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The Fourth Gospel in the First-Century Media Culture (Library Of New Testament Studies Series)

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Examines the Fourth Gospel in reference to First-Century media culture, including issues of issues of orality, aurality and performance. >
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  • Catalogue Code 314499
  • Product Code 9780567464682
  • ISBN 0567464687
  • EAN 9780567464682
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category New Testament
  • Publisher T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Feb 2011
  • Dimensions 243 x 168 x 26mm
  • Weight 0.614kg

Donne Anthony Le

Anthony Le Donne (Ph.D., University of Durham) is Assistant Professor of New Testament and Second-Temple Judaism at Lincoln Christian University. Visit his blog at www.anthonyledonne.com


He is the author of Violence and the Bible: Complex Militancy and Metaphor in a Complex World (In collaboration with Joel N. Lohr and Robert Barrett); Historical Jesus: What Can We Know and How Can We Know It? (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2010) and The Historiographical Jesus: Memory, Typology and the Son of David (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2009)
Koorong -Editorial Review.

Tom Thatcher (Ed)

Tom Thatcher is Professor of New Testament at Cincinnati Christian University in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he has taught for many years.

The Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture (Library Of New Testament Studies Series) Paperback
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  • Part I: The Johannine Literature And/in Ancient Media Culture Anthony Le Donne, Introduction: How The Word Became Words James D.g. Dunn, John And The Oral Jesus Tradition Jeffrey Brickle, Seeing, Hearing, Declaring, Writing: Media Dynamics In The Epistles Of John; Part Ii: Johannine Themes; Michael Labahn, Scripture Talks Because Jesus Talks: The Rhetoric Of Persuading And Creativity In John's Use Of Scripture; Catrin Williams, Patriarchs And Prophets Remembered: Social Memory And Perceptions Of Witnesses; Antoinette Wire, Weighing The Johannine 'i Am' Sayings As History; Part Iii: Johannine Texts: Case Studies; Chris Keith, Textual Variance As Textual Performance: The Adulteress' Entrance Into John's Gospel; Whitney Shiner, The Word On The Street: Performance Analysis Of John 8:31-59; Tom Thatcher, The Problem Of The Primitive And The Composition - History Of The Prologue; Part Iv: Responses; Werner Kelber; Alan Culpepper.

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