n.29
27:29 (LXX) 141
37:10 (LXX) 141
49:8 (LXX) 141
Exodus
20:3–17 123
20:5 (LXX) 141
Leviticus
24:15–16 (LXX) 163n.35
Numbers
11 44
25 36n.12
25:1–13 69n.31, 169n.57
Deuteronomy
4:19 (LXX) 141
6:4 49, 120, 123
6:13 143
13 158
13:1–5 176
13:1–11 72
17:2–7 72
18:20 176
21:23 34
25:2–3 72
Joshua
23:19 (LXX) 141
1 Samuel
1:13 (LXX) 42
1 Kings
18:24 161n.29
Psalms 22
24:1 75
77:19 159
96:9 (LXX) 93, 103
109:1 (LXX) 93 and n.18
110 26
110:1 26
116:13 (LXX 115:4) 161n.29
116:17 161n.29
Proverbs
8:27–31 24
Isaiah
6 196
6:1–5 203n.60
40:18–20 121
41:21–24 121
43:10 (LXX) 159
43:16 159
45:18 91, 159
45:18–25 91, 94
45:20–21 121
45:21 91
45:22 91
45:22–25 91
45:23 26, 50, 91, 92, 101, 103, 107, 172
45:25 92
46:4 159
46:5–7 121
48:12 159
49:23 142n.15
51:12 159
60:14 142n.15

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