"Witness" And "Bearing Witness" In The Legal Settings Of The Pentateuch And The Gospel Of John: An Intertextual Study

@inproceedings{Marti2017WitnessA,
  title={"Witness" And "Bearing Witness" In The Legal Settings Of The Pentateuch And The Gospel Of John: An Intertextual Study},
  author={Franklin A. Marti},
  year={2017}
}
“WITNESS” AND “BEARING WITNESS” IN THE LEGAL SETTINGS OF THE PENTATEUCH AND THE GOSPEL OF JOHN: AN INTERTEXTUAL STUDY 

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