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    • Shavit, Yaacov (2020)
      This book focuses on places and instances where Solomon’s legendary biography intersects with those of Jesus Christ and of Aristotle. Solomon is the axis around which this trio revolves, the thread that binds it together. ...
    • Hamidović, David; Clivaz, Claire; Bowen Savant, Sarah (2019)
      Ancient Manuscripts in Digital Culture presents an overview of the digital turn in Ancient Jewish and Christian manuscripts visualisation, data mining and communication, edited by David Hamidović, Claire Clivaz and Sarah ...
    • Huttunen, Niko (2020)
      In Early Christians Adapting to the Roman Empire Niko Huttunen presents the positive relationship between early Christians and the Roman society. Non-Christian philosophers responded positively to Christians, Romans 13 ...
    • Geller, Markham J.; Panayotov, Strahil V. (2020)
      This volume is the first English edition of the Nineveh Series on eye disease from the royal library of Ashurbanipal, 7th century BCE. It is the longest surviving ancient work on opthalmology, anticipating by centuries the ...
    • Löw, Birte (2020)
      The dissertation deals with perspectives on Religious Education at German comprehensive schools which were created during the 2010s. It searches for conditions and potentials of Religious Education at the referred types ...
    • Munsonius, Hendrik (2016)
      The meaning of "reformatory theology" is often summarised by a number of "alone"-statements: Christ alone (solus Christus) by grace alone (sola gratia) through faith alone (sola fide) on the basis of the Scripture alone ...
    • Heijmans, Shai (2020)
      "This volume presents a collection of articles centring on the language of the Mishnah and the Talmud – the most important Jewish texts (after the Bible), which were compiled in Palestine and Babylonia in the latter centuries ...
    • Houghton, H.A.G; Kreinecker, C.M.; MacLachlan, R.F; Smith, C.J. (2018)
      This collation presents the evidence for the earliest Latin versions of Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians and Galatians, enabling scholars to examine the development of the biblical text at an important early stage in its history. ...
    • Himbaza, Innocent (2020)
      The book of Leviticus is by far the most quoted in rabbinic literature such as the Mishna or the Talmud, while it has been marginalized in the Christian tradition. Nevertheless, scholars of both traditions have again become ...
    • Bellmann, Tina (2018)
      What is there left to say about the human condition after the so-called „end of anthropology“? Never before have conceptions of what it means to be a human being been as diverse and fragmented as in the late modern age – ...