The Priest-King Melchizedek - Der Priest-König Melkisedek The Reception of Gen 14,18-20 in Hebrews Mediated by Psalm 110 - Die Rezeption von Gen 14,18-20 im Hebräerbrief vermittelt durch Psalm 110 [Book Review]

Bijdragen 54 (4):393-406 (1993)

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