Ann Graham Brock

Ann Graham Brock has taught at several universities and seminaries and published extensively on the topic of the New Testament and early Christian origins. She has also appeared in documentaries on the History Channel and the BBC.

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Cover: Mary Magdalene, The First Apostle: The Struggle for AuthorityMary Magdalene, The First Apostle: The Struggle for AuthorityBrock, Ann GrahamPAPERBACK03/30/2003$25.00Currently unavailable
Cover: The Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles: Harvard Divinity School StudiesThe Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles: Harvard Divinity School StudiesBovon, Fran├žois
Brock, Ann Graham
Matthews, Christopher R.
PAPERBACK03/01/1999$26.50
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