The New Testament as True Fiction: Literature, Literary Criticism, Aesthetics

Davies, Lloyd G.
September 1999
Christianity & Literature;Autumn1999, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p127
Book Review
Reviews the book "The New Testament As True Fiction: Literature, Literary Criticism, Aesthetics," by Douglas A. Templeton.


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