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on the Gospel and Epistles of John


Ashton, John, ed. The Interpretation of John. 2nd ed. Studies in NT Interpretation. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1997.
First Edition (Fortress Press & SPCK, 1986) contained the first eight essays only.
ISBN: 0-567-08546-5

Acknowledgements; Contributors; Foreword; Abbreviations / vii-xiv
Introduction to the Second Edition / 1-5
Introduction: The Problem of John / John Ashton / 7-25

1) The History of Religions Background of the Prologue to the Gospel of John (1923) / Rudolf Bultmann / 27-46
2) The Prologue of John (1964) / Paul Lamarche / 47-65
3) The Truth in Saint John (1963) / Ignace de la Potterie / 67-82
4) God's Agent in the Fourth Gospel (1968) / Peder Borgen / 83-95
5) Towards the Interpretation of John's Gospel: A Discussion of The New Testament of Jesus by Ernst Käsemann (1968) / Günther Bornkamm / 97-119
6) Source Criticism and Religionsgeschichte in the Fourth Gospel (1970) / J. Louis Martyn / 121-146
7) The Johannine Church and History (1962) / Nils Alstrup Dahl / 147-167
8) The Man from Heaven in Johannine Sectarianism (1972) / Wayne A. Meeks/ 169-205
9) The Exegesis of the Johannine "I-Am" Sayings (1977) / J.-A. Bühner/ 207-218
10) Who is "The Reader" in/of the Fourth Gospel? (1992) / Francis J. Moloney/ 219-233
11) A Case Study: A Feminist Interpretation of John 4:1-42 (1991) / Sandra M. Schneiders/ 235-259
12) "Return to Sender": A Structuralist Approach to John's Gospel (1993) / Mark W. G. Stibbe / 261-278
13) Are There Impurities in the Living Water that the Johannine Jesus Dispenses? Deconstruction, Feminism, and the Samaritan Woman (1993) / Stephen D. Moore/ 279-299
14) Narrative Criticism, Historical Criticism, and the Gospel of John (1992) / M. C. de Boer / 301-314

Bibliography / 315-322
Index of Johannine References, Index of Modern Authors, Select Index of Subjects / 323-329


Beutler, S.J., Johannes, and Robert Tomson Fortna, eds. The Shepherd Discourse of John 10 and Its Context: Studies by Members of the Johannine Writings Seminar. SNTSMS 67. Cambridge [Engl.]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.
ISBN: 0-521-39211-X

List of Abbreviations / viii-x
 
Introduction / Johannes Beutler, S.J., and Robert T. Fortna / 1-5
Open Questions on John 10 / Ulrich Busse / 6-17
Der alttestamentlich-jüdische Hintergrund der Hirtenrede in Johannes 10 / Johannes Beutler, S.J. / 18-32
The History of Religions Background of John 10 / John D. Turner / 33-52
Tradition, History and Interpretation in John 10 / John Painter / 53-74
John 10 and Its Relationship to the Synoptic Gospels / M. Sabbe / 75-93
A Syntactical and Narratological Reading of John 10 in Coherence with Chapter 9 / Jan A. Du Rand / 94-115
Johannes 10 im Kontext des vierten Evangeliums / Hartwig Thyen / 116-134
 
Notes / 135-168
Index / 169-172


Bieringer, Reimund, Didier Pollefeyt, and Frederique Vandecasteele-Vanneuville, eds. Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel: Papers of the Leuven Colloquium, 2000. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2001.

Introduction
Wrestling with Johannine Anti-Judaism: A Hermeneutical Framework for the Analysis of the Current Debate / Reimund Bieringer, Didier Pollefeyt, Frederique Vandecasteele-Vanneuville / 3-37

Part I
The Embarrassment of History: Reflections on the Problem of "Anti-Judaism" in the Fourth Gospel / James D. G. Dunn/ 41-60
Anti-Judaism in the Fourth Gospel as a Theological Problem for Christian Interpreters / R. Alan Culpepper / 61-82
The Fourth Gospel and the Salvation of Israel: An Appeal for a New Start / Stephen Motyer / 83-100
Anti-Judaism in the Fourth Gospel: Explanation and Hermeneutics / Judith M. Lieu/ 101-117

Part II
"The Jews" in the Gospel of John / Henk Jan de Jonge / 121-140
The Depiction of "the Jews" in John's Gospel: Matters of Behavior and Identity / Martinus C. de Boer / 141-157
Speaking of the Jews: "Jews" in the Discourse Material of the Fourth Gospel / Raymond F. Collins / 158-175
"Jews" in the Gospel of John as Compared with the Palestinian Talmud, the Synoptics, and Some New Testament Apocrypha / Peter J. Tomson / 176-212
"Jews" and Jews in the Fourth Gospel / Adele Reinhartz / 213-227

Part III
John and Judaism / C. Kingsley Barrett / 231-246
The Gospel of John: Exclusivism Caused by a Social Setting Different from That of Jesus (John 11:54 and 14:6) / James H. Charlesworth / 247-278
"Synagogues of Satan" (Rev. 2:9 and 3:9): Anti-Judaism in the Book of Revelation / Jan Lambrecht
/ 279-292

Select Bibliography; Scripture Index; Author Index; Subject Index / 293-322


Charlesworth, James H., ed. John and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Christian Origins Library. New York: Crossroad, 1990.
Enlarged edition of John and Qumran, Geoffrey Chapman, 1972;  on Gospel and Epistles and "Johannine School"

Abbreviations; Foreword / vii-xvi

1) The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament / Raymond E. Brown, S.S. / 1-8
2) Light from Qumran upon Some Aspects of Johannine Theology / James L. Price/ 9-37
3) The Johannine Paraclete and the Qumran Scrolls / A. R. C. Leaney / 38-61
4) The Calendar of Qumran and the Passion Narrative in John / A. Jaubert/ 62-75
5) A Critical Comparison of the Dualism in 1QS 3:13-4:26 and the "Dualism" Contained in the Gospel of John / James H. Charlesworth / 76-107
6) Qumran, John and the Odes of Solomon / James H. Charlesworth / 107-136
7) Qumran, John and Jewish Christianity / Gilles Quispel / 137-155
8) The First Epistle of John and the Writings of Qumran / Marie-Émile Boismard, O.P. / 156-165
9) Whence the Gospel According to John? / William H. Brownlee / 166-194

Selected Bibliography / 195-206
Note on Contributors / 207-210
Index of Names and Subjects; Index of Scriptural References; Index of Pseudepigraphal References; Index of Dead Sea Scrolls References / 211-233


Chennattu, Rekha M., and Mary L. Coloe, eds. Transcending Boundaries: Contemporary Readings of the New Testament. Essays in Honour of Francis J. Moloney. Biblioteca Di Scienze Religiose 187. Rome: Libreria Ateneo Salesiano, 2005.

Preface; Contributors / 9-16
Francis James Moloney, SDB: Cursus Vitae & Bibliography 1976-2004 / 17-35
Abbreviations / 37-40

  1. Dimensions of Meaning: Theology and Exegesis / Anthony J. Kelly / 41-55
  2. Friendship, Love and Abiding in the Gospel of John / Dorothy Lee / 57-74
  3. Jesus as Friend in the Gospel of John / Gail R. O'Day / 75-92
  4. The Use of "Internal Analepsis": A New Look at John 5:36-37a / Martin Asiedu-Peprah / 93-103
  5. Anointing the Temple of God: John 12:1-8 / Mary L. Coloe / 105-118
  6. Monotheism and Dualism: Reconsidering John 12:40 / John Painter / 119-139
  7. The Covenant Motif: A Key to the Interpretation of John 15-16 / Rekha M. Chennattu/ 141-159
  8. "He Gave Up the Spirit": A Reader's Reflection on John 19:30b / Robert Kysar / 161-172
  9. "Blessed Are Those Who Have Not Seen": John 20:29 / Raymond F. Collins/ 173-190
  10. The Use of Verbal Variety in the Fourth Gospel / Francis T. Gignac / 191-200
  11. Transcending Messianic Expectations: Mark and John / Frank J. Matera / 201-216
  12. Paul and Mark before the Cross: Common Echoes of the Day of Atonement Ritual / Brendan Byrne / 217-229
  13. Telling Stories of Healing in a Broken World / Elaine M. Wainwright / 231-247
  14. Pauline Justification as Presented by Luke in Acts 13 / Joseph A. Fitzmyer/ 249-263
  15. The Commissioning of the Women Disciples: Matthew 28:9-10 / Timothy A. Friedrichsen/ 265-279
  16. Tabitha of Joppa: Disciple, Prophet and Biblical Prototype for Contemporary Religious Life / Veronica Lawson / 281-292
  17. Sexuality in The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs and the New Testament / William Loader / 293-310

Indices / 311-320


Culpepper, R. Alan, and C. Clifton Black, eds. Exploring the Gospel of John: In Honor of D. Moody Smith. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 1996.
ISBN: 0-664-22083-5 (cloth); 0664251919 (paper);  includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Preface; Contributors; Congratulators / vii-xiii
Dwight Moody Smith: Cursus Vitae / xiv-xv
Dwight Moody Smith: A Selected Bibliography of Published Works, 1963-1995 / xvi-xxvii
Abbreviations / xxviii-xxxiv

INTRODUCTION
1) The Contribution of D. Moody Smith to Johannine Scholarship / Robert Kysar/ 3-17

PART ONE: The History and Character of the Johannine Community
2) The Historical Jesus and the Johannine Christ / Marianne Meye Thompson/ 21-42
3) Reflections on Aspects of the Jewish Background of the Gospel of John / W.D. Davies / 43-64
4) The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Gospel according to John / James H. Charlesworth/ 65-97
5) The Gospel of John and Hellenism: Some Observations / Peder Borgen / 98-123
6) A Gentile Mission That Replaced an Earlier Jewish Mission? / J. Louis Martyn/ 124-144

PART TWO: The Traditions of the Fourth Gospel

7) The Use of "Scripture" in the Gospel of John / Johannes Beutler, S.J. / 147-162
8) The Parallels between Acts and John / C.K. Barrett / 163-178
9) The Tradition History of the Fourth Gospel / Fernando F. Segovia / 179-189

PART THREE: Literary Aspects of John's Gospel
10) Reading Johannine Irony / R. Alan Culpepper / 193-207
11) What about the Johannine "Parables"? / Eduard Schweizer / 208-219
12) "The Words That You Gave to Me I Have Given to Them": The Grandeur of Johannine Rhetoric / C. Clifton Black / 220-239
13) The Archive of Excess: John 21 and the Problem of Narrative Closure / Beverly Roberts Gaventa / 240-252

PART FOUR: The Theology of the Fourth Gospel
14) "The Father": The Presentation of God in the Fourth Gospel / Paul W. Meyer / 255-273
15) Derivation as Destiny: "Of-ness" in Johannine Christology, Anthropology, and Soteriology / Leander E. Keck / 274-288
16) "The Paraclete": Pneumatology in the Johannine Gospel and Apocalypse / Stephen S. Smalley / 289-300
17) John and the Synoptics as a Theological Question / James D.G. Dunn / 301-313

PART FIVE: Approaching the Proclamation of the Gospel of John
18) The Ethics of the Fourth Evangelist / Wayne A. Meeks / 317-326
19) Deus Incarnatus: On the Hermeneutics of Christology in the Johannine Writings / Hans Weder / 327-345
20) Inclined to God: The Quest for Eternal Life-Bultmannian Hermeneutics and the Theology of the Fourth Gospel / John Painter / 346-368

Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Sources; Index of Ancient Terms; Index of Modern Authors / 369-409


Culpepper, R. Alan, ed. Critical Readings of John 6. Biblical Interpretation Series, 22. Leiden; New York; Köln: Brill, 1997.
NOTE: "The present volume began as a collection of papers presented at the Johannine Writings Seminar of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas between 1991 and 1993... Several of the essays in this collection, originally submitted as papers for the seminar, were subsequently published elsewhere and are reprinted here by permission. " (Preface)
ISBN: 90-04-10579-4; ISSN 0928-0731     includes bibliog. refs. and indexes.

Preface; List of Contributors; Abbreviations / vii-xiv

1) The Sitz im Leben of the Johannine Bread of Life Discourse and Its Evolving Context / Paul N. Anderson / 1-59
2) Jesus and the Quest for Eternal Life / John Painter / 61-94
3) John 6: Tradition, Interpretation and Composition / Peder Borgen / 95-114
4) The Structure of John 6 / Johannes Beutler, S.J. / 115-127
5) The Function of Prolepsis in the Interpretation of John 6 / Francis J. Moloney, SDB / 129-148
6) John 6:15-21: Jesus Walking on Water as Narrative Embodiment of Johannine Christology / Gail R. O'Day / 149-159
7) The Dismantling of Decisional Faith: A Reading of John 6:25-71 / Robert Kysar/ 161-181
8) John 6:51c-58: Eucharist or Christology? / Maarten J.J. Menken / 183-204
9) The Johannine Schism and the "Twelve" (John 6:60-71) / Ludger Schenke/ 205-219
10) Thinking about God: Wisdom and Theology in John 6 / Marianne Meye Thompson/ 221-246
11) John 6: Current Research in Retrospect / R. Alan Culpepper / 247-257

Index of References / 259-284;  Index of Authors / 285-289


De Boer, Martinus C. From Jesus to John: Essays on Jesus and the New Testament Christology in Honour of Marinus de Jonge. JSNTSup 84. Sheffield: JSOT Press; Ithaca: CUP Services, 1993.

Preface, Acknowledgments, Abbreviations, List of Contributors / 7-19

The Historical Jesus' View of Himself and of His Mission / H.J. de Jonge / 21-37
Asking Back to Jesus' Identity / Wayne A. Meeks / 38-50
Marinus de Jonge's Shaffer lectures: Where Does Jesus Research Now Stand? / Dieter Lührmann / 51-64
The Son of God Text from Qumran / John J. Collins / 65-82
4QTestament of Levi-d(?) and the Messianic Servant High Priest / George J. Brooke / 83-100
The Tradition-Historical Background of Rom 3.25c: A Search for Pagan and Jewish Parallels / Jan Willem van Henten / 101-128
On Hearing the Gospel both in the Silence of the Tradition and in Its Eloquence / J. Louis Martyn / 129-147
How Controversial Was Paul's Christology? / James D.G. Dunn / 148-167
Χριστος in 1 Corinthians 10.4, 9 / E. Earle Ellis/ 168-173
The Christologies and Anthropologies of Paul, Luke-Acts and Marcion / J. Christiaan Beker / 174-182
The Two Parousias of Christ: Justin Martyr and Matthew / Graham N. Stanton/ 183-195
The Son of Man in Q / Christopher M. Tuckett / 196-215
'Beginning with Moses and from all the Prophets' / Morna D. Hooker / 216-230
The Anointed One in Nazareth / David R. Catchpole / 231-251
Historical Issues and the Problem of John and the Synoptics / D. Moody Smith/ 252-267
John 6: Tradition, Interpretation and Composition / Peder Borgen / 268-291
The Christology of the Fourth Gospel: A Survey of Recent Research / Maarten J.J. Menken / 292-320
Toward the Renewal of New Testament Christology / Leander E. Keck / 321-340

Index of References / 341-358
Index of Authors / 359-363


De Jonge, M., ed. L'Èvangile de Jean: Sources, rèdaction, thèologie. Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium, 44. Journées bibliques de Louvain 1975. Gembloux [Belgium]: J. Duculot; Leuven: University Press, 1977;  repr. Leuven: University Press; Peeters, 1987.
ISBN: 2-8011-0123-0

Introduction / M. de Jonge / 13-18
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Entwicklung und Stand der johnneischen Forschung seit 1955 / R. Schnackenburg/ 19-44
Développements dans la théologie johannique / J. Giblet / 45-72
John and the Synoptics / F. Neirynck / 73-106
Traditions behind the Fourth Gospel / B. Lindars / 107-124
Johannine Language and Style. The Question of Their Unity / E. Ruckstuhl/ 125-147
Glimpses into the History of the Johannine Community / J. Louis Martyn / 149-175
Parole et esprit dans S. Jean / I. de la Potterie / 177-201
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The Arrest of Jesus in Jn 18,1-11 and Its Relation to the Synoptic Gospels / M. Sabbe / 203-234
Un procédé rédactionnel dans le quatrième évangile: la Wiederaufnahme / M.-E. Boismard / 235-241
Some Jewish Exegetical Traditions as Background for Son of Man sayings in John's Gospel (Jn 3,13-14 and context) / P. Borgen / 243-258
Entwicklungen innerhalb der johanneischen Theologie und Kirche im Spiegel von Joh 21 und der Lieblingsjüngertexte des Evangeliums / H. Thyen / 259-299
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La première épître de Jean est-elle johannique? / P. Bonnard / 301-305
The "Mother of Jesus" in the Fourth Gospel / R. Brown / 307-310
Le logia johannique du Fils de l'homme / J. Coppens / 311-315
The Bodmer Papyri of John / J. Delobel / 317-323
Ecclesiastical Authority in 2-3 John / K.P. Donfried / 325-333
'About the tenth hour'... on Nisan 15 (Jn 1,35-40) / K. Hanhart / 335-346
Attitudes to Judaism in the Fourth Gospel / C.J.A. Hickling / 347-354
Une source gnostique du Prologue? / Yvonne Janssens / 355-358
Christ and the Church in John 1,45-51 / J. Painter / 359-362
The Father-Son and God-Believer Relationships according to St. John: a Brief Study of John's Use of Prepositions / T.E. Pollard / 363-369
History and Symbolism in the Fourth Gospel / Sandra M. Schneiders / 371-376
Efraim in Joh 11,54 / B. Schwank / 377-3843
Les verbes αποστελλω et πεμπω dans le vocabulaire théologique de saint Jean / J. Seynaeve / 385-389
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Abréviations principales / 391
Auteurs cités / 393-401
Citations de l'évangile et des épîtres de Jean / 402-416


Donahue, John R., ed. Life in Abundance: Studies of John's Gospel in Tribute to Raymond E. Brown. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2005.

Preface, List of Contributors, Abbreviations / v-xiv

Keynote Address: "The Church's Great Challenge: Proclaiming God's Word in the new Millennium / Most Rev. Terrence T. Prendergast, S.J. / 1-15

Part I. Johannine Studies: Challenges and Prospects
Chapter 1: The Gospel of John: The Legacy of Raymond E. Brown and Beyond / Francis J. Moloney, S.B.D. / 19-39
Response: R. Alan Culpepper / 40-51
Chapter 2: Future Directions of Johannine Studies / D. Moody Smith / 52-62
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Part II. Historical Context and the Gospel of John
Chapter 3: The Whence and Whither of the Johannine Community / Robert Kysar / 65-81
Response: Hans-Josef Klauck, O.F.M. / 82-90
Chapter 4: Methodological Considerations in the Study of John's Interaction with First-Century Judaism / Rabbi Burton L. Visotzky / 91-107
Response: Adele Reinhartz / 108-116
Chapter 5: Qumran Literature and the Johannine Writings / Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J. / 117-133
Response: Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. / 134-137

Part III. Johannine Theology
Chapter 6: The Death of Jesus and the Human Condition: Exploring the Theology of John's Gospel / Craig R. Koester / 141-157
Response: Gail R. O'Day / 158-167
Chapter 7: The Resurrection (of the Body) in the Fourth Gospel: A Key to Johannine Spirituality / Sandra M. Schneiders. I.H.M. / 168-198
Response: Donald Senior, C.P. / 199-203

Part IV. Interpreting the Work of Raymond Brown
Chapter 8: Raymond Brown and Paul Ricoeur on the Surplus of Meaning / Robert F. Leavitt, S.S. / 207-230
Response: Francis Schüssler Fiorenza / 231-237
Chapter 9: The Incarnate World Revealed: The Pastoral Writings of Raymond E. Brown / Ronald Witherup, S.S. / 238-252
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Appendix One: Biography and Bibliography of the Publications of Raymond E. Brown, S.S. / 253-289
Appendix Two: In Tribute to Raymond E. Brown, S.S.
"A Striving After Wind," Sermon at the Interreligious Prayer Service / Phyllis Trible
"A Whisper from the Grave," Homily at the Closing Liturgy / John R. Donahue, S.J. / 297-300
 
Index of Ancient Sources / 301-307
Index of Authors / 308-313

Dube, Musa W., and Jeffery L. Staley, eds. John and Postcolonialism: Travel, Space and Power. Bible and Postcolonialism, 7. London: Continuum, 2002.

Foreword / Abbreviations / List of Contributors / vii-x
 
Descending from and Ascending into Heaven: A Postcolonial Analysis of Travel, Space and Power in John / Musa W. Dube and Jeffrey L. Staley / 1-10
To Prepare a Place: Johannine Christianity and the Collapse of Ethnic Territory / Tod D. Swanson / 11-31
'Dis Place, Man': A Postcolonial Critique of the Vine (the Mountain and the Temple) in the Gospel of John / Jeffrey L. Staley / 32-50
Reading for Decolonization (John 4:1-42) / Musa W. Dube / 51-75
Contesting an Interpretation of John 5: Moving Beyond Colonial Evangelism / Francisco Lozada, Jr. / 76-93
Maori 'Jews' and a Resistant Reading of John 5:10-47 / Mary Huie-Jolly / 94-110
Adultery or Hybridity?: Reading John 7.53-8.11 from a Postcolonial Perspective / Jean K. Kim / 111-128
Border-crossing and its Redemptive Power in John 7:53-8:11: A Cultural Reading of Jesus and the Accused / Leticia Guardiola-Sáenz / 129-152
Building toward 'Nation-ness' in the Vine: A Postcolonial Critique of John 15.1-8 / Zipporah G.Glass / 153-169
The Colonizer as Colonized: Intertextual Dialogue Between the Gospel of John and Canadian Identity / Adele Reinhartz / 170-192
Ambiguous Admittance: Consent and Descent in John's Community of 'Upward' Mobility / Tat-Siong Benny Liew / 193-224
 
Bibliography / 225-242
Index of References / 243-249
Index of Authors / 250-254

Fortna, Robert T. and Beverly R. Gaventa, eds. The Conversation Continues: Studies in Paul & John: In Honor of J. Louis Martyn. Nashville: Abingdon, 1990.
ISBN: 0-687-09634-0

Contributors; Abbreviations / 11-18

PART ONE: PAUL
/ 19-274

PART TWO: JOHN / 275-395
The Contribution of J. Louis Martyn to the Understanding of the Gospel of John / D. Moody Smith / 275-294
The Theological Content of the Prologue to John in Its Present Form / Oscar Cullmann / 295-298
John the Baptist and Elijah in the Fourth Gospel / Marinus de Jonge / 299-308
Equal to God / Wayne A. Meeks / 309-321
"Do Not Wonder!": John 5:28-29 and Johannine Eschatology Once More / Nils A. Dahl / 322-336
"Nor Do I.": A Canonical Reading of the Challenge to Jesus in John 8 / James A. Sanders / 337-347
Ελλην in the Gospel of John: Tradition and Redaction in John 12:20-24 / Kiyoshi Tsuchido / 348-356
Lower and Higher Christology in the Fourth Gospel / Reginald H. Fuller / 357-365
The Beloved Disciple: A Jungian View / Schuyler Brown / 366-377
A Different Approach to Jamnia: The Jewish Sources of Matthew's Messianism / W.D. Davies / 378-395

Index of Selected Biblical References / 396-400


Fortna, Robert T., and Tom Thatcher, eds. Jesus in Johannine Tradition. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2001.
ISBN: 0-664-2219-6

Contributors; Abbreviations and Glossary / ix-xviii
Introduction / Tom Thatcher / 1-9

PART 1: THE FOURTH GOSPEL AND JESUS / 11-12
The Fourth Evangelist's Kerygma
1. The Messiah Who Has Come into the World: The Message of the Gospel of John / David Rensberger / 15-23
2. The Gospel of John: Reading the Incarnate Words / Gail O'Day / 25-32
The Fourth Gospel and Jesus
3. Situating John's Gospel in History / Gary M. Burge / 35-46
4. What Can a Postmodern Approach to the Fourth Gospel Add to Contemporary Debates About Its Historical Situation? / Jeffrey L. Staley / 47-57
5. The Eyewitness of History: Visionary Consciousness in the Fourth Gospel / Arthur F. Dewey / 59-70
6. The Historical Reliability of John: Rushing in Where Angels Fear to Tread? / Craig L. Blomberg / 71-82
7. Knowledge of Palestine in the Fourth Gospel? / Ingo Broer / 83-90
8. The Legend of the Beloved Disciple / Tom Thatcher / 91-99
9. The Audience of the Fourth Gospel / Richard Brauckham / 101-111

PART 2: THE FOURTH EVANGELIST'S SOURCES / 113-114
John and the Synoptic Gospels
10. "The Son of the Man" in the Gospel of John / Walter Wink / 117-123
11. The Kingdom of God: Common and Distinct Elements Between John and the Synoptics / Chrys C. Caragounis / 125-134
12. Exorcisms in the Fourth Gospel and the Synoptics / Graham H. Twelftree/ 135-143
13. The Temple Incident: An Integral Element in the Fourth Gospel's Narrative / Mark A. Matson / 145-153
14. The Sacramental Tradition in the Fourth Gospel and the Synoptics / John Perry/ 155-164
15. Synoptic Jesus Tradition in the Johannine Farewell Discourse / Johannes Beutler, S.J. / 165-173
16. John and Mark: The Bi-Optic Gospels / Paul N. Anderson / 175-188
Written Sources
17. The Signs Gospel in Context / Tom Thatcher / 191-197
18. Jesus Tradition in the Signs Gospel / Robert Fortna / 199-208
19. Stylometry and the Signs Gospel / Tom Felton & Tom Thatcher / 209-218
20. Little Flags: The Scope and Reconstruction of the Signs Gospel / Sara C. Winter/ 219-235
Oral Tradition
21. The Gospel of John in Its Oral-Written Media World / Joanna Dewey/ 237-250
22. The Origin of the "Amen, Amen" Saying in the Gospel of John / R. Alan Culpepper / 251-260
23. The Riddles of Jesus in the Johannine Dialogues / Tom Thatcher / 261-275

PART 3: THE FOURTH GOSPEL AND NONCANONICAL LITERATURE / 277-78
24. The Fourth Gospel and Q / Christopher M. Tuckett / 279-288
25. The Fourth Gospel and the Synoptics Sayings Source: The Relationship Reconsidered / Edwin K. Broadhead / 289-299
26. John Rivals Thomas: From Community Conflict to Gospel Narrative / April D. DeConick/ 301-309
27. The Johannine Jesus in the Gospel of Peter: A Social Memory Approach / Alan Kirk / 311-319
28. The Prologue to the Fourth Gospel and the World of Speculative Jewish Theology / Stephen J. Patterson / 321-330
29. Riddles and Mysteries: The Way, the Truth, and the Life / John Ashton/ 331-340
30. "I am" or "I am he"? Self-Declaratory Pronouncements in the Fourth Gospel and Rabbinic Tradition / Catrin H. Williams / 341-350

Conclusion: New Directions / Tom Thatcher / 351-356
Works Cited / 357-366


Frey, Jörg, and Udo Schnelle, eds. Kontexte des Johannesevangeliums: Das vierte Evangelium in religions- und traditionsgeschichtlicher Perspektive. WUNT 175. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2004.

I. Einführung / 1-78
* Auf der Suche nach dem Kontext des vierten Evangeliums: Eine forschungsgeschichliche Einführung / Jörg Frey / 3-45
* Historische Anschlußfähigkeit: Zum hermeneutischen Horizont von Geschichts- und Traditionsbildung / Udo Schnelle / 47-78

II. Frühjüdische und hellenistische Kontexte / 79-439
* Jesus im Bild Gottes: Anspielungen auf das Alte Testament im Johannesevangelium / Ruben Zimmermann / 81-116
* Licht aus den Höhlen? Der 'johanneische Dualismus' und die Texte von Qumran / Jörg Frey / 117-203
* Das Gebet in Joh 17 im Kontext von Gebeten aus zeitgenössischen Pseudepigraphen / Carsten Claussen / 205-232
* Zeichen: Die johanneische Wunderterminologie und die frührabbinische Tradition / Michael Becker / 233-276
* Der Logos, "älterer Sohn" des Schöpfers und "zweiter Gott": Philons Logos und der Johannesprolog / Folker Siegert / 277-293
* Der Logos und die Schöpfung: Streiflichter bei Philo (Op 20-25) und im Johannesprolog (Joh 1,1-18) / Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer / 295-319
* Die parrhesia des Gottessohnes im Johannesevangelium: Theologische Hermeneutik und philosophisches Selbstverständnis / Michael Labahn / 321-363
* Johanneische Abschiedsreden und Senecas Konsolationsliteratur: Wie konnte ein Römer Joh 13,31–17,26 lesen? / Manfred Lang / 365-412
* "Eine größere Liebe als diese hat niemand, als wenn einer sein Leben hingibt für seine Freunde" (Joh 15,13): Die hellenistische Freundschaftsethik und das Johannesevangelium / Klaus Scholtissek / 413-439

III. Frühchristliche Kontexte / 441-742
* Johannes und die Synoptiker: Positionen und Impulse seit 1990 / Michael Labahn & Manfred Lang / 443-515
* "Dort werdet ihr ihn sehen" (Mk 16,7): Der Weg Jesu nach Galiläa bei Johannes und Markus / Zbynek Studenovsky / 517-558
* Die Kunst der Wiederholung: Repetition, Variation und Amplifikation im vierten Evangelium am Beispiel von Joh 6,60-71 / Thomas Popp / 559-592
* Johanneische Theologie im Kontext paulinischen Denkens? Eine forschungsgeschichtliche Skizze / Christina Hoegen-Rohls / 593-612
* Die Einheit der Kirche im Johannesevangelium und im Epheserbrief: Ein Vergleich der ekklesiologischen Strukturen / Ulrich Heckel / 613-
640
* "Ich bin das Licht" - Erwägungen zur Verhältnisbestimmung des Thomasevangeliums und der johanneischen Schriften anhand der Lichtmetaphorik / Enno Edzard Popkes / 641-674
* Zur Gnostisierung der johanneischen Tradition: Das "Geheime Evangelium nach Johannes" (Apokryphon Johannis) als gnostische Zusatzoffenbarung zum vierten Evangelium / Titus Nagel / 675-693
* Was weiß Irenäus vom Johannesevangelium? Der historische Kontext des Johannesevangeliums aus der Perspektive seiner Rezeption bei Irenäus von Lyon / Bernhard Mutschler / 695-742


Hofius, Otfried, and Hans-Christian Kammler, eds. Johannesstudien: Untersuchungen zur Theologie des vierten Evangeliums. WUNT 88. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1996.

Vorwort / v-vi
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Struktur und Gedankengang des Logos-Hymnus in Joh 1,1-18 / Otfried Hofius / 1-23
"Der in des Vaters Schoβ ist" Joh 1,18 / Otfried Hofius / 24-32
Das Wunder der Wiedergeburt. Jesu Gesprδch mit Nikodemus Joh 3,1-21 / Otfried Hofius / 33-80
Erwählung und Bewahrund. Zur Auslegung von Joh 6,37 / Otfried Hofius / 81-86
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Jesus Christus und der Geistparaklet. Eine Studie zur johanneischen Verhältnisbestimmung von Pneumatologie und Christologie / Hans-Christian Kammler / 87-190
Die "Zeichen" des Auferstandenen. Überlegungen zur Exegese von Joh 20,30+31 / Hans-Christian Kammler / 191-211
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Nachweis der Erstveröffentlichungen / 213
Stellenregister, Autorenregisiter, Sachregister / 215-249
Register griechischer Begriffe und Wendungen / 250-256


Hofrichter, Peter Leander, ed. Für und wider die Priorität des Johannesevangeliums: Symposion in Salzburg am 10. März 2000. Hildesheim: Georg Olms: 2002.

Einführung des Herausgebers / 9-16

Referate:

Anhang:


Kaestli, Jean-Daniel, Jean-Michel Poffet, and Jean Zumstein, eds. La communauté johannique et son histoire: La trajectoire de l'Evangile de Jean aux deux premiers siècles. Le Monde de la Bible 20. Geneva: Labor et Fides, 1990.

Avant-propos / 7-8
Introduction / 9-12
Première partie: État de la Recherche Récente
Méthodes et problèmes de la recherche johannique aujourd'hui / Johannes Beutler / 15-31
Bibliographie / 32-38
Deuxième partie: Préhistoire de l'Évangile
Jean 6,1-21 et les évangiles synoptiques / Christian Riniker / 41-68
La « source des signes » existe-t-elle? Réception des récits de miracle dans l'évangile de Jean / Daniel Marguerat / 69-93
Troisième partie: Lecture Synchronique de l'Évangile
L'application de la narratologie à l'étude de l'évangile de Jean / R. Alan Culpepper / 97-120
Spécificité symbolique du langage de Jean / Xavier Leon-Dufour / 121-134
Un exemple de commentaire fondé sur la critique narrative : Jean 5, 1-18 / R. Alan Culpepper / 135-151
Quatrième partie: La Christologie de l'Évangile
L'asymétrie du salut. Réflections sur Jean 3,14-21 dans le cadre de la théologie johannique / Hans Weder / 155-184
Le prologue johannique (Jean 1,1-18) / Andreas Dettwiler / 185-203
Cinquième partie: L'Évangile et les Étapes de sa Rédaction
La rédaction finale de l'évangile de Jean (à l'example du chapitre 21) / Jean Zumstein / 207-230
Etude de Jean 6. La narration et l'histoire de la rédaction. / Philippe Roulet et Ulrich Ruegg / 231-247
Sixième partie: L'Évangile et le Gnosticisme
Le quatrième évangile et le gnosticisme : questions de méthode / Jean-Marie Sevrin / 251-268
Les discours d'adieu de l'évangile de Jean : leur trajectoire au premiere et au deuxième siècle / Helmut Koester / 269-280
Septième partie: Le Johannisme à l'Heure des Épitres
La réception de la théologie johannique dans les épîtres / François Vouga / 283-302
Huitième partie: La Réception de l'Évangile au Deuxième Siècle
Indices de réception de l'évangile de Jean au IIe siècle, avant Irénée / Jean-Michel Poffet / 305-322
L'exégèse valentinienne du quatrième évangile / Jean-Daniel Kaestli / 323-350
Remarques sur le rapport du quatrième évangile avec la gnose et sa réception au IIe siècle / Jean-Daniel Kaestli / 351-356
Neuvième partie: Essai de Synthèse
La communauté johannique et son histoire / Jean Zumstein / 359-374
Index des citatioins bibliques / 375-380
Index des textes et auteurs anciens / 381-382
Index des auteurs modernes / 383-385

Kreitzer, Larry J. and Deborah W. Rooke, eds. Ciphers in the Sand: Interpretations of the Woman Taken in Adultery (John 7.53—8.11). Biblical Seminar, 74. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000.

Introduction: The Cultural Reception of John 7.53—8.11 / Jane Shaw / 11-16
Wayward Women and Broken Promises: Marriage, Adultery and Mercy in Old and New Testaments / Deborah W. Rooke / 17-52
On the Trail of a Good Story: John 7.53—8.11 in the Gospel Tradition / J. Martin C. Scott / 53-82
A Woman's Plight and the Western Fathers / Thomas O'Laughlin / 83-104
A Place for Mercy: Some Allegorical Readings of 'The Woman Taken in Adultery' from the Early Middle Ages (with Particular Reference to Bede, the Heliand and the Exeter Book) / Mark Atherton / 105-138
'Revealing the Affairs of the Heart': Sin, Accusation and Confession in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter / Larry J. Kreitzer / 139-213
The One that Got Away / Jayne Scott / 214-239
Making Her Case and Reading It Too: Feminist Readings of the Story of the Woman Taken in Adultery / Elizabeth E. Green / 240-267


Labahn, Michael, Klaus Scholtissek, and Angelika Strotmann, eds. Israel und seine Heilstraditionen im Johannessevangelium: Festgabe für Johannes Beutler SJ zum 70. Geburtstag. Paderborn: Schöningh, 2004.

A. Grundfragen:
-- Open to both ways...? / Reimund Bieringer and Didier Pollefeyt
-- Das Bild 'der Juden' im Johannesevangelium und die Geschichte der johanneischen Gemeinde / Jörg Frey
-- Schriftrezeption im jüdischen Umfeld des Johannesevangeliums / Johann Meier

B. Heilige Schrift:
-- Relative oder absolute Präexistenz? / Angelika Strotmann
-- EN ARCHEI EGO EIMI / Hans Hübner
-- Die Schriftrezeption in der Brotrede (Joh 6) / Jean Zumstein
-- Geschrieben, erfüllt, vollendet : die Schriftzitate in der Johannespassion / Hans-Josef Klauck
-- Abraham - (Isaak) - Jakob / Michael Theobald
-- Jesus und die Autorität der Schrift im Johannesevangelium - Überlegungen zu einem spannungsreichen Verhältnis / Michael Labahn
-- "Geschreiben in diesem Buch" (Joh 20,30) / Klaus Scholtissek
-- Markus 1,1-3, Johannes 1,1-18 und Herkleons Johannes-Kommentar im Licht christlicher Kanon-Entwicklung / Ansgar Wucherpfennig

C. Heilsinstitutionen:
-- Was für ein König ist Jesus? / Cordula Langner
-- Die Fest im Johannesevangelium / Maarten J. J. Menken
-- Sacrifice and atonement in the Gospel of John / John Painter
-- The temple in the fourth gospel / Camillus Umoh
-- Le roi d'Israël vient vers la fille de Sion / Michèle Morgen
-- Israel, the people and the Jews in the fourth gospel / Francis J. Moloney

D. Beiträge zur Theologie und Hermeneutik:
-- Trinitarisches Denken im Johannesevangelium / Udo Schnelle
-- Die Offenbarung des Logos / Thomas Söding
-- The grammar of hate in the gospel of John: Reading John in the twenty-first century / Adele Reinhartz


Levine, Amy-Jill, ed. A Feminist Companion to John. 2 vols. FCNTECW 4&5. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003.

Vol. 1:
[ Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; List of Contributors / vii-xiv ]
Introduction / Amy-Jill Levine / 1-14
'You Just Don't Understand' (Or Do You?): Jesus, Women, and Conversation in the Fourth Gospel / F. Scott Spencer / 15-47
The Divine Trickster: A Tale of Two Weddings in John / Jennifer K. Berenson Maclean/ 48-77
Are There Impurities in the Living Water that the Johannine Jesus Dispenses? / Stephen D. Moore / 78-97
What's Wrong with This Picture?: John 4, Cultural Stereotypes of Women, and Public and Private Space / Jerome H. Neyrey / 98-125
Transcending Alterity: Strange Woman to Samaritan Woman / Jane S. Webster / 126-142
The Raising of Lazarus: A Lesbian Coming Out Story / Mona West / 143-158
Divine Intervention or Divine Intrusion?: Jesus and the Adulteress in John's Gospel / Holly J. Toensing / 159-172
Transcending Gender Boundaries in John / Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger / 173-207
[ Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors / 208-246 ]

Vol. 2:
[ Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; List of Contributors / vii-xii ]
Introduction / Amy-Jill Levine / 1-13
Women in the Johannine Community: An Exercise in Historical Imagination / Adele Reinhartz / 14-33
'I Am' Sayings and Women in Context / Satoko Yamaguchi / 34-63
Abiding in the Fourth Gospel: A Case Study in Feminist Biblical Theology / Dorothy Lee / 64-78
Gender Matters in John / Colleen Conway / 79-103
The 'Birthing' Bridegroom: The Portrayal of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel / Adeline Fehribach / 104-129
John 19.34: From Crucifixion to Birth, or Creation? / Deborah Sawyer / 130-139
'Don't Be Touching Me': Recent Feminist Scholarship on Mary Magdalene / Harold W. Attridge / 140-166
Thinking Back through Mary Magdalene / Jane Schaberg
/ 167-189
[ Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors / 190-226 ]


Lozada, Jr., Francisco and Tom Thatcher, eds. New Currents through John: A Global Perspective. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.

The New Current through John: The Old "New Look" and the New Critical Orthodoxy / Tom Thatcher / 1-26

Part 1: New Currents through History and Theology
"I Will Raise [Whom?] Up on the Last Day" Anthropology as a Feature of Johannine Eschatology / Jaime Clark-Soles / 29-53
The Role of John 21: Discipleship in Retrospect and Redefinition / Carsten Claussen / 55-68
Sources in the Shadows: John 13 and the Johannine Community / Mary L. Coloe / 69-82
"Salvation Is from the Jews": Judaism in the Gospel of John / Brian D. Johnson / 83-99
Another Look: Johannine "Subordinationist
Christology" and the Roman Family / Beth M. Sheppard / 101-119

Part 2: The New Current of Readers and Readings
John 2:12-25: A Narrative Reading / Armund Barus / 123-140
New Jewish Directions in the Study of the Fourth Gospel / Matthew Kraus / 141-166
The Johannine Community: Caught in "Two Worlds" / Yak-hwee Tan / 167-179

Part 3: Reflection and Forecast
Social Location and Johannine Scholarship: Looking Ahead / Francisco Lozada, Jr. / 183-197
Looking Downstream: Where Will the New Currents Take Us? / R. Alan Culpepper / 199-209

Works Cited / Contributors / Index of Ancient Sources / Index of Authors and Subjects / 211-248


Nissen, Johannes and Sigfred Pedersen, eds. New Readings in John: Literary and Theological Perspectives: Essays from the Scandinavian Conference on the Fourth Gospel in Århus 1997. JSNTSup 182. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999.  --  BRIEF REVIEW by Dale C. Allison in RBL 1/24/2000.

[ Preface; Abbreviations / 7-10 ]
Johannine Research / Helge Kjaer Nielsen / 11-30
The Gospel of John as Literature: Literary Readings of the Fourth Gospel / Geert Hallbäck / 31-46
The Implied Reader in John's Gospel / René Kieffer / 47-65
Old Testament Imagery in John / Kirsten Nielsen / 66-82
Irony and Sectarianism in the Gospel of John / Trond Skard Dokka / 83-107
Johannine Anomalies and the Synoptics / Ismo Dunderberg / 108-125
The Qumran Scrolls and John's Gospel / Aage Pilgaard / 126-142
Deus semper maior? On God in the Johannine writings / Birger Olsson / 143-171
Anti-Judaism in John's Gospel: John 8 / Sigfred Pedersen / 172-193
Community and Ethics in the Gospel of John / Johannes Nissen / 194-212
Mission in the Fourth Gospel: Historical and Hermeneutical Perspectives / Johannes Nissen / 213-231
John's Understanding of the Death of Jesus / Helge Kjaer Nielsen / 232-254
[ Index of References; Index of Authors / 255-269 ]


Orton, David E., ed. The Composition of John's Gospel: Selected Studies from "Novum Testamentum." Brill's Readers in Biblical Studies, 2. Leiden; Boston; Köln: Brill, 1999.
ISBN: 9004-1115-8-1 NOTE: Collection of articles published previously in Novum Testamentum.

Preface; Places of Original Publication / vii-ix

Qumran and the Origin of the Fourth Gospel / Howard M. Teeple / 1-20
The Individualism of the Fourth Gospel / C.F.D. Moule / 21-40
The Structure and Scope of the Prologue to the Gospel of John / Herman Ridderbos/ 41-62
Destination and Purpose of the Gospel of John / A. Wind / 63-106
Logos was the True Light / Peder Borgen / 107-122
The Wedding at Cana (John II 1-11): A Pentecostal Meditation? / Joseph A. Grassi/ 123-128
The Source Analysis of the Fourth Gospel-- A Growing Consensus? / Robert Kysar/ 129-147
The Fourth Gospel and the Samaritans / James D. Purvis / 148-185
The Beloved Disciple in the Gospel of John / Paul S. Minear / 186-204
Asides in the Gospel of John / John J. O'Rourke / 205-214
The Identity and Function of the Ioudaioi in the Fourth Gospel / John Ashton/ 215-250
Washing in the Pool of Siloam-- A Thematic Anticipation of the Johannine Cross / Bruce Grigsby / 251-260

Index of Authors; Index of Biblical References / 261-276


Painter, John, R. Alan Culpepper, and Fernando F. Segovia, eds. Word, Theology, and Community in John. Festschrift Robert Kysar. St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2002.

Contributors / vii
Abbreviations/ ix

Word, Theology, and Community in John: Robert Kysar's Contribution / John Painter / 1
Faith and Confession: The Purpose of John / Johannes Beutler / 19
John 1:1--18 as Entree into Johannine Reality: Representation and Ramifications / Fernando F. Segovia / 33
Earth Made Whole: John's Rereading of Genesis / John Painter / 65
Inclusivism and Exclusivism in the Fourth Gospel / R. Alan Culpepper / 85
Ethics and the Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel / D. Moody Smith / 109
Comedy, Humor, and the Gospel of John / Craig R. Koester / 123
``I have said these things to you...'': The Unsettled Place of Jesus' Discourses in Literary Approaches to the Fourth Gospel / Gail R. O'Day / 143
Narrative and Discourse at the Feast of Tabernacles: John 7:1--8:59 / Francis J. Moloney / 155
Spirituality and Christology in Johannine Sectarianism / David Rensberger/ 173
To See or Not to See: John 9 as a Synthesis of the Theology and Spirituality of Discipleship / Sandra M. Schneiders / 189
The Johannine Jesus in Africa? / Jan A. du Rand / 211

Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Sources / 229
Index of Modern Authors / 241


Porter, Stanley E. and Craig A. Evans, eds. The Johannine Writings: A Sheffield Reader. Biblical Seminar, 32. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.

The Gospel of John and Its Influences / 11-160

Discourse and Tradition: The Use of the Sayings of Jesus in the Discourses of the Fourth Gospel / B. Lindars / 13-30
The Faith of the Beloved Disciple and the Community in John 20 / B. Byrne / 31-45
The Beloved Disciple as Ideal Author / R. Bauckham / 46-68
The Cross as an Expiatory Sacrifice in the Fourth Gospel / B.H. Grigsby / 69-94
Narrative Criticism, Historical Criticism, and the Gospel of John / M.C. de Boer / 95-108
John and the Gnostics: The Significance of the Apocryphon of John for the Debate about the Origins of the Johannine Literature / A.H.B. Logan / 109-137
Witnesses to what was απ᾽ αρχης : 1 John's Contribution to our Knowledge of Tradition in the Fourth Gospel / W.E. Sproston / 138-160

The Revelation of John / 161-249

The Elder John, Author of Revelation / J.J. Gunther / 163-179
The Prophetic Circle of John of Patmos and the Exegesis of Revelation 22.16 / D.E. Aune / 180-192
Revelation 4-5 in the Light of Jewish Apocalyptic Analogies / L.W. Hurtado / 193-211
Martyr Christology in the Apocalypse / M.G. Reddish / 212-222
Polemical Parallelism: Some Further Reflections on the Apocalypse / P. Barnett / 223-231
Pliny's Prosecutions of Christians: Revelation and 1 Peter / F.G. Downing 232-249


Priest, James Eugene, ed. Johannine Studies: Essays in Honor of Frank Pack. Malibu, CA: Pepperdine University Press, 1989.

Biography of Frank Pack / ix-xii
Bibliography of Frank Pack / xiii-xxi

Bread of Life in Joseph and Aseneth and in John 6 / Randall D. Chesnutt / 1-16
The Fourth Gospel and Christology in Modern Dogmatic and Systematic Theology / W. Royce Clark / 17-35
Johannine Christology During the Reformation / Dan G. Danner / 36-53
Origen's Demonology / Everett Ferguson / 54-66
Interpersonal Relationships in the Gospel of John / John C. Free / 67-83
Missions and the Servants of God (John 5) / Evertt W. Huffard / 84-96
The Semitic Background of the Gospel of John / Jack P. Lewis / 97-110
Metaphors and an Obligational Norm for Ministry in the Fourth Gospel / Stuart L. Love / 111-131
John 3:14-15: The Raised Serpent in the Wilderness: The Johannine Use of an Old Testament Account / Rick M. Marrs / 132-147
Counseling from the Gospel of John / Carl Mitchell / 148-170
The Theology of the Signs in the Gospel of John / Thomas H. Olbricht / 171-181
Contemporary Apocalyptic Scholarship and the Revelation / James E. Priest/ 182-204
The Source and Function of Isaiah 6:9-10 in John 12:40 / Ronald L. Tyler/ 205-220
Archeology and the Origins of the Fourth Gospel: Gabbatha / John F. Wilson/ 221-230
The Old Testament and the Book of Revelation / John T. Willis / 231-239

Bibliography / 240-262
Indexes / 263-309


Rengstorf, Karl Heinrich, ed. Johannes und sein Evangelium. Wege der Forschung, 82. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1973. xxviii-530 pp.
ISBN: 3-534-03381-7

Vorwort / vii-viii
Einführung / ix-xxviii

Über den gegenwärtigen Stand der johanneischen Frage (1889) / Emil Schürer/ 1-27
Die Sprache und Heimat des vierten Evangelisten (1902) / Adolf Schlatter/ 28-201
Über den Tod der Söhme Zebedäi (1904/1963) / Eduard Schwartz / 202-272
Die Traditionen über den Tod des Zebedäussohnes Johannes (1908) / J. H. Bernard / 273-290
Die neutestamentliche Grundlage der Ansicht von E. Schwartz über den Tod der Söhne Zebedäi (1910) / Friedrich Spitta / 291-313
Die Heimat des vierten Evangeliums (1909) / Otto Zurhellen / 314-380
Das Zeugnis des Papias über die beiden Johannes von Ephesus (1922) / Wilhelm Larfeld / 381-401
Die Bedeutung der neuerschlossenen mandäischen und manichäischen Quellen für das Verständnis des Johannesevangeliums (1925) / Rudolf Bultmann / 402-464
Das Vierte Evangelium (1946/47) / T. W. Manson / 465-485
Die Schriftrollen von Qumran und das Johannesevangelium und die Johannesbriefe (1955/1957) / Raymond E. Brown / 486-528

Biographisches über die Verfasser der Beiträge / 529-530


Schreiber, Stefan, and Alois Stimpfle, eds. Johannes aenigmaticus: Studien zum Johannesevangelium für Herbert Leroy. Biblische Untersuchungen, 29. Regensburg: Friedrich Pustet, 2000.

PROLOG: Verstehen als Weltlich-Unweltliches Erkennen
Ein Skeptiker im Alten Testament: Das Buch Kohelet philosophisch gelesen / Manfred Negele / 13-30

1. TEIL: Johannes als Auslger seiner Tradition
Ortsangaben im Johannesevangelium / Rudolf Hoppe / 33-43
Rätsel um den König: zur religionsgeschichtlichen Herkunft des König-Titels im Johannesevangelium / Stefan Schreiber / 45-70
"Brecht diesen Tempel ab..." (Joh 2,19): Zum traditions- und religionsgeschichtlichen Umfeld eines johanneischen "Missverständnisses" / Walter Radl / 71-86
Die Worte von Gottes Herrschaft und Reich in Joh 3,3.5: Eine Miszelle / Ferdinand Hahn / 87-89
Weinberggleichnis (Mk 12,1-12 parr) und Weinstockrede (Joh 15,1-17) im Licht von 4Q500 fr. 1 / Benedikt Schwank / 91-101
Die Erzählung vom reichen Fischfang (Lk 5,1-11 ; Joh 21,1-14): Wie Johannes eine Erzählung aus dem Lukasevangelium für seine Zwecke umschreibt / Goran Blaskovic / 103-120
Warum gerade 153 Fische?: Überlegungen zu Joh 21,11 / Jürgen Werlitz / 121-137
Rätsel als Methode des Missverstehens: Beobachtungen zur johanneischen Rede in Oppositionen und ihrem Verstehen-Implikat / Alois Stimpfle / 139-170

2. TEIL: Johannes in der Auslegung unserer Tradition
Beobachtungen zu Wilhelm Heitmüllers Auslegung des Johannesevangeliums / Otto Merk / 173-181
"Ich bin der Weg, die Wahrheit und das Leben": Ein Versuch über das Johannes-Evangelium aus Anlass der neu erwachten Debatte zur Judenmission / Reinhold Mayer / 183-195
Von der Wissenschaft zur Verkündigung: Was bleibt vom biblischen Gotteswort im Menschenwort der Predigt? / Bernhard Ehler / 197-220

EPILOG: Verstehen als Heiter-Pointiertes Fortschreiten
Zwanzig nicht so rätselhafte Limericks zum Johannesevangelium mit einem unmissverständlichen Nachtrag / Michael Lattke / 223-230


Segovia, Fernando F., ed. "What Is John?": Readers and Readings of the Fourth Gospel. SBL Symposium Series; 3. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996.
ISBN: 0-7885-0239-5 (cloth); 0-7885-0240-9 (pbk)

Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations / vii-xii

PART I: Readers and Readings of the Fourth Gospel
Literary Approaches
1) The Spectrum of Johannine Readers / Craig H. Koester / 5- 19
2) The Making of Metaphor: Another Reading of John 3:1-15 / Robert Kysar/ 21-41
3) Toward a Psycho-Literary Reading of the Fourth Gospel / Michael Willett Newheart/ 43-58
4) Reading Myself, Reading the Text: The Johannine Passion Narrative in Postmodern Perspective / Jeffrey L. Staley / 59-104
Theological Approaches
5) The Gospel of John as a Document of Faith in a Pluralistic Culture / R. Alan Culpepper / 107-127
6) Metaphysics and Marginality in John / Werner H. Kelber / 129-154
7) John 20: 11-18: The Encounter of the Easter Jesus with Mary Magdalene-A Transformative Feminist Reading / Sandra M. Schneiders / 155-168
8) Prolegomena to a Canonical Reading of the Fourth Gospel / D. Moody Smith / 169-182

PART II: The Gospel of John at the Close of the Twentieth Century
9) Coming Hermeneutical Earthquake in Johannine Interpretation / Robert Kysar / 185-189
10) The Gospel of John as a Kinder, Gentler Apocalypse for the 20th Century / J. Ramsey Michaels / 191-197
11) Johannine Theologians as Sectarians / Gail R. O'Day / 199-203
12) Important Aspects of the Gospel for the Future / Luise Schottroff / 205-216
13) The Gospel at the Close of the Century: Engagement from the Diaspora / Fernando F. Segovia / 211-216
14) What Have I Learned about the Gospel of John / D. Moody Smith / 217-235

CONCLUSION
Reading Readers of the Fourth Gospel and Their Readings: An Exercise in Intercultural Criticism / Fernando F. Segovia / 237-277
Index of Citations; Index of Authors / 279-293


Segovia, Fernando F., ed. "What Is John?": Volume II: Literary and Social Readings of the Fourth Gospel. SBL Symposium Series; 7. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998.

Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations / vii-xii

PART I: Reading John
Literary Approaches
1) Reading the Fourth Gospel Like a Literary Symphony / Jan A. du Rand / 5-18
2) "How Can This Be?" (John 3:9): A Feminist-Theological Re-Reading of the Gospel of John / Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger / 19-41
3) The Function of John 13-17 Within the Johannine Narrative / Francis J. Moloney/ 43-66
4) The Word Become Flesh: Story and Theology in the Gospel of John / Gail R. O'Day / 67-76
Social Approaches
5) The Sociology of Secrecy and the Fourth Gospel / Jerome H. Neyrey / 79- 109
6) The Johannine Community and Its Jewish Neighbors: A Reappraisal / Adele Reinhartz / 111- 138
7) Sectarianism and Theological Interpretation in John / David Rensberger / 139-156
8) The Samaritan Woman and the Notion of Sexuality in the Fourth Gospel / Luise Schottroff / 157-181
9) Inclusion and Exclusion in John 17: An Intercultural Reading / Fernando F. Segovia / 183-210
 
PART II: The Fourth Gospel at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
1) Reading For / About Our Lives: Politics, Poetics, and Personhood in the Fourth Gospel / Wes Howard-Brook / 213-230
2) After Virtual Reality: Reading the Gospel of John at the Turn of the Century / Marianne Meye Thompson / 231-238
3) Some Ugly Thoughts on the Fourth Gospel at the Threshold of the Third Millennium / Stephen D. Moore / 239-247
4) On Travel, Translation, and Ethnography: Johannine Scholarship at the Turn of the Century / Adele Reinhartz / 249-256
5) The Gospel of John in the Twenty-first Century / Richard L. Rohrbaugh / 257-263
6) The Politics of Place and the Place of Politics in the Gospel of John / Jeffrey L. Staley / 265-277

CONCLUSION: 
Reading Readers Reading John: An Exercise in Intercultural Criticism / Fernando F. Segovia / 281-322
Bibliography; Index of Names; Index of Citations / 323-361


Sloan, Robert B., and Mikeal C. Parsons, eds. Perspectives on John: Methods and Interpretation in the Fourth Gospel. NABPR Special Studies, 11. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1993.

  1. Background and Christology of John's Gospel / E. Earle Ellis / 1-25
  2. To What Extent Is John Historically Reliable / Craig L. Blomberg / 27-56
  3. The AMHN, AMHN Sayings in the Gospel of John / R. Alan Culpepper / 57-101
  4. Flashes of Light in the Night: Reading the Aphorisms of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel / Linda McKinnish Bridges / 103-120
  5. Unreliable narration: John on the Story of Jesus; The Chronicler on the History of Israel / Charles W. Hedrick / 121-143
  6. A Neglected EGO EIMI Saying in the Fourth Gospel? Another Look at John 9:9 / Mikeal C. Parsons / 145-180
  7. That Which is Born From PNEUMA IS PHEUMA: Rebirth and Spirit in John 3:5-6 / Klyne R. Snodgrass / 181-205
  8. The Absence of Jesus in John / Robert B. Sloan / 207-227
  9. The Fulfillment Quotations in John's Account of the Crucifixion / David E. Garland / 229-250
  10. The Psalter in the Text and the Thought of the Fourth Gospel / Marion L. Soards / 251-267
  11. "Come and See": Disciples and Discipleship in the Fourth Gospel / W. Hulitt Gloer / 269-301
  12. The Passover and the narrative Cycles in John / Gerald L. Corchert / 303-316
  13. Toward a Johannine Theology of Prayer / Sharyn E. Dowd / 317-335
  14. Worship in the Fourth Gospel and in Its Milieu / Charles H. Talbert / 337-356

Söding, Thomas, ed. Johannesevangelium, Mitte oder Rand des Kanons?: Neue Standortbestimmungen. Quaestiones disputatae, 203. Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 2003.

Vorwort / Thomas Söding / 7-8
Ein gewachsenes Evangelium: Der Relecture-Prozess bei Johannes / Jean Zumstein / 9-37
Das Evangelium nach Johannes und die Jesustradition / Klaus Berger / 38-59
Das vierte Evangelium auf dem Hintergrund der älteren Evangelientradition: Zum Problem: Johannes und die Synoptiker / Jörg Frey / 60-118
Theologie als kreative Sinnbildung: Johannes als Weiterbildung von Paulus und Markus / Udo Schnelle / 119-145
"Die unauflösbare Schrift" (Joh 13,35): Zur Auslegung und Theologie der Schrift Israels im Johannesevangelium / Klaus Scholtissek / 146-177
Eucharistie in Joh 6: Vom pneumatologischen zum inkarnationstheologischen Verstehensmodell / Michael Theobald / 178-257
Die Perspektive des Anderen: Das Johannesevangelium im biblischen Kanon / Thomas Söding / 258-317


Stibbe, Mark, ed. The Gospel of John as Literature: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Perspectives. NT Tools and Studies, 17. Leiden; New York: E.J. Brill, 1993.
ISBN: 90-04-09848-8 (cloth); 90-04-09932-8 (pbk); ISSN 0077-8842

Preface; Acknowledgements / vii-x
Introduction / 1-13

1) Is the Fourth Gospel a Drama? / F.R.M. Hitchcock (1923) / 15-24
2) John's Narrative Style / H. Windisch (1923) / 25-64
3) Literary Form in the Fourth Gospel / J. Muilenburg (1932) / 65-76
4) The Structure of the Fourth Gospel / D. Deeks (1968) / 77-103
5) Theology and Irony in the Fourth Gospel / G. MacRae (1973) / 104-114
6) John 9: A Literary-Critical Analysis / J. Resseguie (1982) / 115-122
7) Women in the Fourth Gospel / S.M. Schneiders (1982) / 123-144
8) It is Written / J.D. Crossan (1983) / 145-164
9) The Wooing of the Woman at the Well / L. Eslinger (1987) / 165-182
10) John 4.16a: A Dificult Text Speech Act Theoretically Revisited / J.E. Botha(1990) / 183-192
11) John 5.1-18: A Sample of Narrative-Critical Commentary / R. Alan Culpepper(1990) / 193-208
12) The Birth of a Beginning: John 1.1-18 / W. Kelber (1990) / 209-230
13) The Elusive Christ: A New Reading of the Fourth Gospel / M.W.G. Stibbe(1991) / 231-248

Bibliography / 249-254


Sys, Jacques, ed. Prologue de Jean. Graphè, 10. Lille: Centre de recherches de l'Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3, 2001.

Les variantes de la tradition grecque du Prologue de Jean et leurs enjeux / Christian-B. Amphoux
Rédaction et réception du Prologue / Michel A. Hubaut
La notion de Logos dans le Judaïsme ancien du premier siècle et sa réinterprétation chrétienne dans le Prologue de Jean / Yves-Marie Blanchard
Lectures des v. 9-13 du Prologue de Jean / Jacques Bernard
Jean 1,16-17 dans l'interprétation patristique: Eckhart et le Prologue de Jean / Marie-Anne Vannier
L' interprétation métaphysique du Prologue de Jean par Fichte dans l'Invitation à la vie bienheureuse / Jean-Christophe Goddard
De l'idée d'absolu au Verbe : l'herméneutique de T.S. Eliot / Jean-Paul Rosaye
Anatomie du "Verbe-qui-s'est-fait-chair" dans l'ouvre de Saint-John Perse face à la tropologie d'Eliot et de Claudel
Les fondements johanniques d'une somme de poésie de Patrice de la Tour du Pin / Isabelle Renaud-Chamska
The Word But Lately Could Not Speak: Anti-theological reflections on John's Prologue / Alison Jasper


Taylor, S.J., Michael J., ed. A Companion to John: Readings in Johannine Theology (John's Gospel and Epistles). New York: Alba House, 1977.
ISBN: 0-8189-0348-1

Introduction / Michael J. Taylor / ix-xv

John: A Very Different Gospel? / John Marsh / 3-31
The Johannine Jesus as Logos / T.W. Manson / 33-58
John's Jesus: Biblical Wisdom and the Word Embodied / Basil de Pinto / 59-67
The Qumran Scrolls and John: A Comparison in Thought and Expression / Raymond E. Brown / 69-90
The Johannine "Signs" of Jesus / W.D. Davies / 91-115
The Ego Eimi ("I Am") Passages in the Fourth Gospel / Raymond E. Brown / 117-126
John's Theology of Man and the World / Karl Schelkle / 127-140
Man's Participation in God's Life: A Key Concept in John / Andre Feuillet / 141-151
The Johannine Relationship of Love to Faith / Thomas Barrosse / 153-176
John's Doctrine of the Spirit: A Summary View of his Eschatology / Bruce Vawter / 177-86
Christian Mortality according to John / Rudolf Schnackenburg / 187-203
Christian Spirituality in John / W.K. Grossouw / 205-224
The Johannine Sacramentary / Raymond E. Brown / 225-246
Is There a Johannine Ecclesiology? / Rudolf Schnackenburg / 247-256
Reflections on the Three Epistles of John / J. Ramsey Michaels / 257-271

Review Questions: Material for Comment and Discussion / 273-281


Van Segbroeck, Frans, C.M. Tuckett, G. Van Belle, and J. Verheyden, eds. The Four Gospels 1992: Festschrift Frans Neirynck. 3 vols. BETL 100. Leuven: Leuven University Press & : Uitgeverij Peeters, 1992.

Vol. 1:
Preliminary Part / 3-89
Part I. The Gospel(s) / 91-357
Part II. The Sayings Source Q / 359-688

Vol. 2:
Part III. The Gospel of Mark / 691-1183
Part IV. The Gospel of Matthew / 1185-1447
Part V. The Gospel of Luke / 1449-1715

Vol. 3:
Part VI. The Gospel of John / 1721-2221

83. Synoptische und johanneische Christologie - ein Vergleich / R. Schnackenburg / 1723-1750
84. Auf Gott bezogenes "mein Vater" und "euer Vater" in den Jesu-Worten der Evangelien, zugleich ein Beitrag zum Problem Johannes und die Synoptiker / G. Schneider / 1751-1781
85. John and the Synoptics and the Question of Gospel Genre / D.M. Smith / 1783-1797
86. Johannes und die Synoptiker / U. Schnelle / 1799-1814
87. The Independence of the Gospel of John. Some Observations / P. Borgen 1815-1833
88. Christology and Theology in the Context of Early Christian Eschatology, particularly in the Fourth Gospel / M. de Jonge / 1835-1853
89. The Mission of the Logos-Son / G.R. Beasley-Murray / 1855-1868
90. The Enigmatic Johannine Son of Man / J. Painter / 1869-1887
91. Locality and Doctrine: Mark and John Revisited / S. Freyne / 1889-1900
92. Les parenthèses johanniques / G. Van Belle / 1901-1933
93. Jean et les Synoptiques: l'example de Jn 1,15-34 / É. Trocmé / 1935-1941
94. Jn 1,19-27 in Light of Related Passages in John, the Synoptics, and Acts / E.D. Freed / 1943-1961
95. Der Täufer als Zeuge des Offenbarers. Das Täuferbild von Joh 1,19-34 auf dem Hintergrund von Mk 1,2-11 / D.-A. Koch / 1963-1984
96. Capernaum Revisited. Jn 4,46-53 and the Synoptics / B. Lindars / 1985-2000
97. Die Speisung des Volkes durch Jesus und die Seeüberfahrt der Jünger nach John 6,1-25 im Vergleich zu den synoptischen Parallelen / E. Ruckstuhl / 2001-2019
98. Die Erzählung von den bethanischen Geschwistern (John 11,1–12,19) als "Palimpsest" über synoptischen Texten / H. Thyen / 2021-2050
99. The Anointing of Jesus in Jn 12,1-8 and Its Synoptic Parallels / M. Sabbe / 2051-2082
100. Die "Hellenen" Joh 12,20ff. und der sogenannte "Anhang" Joh 21 / U. Busse / 2083-2100
101. The Old Testament Quotation in John 19,36. Sources, Redaction, Background / M.J.J. Menken / 2101-2118
102. L'interprétation johannique de la mort du Christ / J. Zumstein / 2119-2138
103. Towards Understanding the Composition of John 20 / J. Smit Sibinga / 2139-2152
104. "Nimm deine Hand und lege sie in meine Seite!" Exegetische, hermeneutische und bibeltheologische Überlegungen zu John 20,24-29 / J. Kremer / 2153-2181
105. A Note on Jn 20,29 / P.J. Judge / 2183-2192
106. On the Text and Meaning of Jn 20,30-31 / G.D. Fee / 2193-2205
107. The Growth and Making of John 21 / W.S. Vorster / 2207-2221

Part VII. The Reception of the Gospels / 2223-2535

Appendix & Indexes / 2539-2668


Anonymous. San Giovanni. Atti della XVII Settimana Biblica; Associazione Biblica Italiana. Brescia: Paideia, 1964.

Presentazione / P. Giovanni Canfora / 7-8
Discorso del Santo Padre Giovanni XXIII alla XVII Settimana Biblica / 9-13

Rassegna di lavori cattolici su San Giovanni dal 1950 al 1961 / P. Donatien Mollat, S.J. / 15-47
Problemi dell'Apocalisse in alcuni studi degli ultimi anni / Felice Montagnini / 49-75
La critica letteraria applicata al Quarto Vangelo / P. Mauro Laconi, O.S.B. / 77-109
Osservazioni sulla terminologia della predicazione nell'opera giovannea / P. Carlo M. Martini, S.J. / 111-122
La verità in San Giovanni / P. Ignace de la Potterie, S.J. / 123-144
Il ritorno di Gesù al Padre nella soteriologia giovannea / P. Ortensio da Spinetoli, o.f.m. capp. / 145-159
Il giudizio in San Giovanni / Settimio Cipriani / 161-185
La dottrina eucaristica in San Giovanni secondo le recenti discussioni tra i protestanti / Antonio Ambrosanio / 187-205
Liberazione in San Paolo e in San Giovanni / P. Teodorico Ballarini, o.f.m. capp. / 207-224
I Giudei e il Quarto Evangelo / Franco Festorazzi / 225-260
I Giudeo-Cristiani e San Giovanni / P. Emanuele Testa, o.f.m. / 261-288
Le parabole del Quarto Vangelo / P. Marco Adinolfi, o.f.m. / 289-311
La biblioteca gnostica di Naġ Hammadi e il Vangelo di San Giovanni / Piero Rossano / 313-329
La porta aperta nel cielo / P. Giovanni Rinaldi, C. R.S. / 331-344
Apocalisse ed Esodo / P. Donatien Mollat, S.J. / 345-361

Cronaca della XVII Settimana Biblica / 363-365


Anonymous, ed. Studies in John: Presented to Professor Dr. J. N. Sevenster on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday. Supplements to Novum Testamentum, 24. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1970.
includes bibliographical references; in English, French, and German.

1) A Bibliography of Prof. Dr. J. N. Sevenster / M. C. Rientsma / 1-11
2) The Semeion at Cana of the Galilee / A. Geyser / 12-21
3) The Structure of John i 35-iv 54 / K. Hanhart / 22-46
4) L'Ensévelissement selon Saint Jean / B. Hemelsoet / 47-65
5) The Use of the Word
cristoV in the Johannine Epistles / M. de Jonge / 66-74
6) What John Tells Us about John / G. D. Kilpatrick / 75-87
7) John xiv 22 and the Name Judas Thomas / A. F. J. Klijn / 88-96
8) Who Were the Greeks of John xii 20? / H. B. Kossen / 97-110
9) The Glory of the Only Son (John I 14) / Th. C. de Kruijf / 111-123
10)Die Jungfrauen in der Offenbarung des Johannes xiv / C. H. Lindijer / 124-142
11) Der Exklusivanspruch des Christus nach dem Johannesevangelium / Christian Maurer / 143-154
12) A Neglected Factor in the Interpretation of the Johannine Eschatology / C. F. D. Moule / 155-160
13) Jesus der Zeuge Gottes / E. Schweizer / 161-168
14) Die Johanneische Wende / A. Sevenster / 169-184
15) Remarks on the Humanity of Jesus in the Gospel and Letters of John / G. Sevenster/ 185-193
16) A Study of I John / J. Smit Sibinga / 194-208
17) Μιαν γνωμην
, Apocalypse of John xvii, 13, 17 / W. C. van Unnik / 209-220


Anonymous, The Christ of John: Essays on the Christology of the Fourth Gospel. Proceedings of the Fourth Meeting of "Die Nuwe-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap van Suid-Afrika" Held at the University of South Africa, 27th-29th June, 1968. Neotestamentica, 2. Potchefstroom, South Africa: Pro Rege Press, 1971.

Preface / 7
The Incarnate Word - a Study of John 1:14 / A. B. du Toit / 9-21
Christ as the Only Begotten / I. J. du Plessis / 22-31
Narrator of the Father - ΕΞΗΓΕΙΣΘΑΙ and Related Terms in Johannine Christology / J. P. Louw / 32-40
The Lamb of God / J. H. Roberts / 41-56
"The Holy One of God" (John 6:69) / H. L. N. Joubert / 57-69
The Truth that Sets Man Free - John 8:31-36 / B. C. Lategan / 70-80
I Am the Way, the Truth and the Life / F. G. Fensham / 81-88
The Shepherd and His Flock / J. L. de Villiers / 89-103
Christ and the Prince of this World in the Gospel and the Epistles of St. John / J. C. Coetzee / 104-121
The Lord and the Holy Spirit in the Fourth Gospel / L. Floor / 122-130
The Christological Meaning of John 20:31 / E. P. Groenewald / 131-140


Anonymous, Essays on the Jewish Background of the Fourth Gospel. Proceedings of the Eighth Meeting of Die Nuwe Testamentiese Werkgemeenschap can Suid-Afrika, Held at the University of Pretoria from the 11th to the 14th July 1972. Neotestamentica, 6. Pretoria: Faculty of Theology, 1972.
ISBN: 0-620-00-748-6

Preface / 7
The History of Johannine Research during the Past Century / W. Nicol / 8-18
The Gospel of John as Language / W. S. Vorster / 19-27
The Gospel according to John and the Old Testament / C. van der Waal / 28-47
Life (Eternal Life) in St. John's Writings and the Qumran Scrolls / J. C. Coetzee/ 48-66
Love in the Writings of Qumran and John / F. C. Fensham / 67-77


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