Horizons in Biblical Th eology 29 (2007) 61-73 www.brill.nl/hbth © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/187122007X198491 A Comprehensive Bibliography of Paul Sevier Minear (1906-2007) Compiled by Laura C. Sweat Princeton Th eological Seminary, 64 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ 08542-0803, USA firstname.lastname@example.org While this bibliography makes every attempt to be comprehensive, it is not exhaustive. In particular, it does not include Paul Minear’s numer- ous book reviews . Books (Total: 32) An Introduction to Paul . Nashville: Abingdon, 1937. And Great Shall Be Your Reward: Th e Origins of Christian Views of Salva- tion . New Haven: Yale University Press, 1941. Eyes of Faith: A Study in the Biblical Perspective . Philadelphia: Westmin- ster, 1946. Th e Choice: A Story of Christian Faith . Illustrated by Harry T. Fisk. Phil- adelphia: Westminster, 1948. Th e Kingdom and the Power: An Exposition of the New Testament Gospel . Philadelphia: Westminster, 1950. Th e Interpreter and the Birth Narratives. Uppsala: Wretmans Boktryck- eri, 1951. Kierkegaard and the Bible: An Index . With Paul S. Morimoto. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Seminary, 1953. Christian Hope and the Second Coming . Philadelphia: Westminster, 1954. Jesus and His People . World Christian Books. New York:
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