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Recognising the Margins: Developments in Biblical and Theological Studies
Jeanrond, Werner†G. and Andrew†D.†H. Mayes, editors

Dublin: Columba, 2006 pp. 352. $34.95

Description: Eighteen scholars from Ireland and from many parts of the world contribute eighteen significant articles under four headings: Biblical Themes, Theological Themes, Cultural Themes and Ethical Themes. The contributors are Joseph Blenkinsopp, Martin Hengel, A. D. H. Mayes, Stephen D. Moore, Ellen J. van Wolde, John Dillon, James P. Mackey, John D'Arcy May, Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Werner G. Jeanrond, Karl-Josef Kuschel, Enda McDonagh, Felix Wilfred, Nigel Biggar, Stephen J. Duffy, Maureen Junker-Kenny, Dietmar Mieth and Elaine M. Wainwright. These essays are published to mark the occasion of SeŠn Freyne's 70th birthday in 2005.

Subjects: Methods, Theological Approaches, Biblical Theology

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Review by Peter R. Rodgers
Published 10/4/2008
Citation: Peter R. Rodgers, review of Werner G. Jeanrond and Andrew D. H. Mayes, eds., Recognising the Margins: Developments in Biblical and Theological Studies, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2008).


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