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3. Moessner, ' "Leaven of the Pharisees"', p. 37. 4. Moessner, Banquet, pp. 67-69, 118-19. 5. Moessner, Banquet, pp. 68-69. 6. Moessner, ' "The Christ Must Suffer"', p. 226. 7. Moessner, '"The Christ Must Suffer"', pp. 227-28; 'Paul in Acts', pp. 101-102. 8. Moessner, 'Paul in Acts', p. 102; '"Leaven of the Pharisees"', pp. 30-31; Banquet, p. 310. 9. Moessner, 'Paul in Acts', pp. 102-103; Banquet, p. 311. 10. Moessner, ' "Leaven of the Pharisees"', p. 41. 11. Moessner, 'Paul in Acts', pp. 102-103.

Freiburg: Herder, 1980-82], I, p. 271 n. 68; I, p. 468; II, p. 129) but understands that they represent the entire nation (Die Apostelgeschichte, I, p. 347; II, p. 78; idem, 'Das Verfahren gegen Jesus in der Sicht des dritten Evangeliums [Lk 22,54-23,25]: Redaktionskritik und historische Ruckfrage', in K. ], Der Prozess gegen Jesus: Historische Ruckfrage und theologische Deutung [QD, 112; Freiburg: Herder, 1989), pp. 117-18, 121). 1. 3 Nevertheless, Jewish rejection of the Christian message is still important to Luke.

Buchele, Der Tod Jesu im Lukasevangelium: Eine redaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchung zu Lk 23 (Frankfurter Theologische Studien, 26; Frankfurt: Knecht, 1978), pp. H. J. Cassidy and PJ. ), Political Issues in Luke-Acts (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1983), p. H. Neyrey, The Passion according to Luke: A Redaction Study of Luke's Soteriology (New York and Mahwah: Paulist Press, 1985), pp. 70-73, 82-83. 1. Schneider, Verleugnung, p. 195. 2. Loning, 'Heilsgeschichte', pp. 219-20. 3. Keck, Offentliche Abschiedsrede, pp.

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