Text to Text Pours Forth Speech: Voices of Scripture in Luke-Acts

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Indiana University Press, Dec 22, 1995 - Religion - 192 pages
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"An excellent contribution to the developing study of intertextuality in biblical studies." -- Religious Studies Review

"... a 'must' read for Luke-Acts scholars..." -- Theology Today

"Makes important contributions to the study of Luke and Acts, biblical studies generally, and the growing body of literature on theory and method in biblical criticism.... [A] fine and provocative piece of work." -- R. Alan Culpepper, Baylor University

"This book makes a valuable contribution to the study of intertextuality..." -- Themelios


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ROBERT BRAWLEY is Professor of New Testament at McCormick Theological Seminary and author of Luke-Acts and the Jews: Conflict, Apology, and Conciliation and Centering on God: Method and Message in Luke-Acts.

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