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eBook The Gospel of John as Literature: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Perspectives (New Testament Tools and Studies) ePub

by Stibbe

  • ISBN: 9004098488
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Stibbe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill (July 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 254
  • ePub book: 1914 kb
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New Testament Tools, Studies and Documents, Volume: 1. Each of them takes as its starting point the Gospel of John as a literary unity

This volume contains thirteen essays written between 1900 and today. Each of them takes as its starting point the Gospel of John as a literary unity. The volume as a whole traces literary studies of John back to the early 1900's and charts their development from then. Some of these essays are little known even to Johannine scholars. Others are recognized as classics in the field. Two of them are translations. This book is therefore a timely and indispensable resource for those interested in the history of the fourth gospel interpretation, and in examples of literary methods applied to John.

This book is therefore a timely and indispensable resource for those .

This book is therefore a timely and indispensable resource for those interested in the history of the fourth gospel interpretation, and in examples of literary methods applied to John. The Gospel of John As Literature: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Perspectives (New Testament Tools and Studies, Vol 17). ISBN. 9004098488 (ISBN13: 9789004098480). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

The gospels as works of literature. John in recent study. The contribution of john. Fortress, 1986) Jones-Maurice Jones, The New Testament in the Twentieth Century (London

The gospels as works of literature. The Genre of the Gospels. Fortress, 1986) Jones-Maurice Jones, The New Testament in the Twentieth Century (London: Macmillan, 1934) JSNT-Journal for the Study of the New Testament JSNTSupp-Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplements JSOT-Journal for the Study of the Old Testament JTC-Journal for Theology and the Church JTS-Journal of Theological Studies Jülicher-Adolf Jülicher, An Introduction to the New Testament (London: Smith

Tools Toggle Dropdown Some have thought that the author was James, the brother of John and the son of Zebedee; bu. .

Tools Toggle Dropdown. Bible Living Articles. Three persons named James are mentioned in the New Testament, and it has been a question which of these persons was the author of our Epistle. Some have thought that the author was James, the brother of John and the son of Zebedee; but this seems quite impossible, because he suffered martyrdom in the year 44, before the dispersion of the Jewish Christians which is mentioned in its opening words. It was after this James, the brother of John, was slain, and largely because of his death, that members of the church fled from Jerusalem and made their way beyond the bounds of Palestine.

This volume contains thirteen essays written between 1900 and today. The volume as a whole traces literary studies of John back to the early 1900's and charts their development from then

This volume contains thirteen essays written between 1900 and today. Two of them are translations

A New New Testament offers its readers an expansive opening onto the . A New New Testament will be a vital resource for the 21st century

A New New Testament offers its readers an expansive opening onto the world of the early Christians. For the first time, modern readers can explore a range of voices and theological perspectives that have not been heard for centuries, set side-by-side with well-known biblical books. A New New Testament will be a vital resource for the 21st century. He includes gnostic material such as prayers and the Gospel of Thomas (from Nag Hammadi), various Odes of Solomon (which has been found in other canons), pseudo-gospels (Mary, Truth) created to tell other a particular story or theme for certain groups, as well as secret revelations.

The Twentieth Century New Testament (TCNT) is an English translation of the New Testament. Originally published in three parts between 1898 and 1901, it is considered the first translation of the Bible into modern English

The Twentieth Century New Testament (TCNT) is an English translation of the New Testament. Originally published in three parts between 1898 and 1901, it is considered the first translation of the Bible into modern English. The Twentieth Century New Testament was produced in Britain over a period of 15 years by a group of approximately 20 people

An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Perspectives (New Testament Tools and Studies, Vol 17). by Mark W. G. Stibbe. Published July 1993 by Brill Academic Publishers.

An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Perspectives (New Testament Tools and Studies, Vol 17).

Delivers top-end studies on New Testament critical and theological . The book is an excellent study of the notion of honor in ancient literature and provides the reader with important and interesting background material.

Delivers top-end studies on New Testament critical and theological discussions. Includes contributions from young scholars as well as seasoned experts. Explores historical, social-scientific, literary, theological, and contextual perspectives. The Son-Father Relationship and Christological Symbolism in the Gospel of John. The book is an excellent study of the notion of honor in ancient literature and provides the reader with important and interesting background material for the study of Pauline letters. It is a must to read for the scholars and students working on 1 Corinthians.

This chapter is comprised of two stories. The first is when Jesus turns water into wine at a wedding and the second is when he becomes angry and overturns the tables of the moneychangers in the temple at Jerusalem

This chapter is comprised of two stories. The first is when Jesus turns water into wine at a wedding and the second is when he becomes angry and overturns the tables of the moneychangers in the temple at Jerusalem. Both events are done in front of large crowds of people and used to establish the holy nature of Jesus. It is what solidified his disciple’s faith in him and in his abilities, and what made many people believe in him and his abilities.

This volume contains thirteen essays written between 1900 and today. Each of them takes as its starting point the Gospel of John as a literary unity. The volume as a whole traces literary studies of John back to the early 1900's and charts their development from then. Some of these essays are little known even to Johannine scholars. Others are recognized as classics in the field. Two of them are translations. This book is therefore a timely and indispensable resource for those interested in the history of the fourth gospel interpretation, and in examples of literary methods applied to John.