We are Family: Deuteronomy 14 and the Boundaries of an Israelite Identity

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Nestor, Dermot. (2013). We are Family: Deuteronomy 14 and the Boundaries of an Israelite Identity. The Bible and Critical Theory. 9(1), pp. 49 - 64.
AuthorsNestor, Dermot
Year2013
JournalThe Bible and Critical Theory
Journal citation9 (1), pp. 49 - 64
ISSN1832-3391
Open accessOpen access
Page range49 - 64
Research GroupSchool of Theology
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