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This bibliography of the book Newness in Old Testament Prophecy: An Intertextual Study presents a list of references that have been cited in the book. Intertextuality refers to the ability of texts to be connected to other texts and in this way to be drawn into the 'quasi world' of literature. Concepts and terminology occurring frequently in intertextual studies include: point of connection ('Berührung'); influence; borrowing; reference; allusion; echo; and citation. Point of connection is the most neutral, and citation the most inclusive indication of the intended communality.

Keywords: Berührung; intertextual study; newness; Old Testament prophecy



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