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The Metaphorical World of the Sacred Word in the Prefaces of the English Bible – Translations from Tyndale to the King James Bible In: Fabiny, Tibor; Tóth, Sára (szerk.) The King James Bible (1611–2011) : Prehistory and Afterlife
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Károli’s (King) James Bible (Conference) – A Preface to the Papers In: The King James Bible (1611–2011): Prehistory and Afterlife Budapest, Magyarország : Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, L’Harmattan Kiadó (2016) , 256 p. , pp. 7-10.
Jonathan Edwards and the Indians In: Sepsi, Enikő; Nagy, Judit; Vassányi, Miklós; Kenyeres, János (szerk.) Indigenous Perspectives of North America : A Collection of Studies
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The Shadows of the Future: Michael’s Typological Vision of History in Paradise Lost Books 11-12 In: Szitár, Katalin; Molnár, Angelika; Kovács, Gábor; Selmeczi, János; S., Horváth Géza (szerk.) Esemény és költészet : Az irodalomértés kortárs horizontjai a magyar és a nemzetközi tudományosságban. Tanulmányok Kovács Árpád hetvenedik születésnapjára
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„Ann-Stephane Schafer: Auctoritas Patrum? The Reception of the Church Fathers in Puritanism”  AMERIKASTUDIEN / AMERICAN STUDIES 59 : 1. (2014) Paper
The Theological Models or Visions of a Christian University – A Community of Faith in the Community of Knowledge In: Enikő, Sepsi; Péter, Balla; Márton, Csanády – Yearbook of Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary : 2013. Budapest, Magyarország : L’Harmattan Kiadó, (2014) pp. 189-198. , 110 p.
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The Christian University: An Oxymoron or a Community of Faith and Knowledge In: Abraham, Kovacs; Zoltan, S Schwab (szerk.) In Academia for the Church : Eastern and Central European Theological Perspectives
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„The Drama of Reconciliation in the Post-Communist Hungarian Church” In: Robert, Schreiter; Knud, Jørgensen (szerk.) Mission As Ministry of Reconciliation. Oxford, Egyesült Királyság / Anglia : Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, (2013) pp. 231-238. , 8 p.
The Eternal Jewel and the Common Enemy of Man. Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the Symbolism of Evil In: Magdaléna, Bilá; Sandra, Zákutoná (szerk.) Language, Literature, Culture in a Changing Transatlantic World II. Literature, Methodology of English Language Teaching. Presov, Szlovákia : Filozofická fakulta Presovskej univerzity, (2013) pp. 49-65. , 17 p.
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“Stirring” A Verbal Parallel in the 14th Century The Cloud of Unknowning and in the 16th Century Reformer and Bible-Translator William Tyndale (2013)
’If We Pray Him’: Varieties of Prayer in: Milton’s Paradise Lost” In: Ittzés, Gábor; Péti, Miklós (szerk.) Milton Through the Centuries. Budapest, Magyarország : Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, L’Harmattan Kiadó, (2012) pp. 137-149. , 13 p.
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The Ear as a Metaphor: Aural Imagery in Shakespeare’s Great Tragedies and Its Relation to Music and Time in Cymbeline and Pericles  HUNGARIAN JOURNAL OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN STUDIES 11 : 1 pp. 189-202. , 14 p. (2005) 
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