Mislæste Luther vitterlig Paulus? Arvesynd og filosofi i tidlig jødisk eksegese

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Mislæste Luther vitterlig Paulus? Arvesynd og filosofi i tidlig jødisk eksegese. / Buch-Hansen, Gitte.

Bibelen og Reformationen. red. / Martin Friis; Mette Bundvad; Mogens Müller; Gitte Buch-Hansen. Eksistensen, 2017. s. 137 (Forum for Bibelsk Eksegese, Bind 20).

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Buch-Hansen, G 2017, Mislæste Luther vitterlig Paulus? Arvesynd og filosofi i tidlig jødisk eksegese. i M Friis, M Bundvad, M Müller & G Buch-Hansen (red), Bibelen og Reformationen. Eksistensen, Forum for Bibelsk Eksegese, bind 20, s. 137.

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Buch-Hansen, G. (2017). Mislæste Luther vitterlig Paulus? Arvesynd og filosofi i tidlig jødisk eksegese. I M. Friis, M. Bundvad, M. Müller, & G. Buch-Hansen (red.), Bibelen og Reformationen (s. 137). Eksistensen. Forum for Bibelsk Eksegese, Bind. 20

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Buch-Hansen G. Mislæste Luther vitterlig Paulus? Arvesynd og filosofi i tidlig jødisk eksegese. I Friis M, Bundvad M, Müller M, Buch-Hansen G, red., Bibelen og Reformationen. Eksistensen. 2017. s. 137. (Forum for Bibelsk Eksegese, Bind 20).

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Buch-Hansen, Gitte. / Mislæste Luther vitterlig Paulus? Arvesynd og filosofi i tidlig jødisk eksegese. Bibelen og Reformationen. red. / Martin Friis ; Mette Bundvad ; Mogens Müller ; Gitte Buch-Hansen. Eksistensen, 2017. s. 137 (Forum for Bibelsk Eksegese, Bind 20).

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