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09

New Testament Notes: Week 14 (Wednesday)

Some brief notes on the development of early Christian eschatological expectations:

RELC 122 Notes: 4/23

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4 Responses to “New Testament Notes: Week 14 (Wednesday)”


  1. 1 Ryan
    April 23, 2009 at 12:18 pm

    Cool, man. Good work, becoming an authority within your first year of your PhD work! No offense, but I didn’t expect that.

    I’ve added your blog, as well. Take care! If you’re around, let me know.

  2. 2 Ryan
    April 23, 2009 at 8:18 am

    Cool, man. Good work, becoming an authority within your first year of your PhD work! No offense, but I didn’t expect that.

    I’ve added your blog, as well. Take care! If you’re around, let me know.

  3. 3 kevinscull
    May 3, 2009 at 4:49 am

    I was wondering if your notes are your own thoughts on these topics or the thoughts of your instructor. Also, is this a course taught by Harry Gamble. He’s one of my favorite scholars. I recently posted a review of his work Books and Readers on my blog.

  4. 4 kevinscull
    May 3, 2009 at 12:49 am

    I was wondering if your notes are your own thoughts on these topics or the thoughts of your instructor. Also, is this a course taught by Harry Gamble. He’s one of my favorite scholars. I recently posted a review of his work Books and Readers on my blog.


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