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This front matter section of the book Sparsa Collecta: The Collected Essays of W.C. van Unnik. Part Four: Neotestamentica - Flavius Josephus - Patristica contains the table of contents, a preface, acknowledgements, and a note on Willem Cornelis van Unnik (1910-1978). The book presents collected essays by Willem C. van Unnik. It includes three sections, namely Neotestamentica, Flavius Josephus and Patristica. The first section deals with translations of Gospel of Mark and Matthew and interpretation of Romans. The second section discusses Josephus' account of story of Israel's sin and reviews divine predicates in Flavius Josephus and the Apocalypse of John. The last section contains the literary genre of First Epistle of Clement, theological discussion, Presbyters in Irenaeus' works and notes on Irenaeus.

Keywords: Apocalypse of John; Flavius Josephus; Gospel of Mark; Irenaeus; Israel; Neotestamentica; Patristica; Romans; Willem Cornelis van Unnik

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