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__________, Loaves and Fishes: The Function of the Feeding Stories in the Gospel of Mark. SBLDS 54. Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1981.

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__________, "Sacred Text in an Electronic Age." Biblical Theology Bulletin 20 (1990): 99-106.

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