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As the Bandit Will I Confess You

This campaign succeeded on Sep 20, 2021.
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As the first comprehensive, critical overview of the early Christian interpretation of the story of the "Good Thief" in Luke 23.39-43, this monograph (published by the University of Strasbourg and distributed by Brepols) is a revised version of the author's PhD dissertation at the University of Virginia. It was been well-reviewed by international scholars in a wide variety of academic journals.

 

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(March 19, 2021, 2 p.m.)
As the author, I have requested and received terms from Brepols and the University of Strasbourg to coordinate a fund-raising campaign to unglue this book and make its digital version open access for $3150.00.

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The rights holder, Mark Bilby , has agreed to release As the Bandit Will I Confess You to the world as a Creative Commons licensed ebook (CC BY-NC-ND) thanks to the efforts of ungluers like you.

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The future Open Access digital edition will be essentially identical to the 2013 print edition, except for the addition of a Donor Acknowledgement page where all donors, if they so choose, can be recognized by name or anonymously.

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Keywords

  • Religion
  • Religion / Biblical Criticism & Interpretation

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