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This section presents a list of modern authors, and Biblical and other ancient sources (terms) that are relevant to the book "And Scripture Cannot be Broken". The book argues that many early Christian quotations of the Old Testament derive not from scriptural manuscripts, but rather from authoritative written testimonia collections developed to support basic Christian beliefs. Combining recent patristic studies (notably on Justin and Barnabas) and evidence from Qumran with detailed examination of quotations in the New Testament, the book builds a fresh case for a neglected scholarly hypothesis.

Keywords: Barnabas; Christian quotations; Old Testament

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