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Book Review| September 01 1988
Pseudepigraphy and Ethical Argument in the Pastoral Epistles
Pseudepigraphy and Ethical Argument in the Pastoral Epistles, Lewis R. Donelson.
Journal of Biblical Literature (1988) 107 (3): 558–560.
Robert J. Karris; Pseudepigraphy and Ethical Argument in the Pastoral Epistles. Journal of Biblical Literature 1 September 1988; 107 (3): 558–560. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/3267613
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