|1||8||Stephen Smuts||Biblical Paths||224909|
|2||9||Matt Dabbs||Kingdom Living||228817|
|3||11||Mark Stevens||Scripture, Ministry, and the People of God||240043|
|4||14||Jeremy Thompson||Free Old Testament Audio Website Blog||328123|
|5||15||Brian LePort, JohnDave Medina, and Robert Jimenez||Near Emmaus: Christ and Text||331730|
|9||36||Rick Mansfield||This Lamp||736522|
|10||38||Brandon Wason||Sitz im Leben||791601|
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