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Lux Humana, Lux Aeterna: Essays on Biblical and Related Themes in Honour of Lars Aejmelaeus
Mustakallio, Antti, editor

Helsinki/Göttingen: Finnish Exegetical Society/Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2005 pp. x + 555. $63.00

Series Information
Publications of the Finnish Exegetical Society, 89

Description: The essays in this Festschrift for Lars Aejmelaeus, Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Helsinki, are written by his colleagues, friends, and students. They represent a variety of fields such as Septuagint research, Jewish, Gnostic, and New Testament studies. This volume is also a sample of the labours of the research unit on "The Formation of Early Jewish and Christian Ideology" of the University of Helsinki and Abo Akademi University, which was nominated a Centre of Excellence award by the Academy of Finland for 2000—2005. In this research unit, Lars Aejmelaeus has co-led the group on "The Hellenistic Context of Christianity."

Subjects: Bible, Literature

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Review by Korinna Zamfir
Published 8/25/2007
Citation: Korinna Zamfir, review of Antti Mustakallio, ed., Lux Humana, Lux Aeterna: Essays on Biblical and Related Themes in Honour of Lars Aejmelaeus, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2007).

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