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by Felix Just,and Tom Thatcher,editors,Paul N. Anderson

Download John, Jesus, and History, Volume 2: Aspects of Historicity in the Fourth Gospel eBook
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1589833929
Author:
Felix Just,and Tom Thatcher,editors,Paul N. Anderson
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Society of Biblical Literature (November 6, 2009)
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Paul N. Anderson is Professor of Biblical and Quaker Studies at George Fox University. He is the author of The Christology of the Fourth Gospel (Cascade Books) and The Fourth Gospel and the Quest for Jesus (T&T Clark).

Paul N. is a Director of Biblical Education at the Loyola Institute for Spirituality in Orange, California. Tom Thatcher is Professor of New Testament at Cincinnati Christian University. Anderson, Felix Just, Tom Thatcher Paul N. Anderson is Professor of Biblical and Quaker Studies at George Fox . Anderson, Felix Just, Tom Thatcher. Paul N.

If not, why does John alone among the Gospels claim eyewitness connections to Jesus? If so, why is so much of John s material unique to John? Using various methodologies and addressing key historical issues in John, these essays advance the critical inquiry into Gospel historiography.

If not, why does John alone among the Gospels claim eyewitness connections to Jesus? If so, why is so much of John s material unique to John? Using various methodologies and addressing key historical issues in John, these essays advance the critical inquiry into Gospel historiography and John s place within it, leading to an impressive consensus and convergences along the way. The contributors are Paul N. Anderson; Mark Appold; Richard Bauckham; Helen K. Bond; Richard A. Burridge; James H. Charlesworth; Jaime Clark-Soles; Mary Coloe; R. Alan Culpepper; Craig A. Evans; Sean Freyne.

The writer of the Fourth Gospel, however, assumes that truly understanding the pre-Easter Jesus involves a post-Easter perspective. Part 2: Aspects of Historicity in John 5–12.

ISBN: 978-1-589-83392-0). Article in The Expository Times 122(1):42-42 · September 2010 with 5 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Over the last two centuries, many scholars have considered the Gospel of John off-limits for all quests for the historical Jesus. That stance, however, creates a new set of problems that need to be addressed thoughtfully. The essays in this book, reflecting the ongoing deliberations of an international group of Johannine and Jesus scholars, critically assess two primary assumptions of the prevalent view: the dehistoricization of John and the de-Johannification of Jesus.

John, Jesus, and History : Aspects of Historicity in the Fourth Gospel. by Felix Just and Tom Thatcher. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781589833920. Release Date:October 2009.

This groundbreaking volume draws together an international group of leading biblical scholars to consider one of the most controversial religious topics in the modern era: Is the Gospel of John the most theological and distinctive among the four canonical Gospels historical or not? If not, why does John alone among the Gospels claim eyewitness connections to Jesus? If so, why is so much of John s material unique to John? Using various methodologies and addressing key historical issues in John, these essays advance the critical inquiry into Gospel historiography and John s place within it, leading to an impressive consensus and convergences along the way. The contributors are Paul N. Anderson; Mark Appold; Richard Bauckham; Helen K. Bond; Richard A. Burridge; James H. Charlesworth; Jaime Clark-Soles; Mary Coloe; R. Alan Culpepper; Craig A. Evans; Sean Freyne; Jeffrey Paul Garcia; Brian D. Johnson; Peter J. Judge; Felix Just, S.J.; Craig S. Keener; Edward W. Klink III; Craig R. Koester; Michael Labahn; Mark A. Matson; James F. McGrath; Susan Miller; Gail R. O Day; Bas van Os; Tom Thatcher; Derek M. H. Tovey; Urban C. von Wahlde; and Ben Witherington III.