German annotated bibliographic commentary

I also came across this (for lack of a better term) annotated bibliographic commentary of Galatians in German. It divides the epistle into sections and has an exegetical summary with annotated bibliography for each section. It is very helpful for those who read German or who know how to use Google translator😉 Quite frankly PhD programs need to expect students to be able to use tools like Google just as much as knowing German, French, etc. However, I don’t know of any programs that test a students Google-bility in order to progress to the dissertation.

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