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This bibliography contains a list of reference books, articles, and other works that have been cited for the book The Prophet-King: Moses Traditions and the Johannine Christology. The book investigates to clarify the way in which the motifs represented by the two terms "prophet" and "king" in the Fourth Gospel not only are interrelated, but interpret each other. A study of similar combinations of the prophetic and royal motifs in representative sources from the Mediterranean religious world of the first Christian centuries will help to define the range of connotations of these two motifs and especially of the composite figure wherever it appears. The investigation permits some deductions about the Johannine Christology and about the Christian community that described Jesus as "the Prophet" and "the King of Israel".

Keywords: Christian community; Israel; Johannine Christology; Moses Traditions

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