The Oxford Handbook of Johannine Studies (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
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Engelska
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496
Utgivningsdatum
2018-08-07
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OUP Oxford
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de Boer, Martinus C.
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254 x 177 x 31 mm
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1029 g
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1
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9780198739982
The Oxford Handbook of Johannine Studies (inbunden)

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An authoritative Handbook on the Johannine Literature with contributions from leading specialists in the field. An essential work of reference for students of the New Testament, as well as for those with a more general interest in Biblical literature, while also providing a valuable resource for more advanced readers.
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Judith Lieu is Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, and taught previously at King's College London and Macquarie University, Sydney. She has researched and published extensively in the Johannine Literature and in the formation of early Christianity in the second century. Martinus C. de Boer was Professor of New Testament at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam from 1998 to 2012. He taught earlier at the University of Manchester in England and at Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey, USA. His primary areas of research and publication have been the Letters of Paul and the Johannine Literature.

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Abbreviations List of Contributors 1: Judith M. Lieu and Martinus C. de Boer: Introduction 2: H. A. G. Houghton: The Text of the Gospel and Letters of John 3: Michael Labahn: Literary Sources of the Gospel and Letters of John 4: Harold W. Attridge: John and Other Gospels 5: Martinus C. de Boer: The Story of the Johannine Community and its Literature 6: Tom Thatcher: The Beloved Disciple, the Evangelist, and the Authorship of the Gospel of John 7: Urban C. Von Wahlde: Archaeology and History in the Fourth Gospel 8: Adele Reinhartz: The Jews of the Fourth Gospel 9: Gitte Buch-Hansen: The Johannine Literature in a Greek Context 10: Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer: The Johannine Literature and Contemporary Jewish Literature 11: Alastair H. B. Logan: The Johannine Literature and the Gnostics 12: Jo-Ann A. Brant: The Fourth Gospel as Narrative and Drama 13: Warren Carter: Ideological Readings of the Fourth Gospel 14: Colleen Conway: Gender and the Fourth Gospel 15: Philip S. Esler: Social-Scientific Readings of the Gospel and Letters of John 16: Dorothy A. Lee: Symbolism and Signs in the Fourth Gospel 17: Joerg Frey: Dualism and the World in the Gospel and Lettters of John 18: Ruben Zimmermann: Eschatology and Time in the Gospel of John 19: Udo Schnelle: The Person of Jesus in the Gospel of John 20: Jean Zumstein: The Purpose of the Ministry and Death of Jesus in the Gospel of John 21: Catrin H. Williams: Faith, Life, and the Spirit in the Gospel of John 22: Jan van der Watt: Ethics in Community in the Gospel and Letters of John 23: Bruce G. Schuchard: Temple, Festivals, and Scripture in the Gospel of John 24: Judith M. Lieu: The Johannine Literature and the Canon 25: William Lamb: Johannine Commentaries in the Early Church