A Theory of Character in New Testament Narrative Paperback – 1 Apr 2014
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"Cornelis Bennema has already established himself at the forefront of the study of characterization in the Gospels. He has identified the need for a comprehensive theory of characterization that is informed by both ancient and modern literary theorists. I fully expect that his next book will be a milestone in the field of narrative criticism of the Gospels and Acts." R. Alan Culpepper Mercer University
About the Author
Cornelis Bennema is senior lecturer in New Testament at the Wales Evangelical School of Theology (U.K.) and Extraordinary Associate Professor, Unit for Reformed Theology and the Development of the South African Society, Faculty of Theology, North-West University (South Africa).
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