By David E. Aune
The Westminster Dictionary of latest and Early Christian Literature and Rhetoric is an authoritative reference that info many of the literary and rhetorical types present in the hot testomony and within the literature of the early Christian church. David Aune's huge examine should be of massive worth to students and all these drawn to the ways that literary and rhetorical types have been hired and the way they functioned within the early Christian world.
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