Publication

Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Popović, M. (ed.), Roig Lanzillotta, L. (ed.) & Wilde, C. (ed.), 1-Oct-2018, De Gruyter. 210 p. (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation ; vol. 10)

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APA

Popović, M., Roig Lanzillotta, L., & Wilde, C. (Eds.) (2018). Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation ; Vol. 10). De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110596601

Author

Popović, Mladen (Editor) ; Roig Lanzillotta, Lautaro (Editor) ; Wilde, Clare (Editor). / Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. De Gruyter, 2018. 210 p. (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation ).

Harvard

Popović, M, Roig Lanzillotta, L & Wilde, C (eds) 2018, Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation , vol. 10, De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110596601

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Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. / Popović, Mladen (Editor); Roig Lanzillotta, Lautaro (Editor); Wilde, Clare (Editor).

De Gruyter, 2018. 210 p. (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation ; Vol. 10).

Research output: Book/ReportBookAcademic

Vancouver

Popović M, (ed.), Roig Lanzillotta L, (ed.), Wilde C, (ed.). Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. De Gruyter, 2018. 210 p. (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation ). https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110596601


BibTeX

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