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The ritual of blood sacrifice as evidenced in Colossians 1:20 and its implications in Akan traditional culture
Inheriting 'eternal life' in Luke's travel narrative: Redaction and narrative in Luke 9.51-19.44
Colonial education and class formation in early Judaism: A postcolonial reading
Passage to wisdom: Psalm 90, Moses, and recursions in reading
Abraham as a spiritual ancestor in Romans 4 in the context of the Roman appropriation of ancestors: Some implications of Paul's use of Abraham for Shona Christians in postcolonial Zimbabwe.
Faith and freedom in Galatia: A Senegalese Diola sociopostcolonial hermeneutics
"Resolviendo": Narratives of survival in the Hebrew Bible and in Cuba today
Hippolytus' commentary "On the Song of Songs" in social and critical context
Humor-neutics: Analyzing humor and humor functions in the Synoptic Gospels
Divine queenship and Psalm 45
Identity, memory, and prototypicality in early Christianity: Peter, Paul, and recategorization in the acts of the Apostles
Mark without Mark: Problematizing the reliability of a reconstructed text of Q
(Be)longing and/or nation A postcolonial-diasporic reading of the narrative in John 4:1--42
The Spirit and social and moral identity in Paul's letter to the Galatians
Reading 1 Corinthians with philosophically educated women
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