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The New Testament in the Graeco-Roman World: Articles in Honour of Abe Malherbe
Nel, Marius, Jan G. van der Watt and Fika J. van Rensburg, editors

MŁnster: LIT, 2015 pp. 328. Ä39.90

Series Information
Theology in Africa, 4

Description: Abraham J. Malherbe (1930 - 2012), taught Theology of New Testament and Early Christianity at the Abilene Christian University, Dartmouth, and was Buckingham Professor of New Testament Criticism and Literature Emeritus at Yale Divinity School. A member of The Society of Biblical Literature for over fifty years, Abe was a highly productive scholar who made major contributions in several areas. This book in honor of Prof. Abe Malherbe is the product of South African and international scholars honoring the memory of a great New Testament scholar working in the USA and influencing especially the country of his birth South Africa.

Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Greco-Roman Literature, Literature

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Review by Christopher R. Hutson
Published 4/11/2019
Citation: Christopher R. Hutson, review of Marius Nel, Jan G. van der Watt, and Fika J. van Rensburg, eds., The New Testament in the Graeco-Roman World: Articles in Honour of Abe Malherbe, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2019).

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