The Son of Man in the teaching of Jesus

@article{Higgins1980TheSO,
  title={The Son of Man in the teaching of Jesus},
  author={A. Higgins},
  journal={Journal of Biblical Literature},
  year={1980},
  volume={103},
  pages={110}
}
  • A. Higgins
  • Published 1980
  • Philosophy, History
  • Journal of Biblical Literature
Preface Abbreviations Introduction Part I: 1. The Son of man and ancient Judaism 2. The Son of man in the synoptic gospels in recent study Part II: 3. The synoptic text: I 4. The synoptic text: II 5. The kernel sayings Notes Select bibliography Index of authors Index of references. 
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