Appendix C: Bibliography

 

Achtemeier, Paul J. Gen. Ed., Harper Collins Bible Dictionary, (Harper San Francisco, 1996, Society of Biblical Literature)

Philip L. Shuler, “Disciple.”
McCarter, P. Kyle Jr.,“Israel.”

Agnes, Michael, Ed. in Chief, Webster’s New World College Dictionary, fourth ed., (Wiley pub., Cleveland, Ohio, 2002).

Aland, K., Black, M., Martini, C. M., Metzger, B. M., Robinson, M., & Wikgren, A. The Greek New Testament,

Fourth Revised Edition (with Morphology), (Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1993, 2006).

Arndt, Wm. F. and Gingrich, F. Wilbur, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature,

a translation and adaptation of Walter Bauer’s German ed., 1952,(University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 1957).

Arndt W., Danker F.W., & Bauer W., A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and other early Christian literature,

third ed., (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 2000).

Brenton, Sir Lancelot C.L., The Septuagint with Apocrypha: Greek and English, (Hendrickson Pub., 5th Printing, 1995).

Butler, Thomas W., Let Her Keep It: Jesus’ Ordination of Mary of Bethany – A New Approach to the Study of the

Gospel According to John through its use of Mosaic Oracles, (Quantum Leap Pub., Tracy California, 1998).

Danby, Herbert,Mikwaoth (Immersion Pools),” in The Mishnah: Translated from the Hebrew with Introduction and

Brief Explanatory Notes, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1933, 16th Impression 1987.

Freedman, David Noel ed. in chief, The Anchor Bible Dictionary, (Doubleday, New York, 1992).

Carroll, Scott T., “Tiberius,” Vol. VI.
Follis, Elaine R., “Zion, Daughter of,” Vol. VI.
Friberg, Joran, “Numbers and Counting,” Vol. IV.
Jones, Donald L., “Roman Imperial Cult” Vol. V.
Harion, Gary, “Thisbe,” Vol. VI. Levine, L. I., “Herod the Great,” Vol. III.
Mare, Harold W., “Zion,” Vol. VI.
Porton, Gary, “Midrash,” vol. IV.
Rehm, Merlin D., “Levites and Priests,” Vol. IV.
Saldarini, Anthony J., “Pharisees,” Vol. 5; “Sanhedron,” Vol. V.
Simundson, Daniel J., “Suffering,” Vol. VI.
Wallace, Howard N. “Adam (PERSON),” Vol. I.
Walsh, Jerome T., “Elijah,” Vol. 2.; “Tishbe” and “Tishbite,” Vol. VI.
Walters, Stanley D., “Jacob Narrative,” Vol. III.

Kittel, G., Friedrich, G., & Bromiley, G. W. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament in One Volume, Little Kittle,”

(W.B. Eerdmans Pub., Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1985).

Michel, Otto,“ὁμολογέω.”

Rengstorf, Karl H.,“manthánō – to learn,

katamanthánōto examine, consider,
mathētḗspupil,disciple,symmathētḗsfellow disciple,
mathḗtriafemale disciple,
mathēteúō to become a pupil, to make disciples.”,

Schrage, Wolfgang, “ἀποσυνάγωγος

Kittel, Gerhard ed., Bromiley, Geoffrey W., trans. and ed., Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, from

Theologisches Worterbuch zum Neuen Testament, (Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub., Grand Rapids, Michigan,
Vol. I, II: 1964, Vol. III: 1965, Vol. IV, V: 1967, Vol. VI: 1968, Vol. VII: 1971,Vol. VIII: 1972, Vol. IX: 1974; Vol. X: 1976).

Bertram, Georg, “στρέφω,” Vol. VII; “φυλάσσω, φυλακή,” Vol. IX.

Büchsel, Friedrich, “μονογενής,” Vol. IV, (electronic ed.)

Debrunner, A., “ λέγω, λόγος, ῥῆμα, λαλέω, λόγιος, λόγιον, ἄλογος, λογικός,
λογομαξέω, λογομαχία, ἐκλέγομαι, (etc.)” Vol. IV.

Delling, Gerhard, “ἡμέρα,” Vol. II.;

νύξ,” Vol. IV.;
Παραλαμβάνω: The Question of Tradition in Judaism,” Vol. IV;
πλήρωμα,” Vol. VI.

Greeven, Heinrich, “περιστερά,” Vol. VI.

Grundman, Walter, “κράζω, ἀνακράζω, κραυγή, κραυγάζω,” Vol. III.

Gutbrod, W., “νόμος,” Vol. IV.

Hauck, Friedrick, “καθαρός,” Vol. III.

Hauck, Friedrich and Schulz, Siegfried, “πορεύομαι,” Vol. VI.

Jeremias, Johachim, “ἄνθρωπος,” Vol. I; “Ἡλ(ε)ίας,” Vol. II.

Kittle, Gerhard, “ἀκολουθέῶ,” Vol. I.

Meyer, Rudolph and Weiss, H.F., “καθαρός,” Vol. 3; “
Φαρισαιος,” Vol. IX.

Michaelis, Wilhelm, “μέλας,” Vol. IV;
ὁράω, εἶδον, βλέπω, ὀπτάνομαι, θεάομαι, θεωρέω, Vol. V;
ὁδός,Vol. V.

Oepke, Albrecht, “βάπτω, βαπτίζω,” Vol. I.

Oppenheimer, Benjamin Isaac Aharon, “Bar Kokhba,” Vol. I

Rengstorf, Karl Heinrich, “διδάσκω, διδάσκαλος,” Vol. II;
μανθάνω,καταμανθάνω, μαθητής, συμμαθητής, μαθήτρια, μαθητεύω,” Vol. IV

Sasse Hermann, “κόσμος in the LXX.: The Concept of the Cosmos in Judaism,” Vol. III.

Schlier, Heinrich, “αἵρεσις and מִין in the LXX and Judaism,” “αἵρεσις in the NT,” Vol. I.

Schneider, Johannes, “κλάδος,” Vol. III;
ξύλον,” Vol. V.

Schrage, Wolfgang, “ἀποσυνάγωγος,” Vol. VII.

Schrenk, Gottlob, “θέλω, θέλημα, θέλησις,” Vol. III.

Stauffer, Ethelbert, “βοάω (→ κράζω),” Vol. I.

Louw, J.P., and Nida, E.A., Greek-English lexicon of the New Testament: Based on Semantic Domain

electronic ed. of the 2nd edition, (United Bible Societies, New York, 1996).

Munk, Rabbi Michael L., ed., Scherm, Rabbi Nosson, Overview,The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet:

The Sacred Letters as a Guide to Jewish Deed and Thought, (Mesorah Pub. Ltd., First Impression 1983, Tenth Impression 1998).

Neusner, Jacob, Introduction to Rabbinic Literature, (Doubleday, New York, New York, 1994).
“A huge supplement to the Mishnah”
“The Tosefta”

Ottley, Richard R., A Handbook to the Septuagint, (Methuen & Co. Ltd., London, England, 1920).

Shanks, Hershel, Ed., Biblical Archeology Review

Adler, Yonatan, “Interface of Archeology and Texts,” Nov./Dec. 2012, Vol. 38 no. 6.

Deines, Roland, “The Pharisees – Good Guys with Bad Press,” July/Aug. 2013, Vol. 39 no. 4.

Von Wahlde, Urban C.,“The Puzzling Pool of Bethesda Where Jesus Cured the Crippled Man,
”Sept./Oct., 2011, vol. 37, No. 5.

Strong, J., Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon, Logos Bible Software, (Bellingham, Washington, 2001).

Swanson, J., Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains: Greek (New Testament), Oak Harbor,

Logos Research Systems, Inc., electronic ed., (1997).

Tan, R., de Silva, D.A., The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament, Logos Bible Software, (2009).

Tan, R., de Silva, D.A., & Logos Bible Software, The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint,

Logos Bible Software, (2009).

The Holy Bible: English Standard Version, Standard Bible Society, Wheaton, (2001).

The Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version, Thomas Nelson Pub., Nashville, Tennessee,(1989).

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