Raymond E. Brown and the Catholic Biblical Renewal
Paulist Press, 2018 - 332 pagine
A comprehensive, analytical and critical, and deeply appreciative biography of one of greatest biblical scholars of the twentieth century that locates him within the sweep and drama of the Catholic biblical renewal, especially in the United States.
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Interpreter of the Word
Engaging Critical Issues in the Church
Exploring the Johannine Literature
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