Slave parables in the gospel of Luke - gospel 'texts of terror'?

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Dowling, Elizabeth. (2008). Slave parables in the gospel of Luke - gospel 'texts of terror'? Australian Biblical Review. 56, pp. 61 - 68.
AuthorsDowling, Elizabeth
Year2008
JournalAustralian Biblical Review
Journal citation56, pp. 61 - 68
PublisherFellowship for Biblical Studies
ISSN0045-0308
Page range61 - 68
Research GroupSchool of Theology
Place of publicationAustralia
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