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By John R. Levison

Containing meticulous, up to date scholarship but written in a flowing, relaxing variety, this entire ebook takes readers on a trip via a panoramic array of literary texts, encompassing the literature of Israel, early Judaism, the Greco-Roman global, and the recent testomony. John R. Levison's ability with old texts -- already confirmed in his acclaimed The Spirit in First-Century Judaism -- is the following prolonged to a myriad of different expressions of the Spirit in antiquity.

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