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Israel's Scriptures in Mark

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Old Testament in the New: Israel’s Scriptures in the New Testament and other Early Christian Writings
EditorsDavid Lincicum, Matthias Henze
PublisherGrand Rapids: Eerdmans
Publication statusIn preparation - 2021

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