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Volumes of Collected Essays by Single Authors
on the Gospel and Epistles of John


Barrett, C. K. (Charles Kingsley). Essays on John. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1982.
ISBN: 0-664-21389-8

CONTENTS:

Acknowledgements; Preface; Abbreviations / vi--viii
1) Christocentric or Theocentric? Observations on the Theological Method of the Fourth Gospel / 1-18
2) "The Father is greater than I" John 14.28: Subordinationist Christology in the New Testament / 19-36
3) "The flesh of the Son of Man" John 6.53 / 37-49
4) The Theological Vocabulary of the Fourth Gospel and of the Gospel of Truth / 50-64
5) Symbolism / 65-79
6) Sacraments / 80-97
7) Paradox and Dualism / 98-115
8) History / 116-132
9) Jews and Judaizers in the Epistles of Ignatius / 133-158
10) John 21.15-25 / 159-167
Select Index: New Testament Passages Discussed / 168


Borgen, Peder. Logos Was the True Light, and Other Essays on the Gospel of John. Relieff, 9. Trondheim, Norway: Tapir, 1983.
ISBN: 82-519-0565-6

CONTENTS:

I. EXPOSITORY USE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
Observations on the Targumic Character of the Prologue of John / 13-20
The Unity of the Discourse in John 6 / 21-22
Observations on the Midrashic Character of John 6 / 23-31
Bread from Heaven. Aspects of Debates on Expository Method and Form / 32-46
 
II. TRANSMISSION AND INTERPRETATION OF TRADITION
The Use of Tradition in John 12.44-50 / 49-66
John and the Synoptics in the Passion Narrative / 67-80
John’s Use of the Old Testament and the Problem of Sources and Traditions / 81-91
 
III. JOHANNINE THEOLOGY
Logos Was the True Light / 95-110
The Old Testament in the Formation of New Testament Theology / 111-120
God’s Agent in the Fourth Gospel / 121-132
The Son of Man Saying in John 3.13-14 / 133-148
 
Abbreviations / 149
Index of References / 150-165
Index of Authors / 167-172


Brown, Raymond Edward. New Testament Essays. Impact Books. Milwaukee: Bruce, 1965.
ISBN: 0-8091-2470-X;   bibliographical footnotes;   pp. 51-213 on the Fourth Gospel.

CONTENTS:

Preface; Acknowledgments / vii-xiii

PART ONE: Biblical Research Today and Its Ecumenical Possibilities

I. Our New Approach to the Bible / 3-16
II. Ecumenism and New Testament Research / 17-35
III. The Unity and Diversity in New Testament Ecclesiology / 36-47
 
PART TWO: Examples of Modern Biblical Research into the Gospels

Section 1: The Theology and Background of the Fourth Gospel
IV. The Johannine Sacramentary / 51-76
V. The Eucharist and Baptism in John / 77-95
VI. The Theology of the Incarnation in John / 96-101
VII. The Qumran Scrolls and the Johannine Gospel and Epistles / 102-131
VIII. John the Baptist in the Gospel of John / 132-140

Section 2: The Relation Between the Fourth Gospel and the Synoptic Gospels
IX. The Problem of Historicity in John / 143-167
X. The Gospel Miracles / 168-191
XI. John and the Synoptic Gospels: A Comparison / 192-213

Section 3: Important Passages in the Synoptic Gospels
XII. The Pater Noster as an Eschatological Prayer / 217-253
XIII. Parable and Allegory Reconsidered / 254-264
XIV. The Beatitudes According to Luke / 265-271

Author Index; Index of Passages in John; General Index / 273-280


Brown, Raymond Edward, S.S. A Once-and-Coming Spirit at Pentecost: Essays on the Liturgical Readings between Easter and Pentecost, Taken from the Acts of the Apostles and from the Gospel According to John. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1994.
ISBN: 0-8146-2154-6

CONTENTS:

Introduction Explaining This Treatment of the Liturgical Season / 1-7
Chapter 1: The Church Begins in Jerusalem (Acts 2:14-41) / 9-19
Chapter 2: The Jerusalem Church of One Mind (Acts 2:42—5:42) / 20-36
    Brief Reflections on John 3 and John 6 / 36-42
Chapter 3: Diversity in the Jerusalem Church; Expansion to Judea and Samaria (Acts 6-9) / 43-55
    Brief Reflections on John 10 and John 12 / 56-58
Chapter 4: Outreach to the Gentiles; The Church of Antioch (Acts 10-14) / 59-70
    Brief Reflections on John 14-16 / 70-76
Chapter 5: The Jerusalem Conference Propels the Church to the Ends of the Earth (Acts 15-28) / 77-94
    Brief Reflections on John 17 and John 21
List of Liturgical Readings between Easter and Pentecost / 95-97


de Jonge, Marinus. Jesus, Stranger from Heaven and Son of God: Jesus Christ and the Christians in Johannine Perspective; edited and translated by John E. Steely. Sources for Biblical Study, 11. Missoula, MT: Published by Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1977.
ISBN: 0891301348

CONTENTS:

Preface / vii-x
1) The Fourth Gospel: The Book of the Disciples / 1-27
2) Nicodemus and Jesus: Some Observations on Misunderstanding and Understanding in the Fourth Gospel / 29-47
3) Jesus as Prophet and King in the Fourth Gospel / 49-76
4) Jewish Expectations about the "Messiah" according to the Fourth Gospel / 77-116
5) Signs and Works in the Fourth Gospel / 117-140
6) The Son of God and the Children of God / 141-168
7) Eschatology and Ethics in the Fourth Gospel / 169-191
8) Variety and Development in Johannine Christology / 193-222
Index (of Scripture References) / 223-236


de la Potterie, Ignace. La Vérité dans Saint Jean. 2 vols. Analecta Biblica, 73-74. 2nd ed., rev. et corr. Rome: Editrice Pontifico Istituto Biblico, 1999.
ISBN: 88-7653-074-6;    on both Gospel and Epistles, with theological focus.

CONTENTS:

TOME I:
Avant-propos; Abréviations; Bibliographie / ix-xxix
Introduction / 1-22
Chapitre Préliminaire: Le thème dualiste et le theme johannique (confrontation générale) / 23-38

PREMIÈRE PARTIE: JÉSUS ET LA VÉRITÉ
Chapitre Premier: Parole et vérité / 39-78
Chapitre II: Tèmoigner pour la vérité / 79-116
Chapitre III: Jésus- vérité / 117-280

DEUXIÈME PARTIE: L’ESPRIT ET LA VÉRITÉ
Chapitre IV: L’esprit et la vérité dans la Premiere Épître / 281-328
Chapitre V: Le Paraclet, l’esprit de la vérité / 329-478

TOME II:
TROISIÈME PARTIE: LE CROYANT ET LA VÉRITÉ
Chapitre VI: L’œuvre de la foi: faire la vérité / 479-535
Chapitre VII: Connaître la vérité / 537-592
Chapitre VIII: Être de la vérité / 593-635
Chapitre IX: Vivre dans la vérité: l’emploi de la formule εν (τη) αληθεια / 637-787
Chapitre X: La libération par la vérité / 789-866
Chapitre XI: Devenir coopérateurs de la vérité / 867-904
Chapitre XII: La vérité et ses contraires / 905-1002

CONCLUSION GÉNÉRALE / 1003-1060
Table des Citations / 1063-1104
Index des Auteurs / 1105-1122


Feuillet, André. Johannine Studies. Staten Island, NY: Alba House, 1965.
Translated by Thomas E. Crane from French articles formerly published in periodicals, memorial volumes, and mélanges; on both Gospel and Epistles; with bibliographical footnotes. 

CONTENTS:

Foreword / 13-14

PART ONE: THE FOURTH GOSPEL
I: The Hour of Jesus and the Sign of Cana / 17-37
II: The Theological Significance of the Second Cana Miracle / 39-51
III: The Principle Biblical Themes in the Discourse on the Bread of Life / 53-128
IV: The Composition of Chapters IX-XII / 129-147
V: The Time of the Church in St. John / 149-168
VI: Participation in the Life of God according to the Fourth Gospel / 169-180

PART TWO: THE APOCALYPSE
I: The Twenty-Four Elders of the Apocalypse / 183-214
II: The Value of the Apocalypse for the Solution of the Eschatological Problem / 215-231
III: Interpretation of Chapter XI of the Apocalypse / 233-256
IV: The Messiah and his Mother according to Apocalypse XII / 257-292


Lindars, Barnabas. Essays on John. Edited by C. M. Tuckett. Leuven: University Press & Uitgeverij Peeters, 1992.

Introduction: Barnabas Lindars' Work on John / C.M. Tuckett / xi-xvii

Essays on John:
1. The Composition of John XX / 3-8
2. Two Parables in John / 9-20
3. DIKAIOSYNH in Jn 16,8 and 10 / 21-31
4. The Son of Man in Johannine Christology / 33-50
5. Word and Sacrament in the Fourth Gospel / 51-65
6. The Passion in the Fourth Gospel / 67-85
7. Traditions behind the Fourth Gospel / 87-104
8. John and the Synoptic Gospels: A Test Case / 105-112
9. Discourse and Tradition: The Use of the Sayings of Jesus in the Discourses of the Fourth Gospel / 113-129
10. The Persecution of Christians in John 15,18--16,4a / 131-152
11. The Son of Man in the Theology of John / 153-166
12. Slave and Son in John 8,31-36 / 167-182
13. Rebuking the Spirit: A New Analysis of the Lazarus Story of John 11 / 183-198
14. Capernaum Revisited: John 4,46-53 and the Synoptics / 199-214

index of Authors / 215-217
Index of Biblical References / 218-233


Martyn, J. Louis (James Louis). The Gospel of John in Christian History: Essays for Interpreters. Theological Inquiries. New York: Paulist, 1978.
ISBN: 0-8091-2170-0

CONTENTS:

Preface / vii-viii
Introduction / 1-8

CHAPTER 1: "We Have Found Elijah"
I. A Modern Debate / 9-11
II. Elijah in the Four Gospels / 12-15
III. Elijah-Like Traits in the Fourth Gospel’s Portrait of Jesus / 16-28
IV. A Divided Picture and Source Criticism / 29-41
V. The Elijah Component in the Source’s Christology / 42-45
VI. The Johannine Redaction / 46-54

CHAPTER 2: Persecution and Martyrdom
I. Posing the Questions / 55-56
II. A Jewish-Christian Source in the Pseudo-Clementines / 57-62
III. The Jewish-Christian Source Called The Ascents of James and the Gospel of John / 63-80
IV. Two Hypotheses / 81-89

CHAPTER 3: Glimpses into the History of the Johannine Community
Introduction / 90-92
I. The Early Period / 93-101
II. The Middle Period / 102-106
III. The Late Period / 107-121

APPENDIX: The Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions Book One, Chapters 33-71 / 122-147


Meeks, Wayne A. In Search of the Early Christians: Selected Essays. Edited by Allen R. Hilton and H. Gregory Snyder. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002.

CONTENTS:

Editors' Preface / vii
Author's Preface / ix
Reflections on an Era / Wayne A. Meeks / xi

PART ONE: READING AND WRITING THE PAST / 1
The Image of the Androgyne: Some Uses of a Symbol in Earliest Christianity / 3
The Man from Heaven in Johannine Sectarianism / 55
Equal to God / 91
The Man from Heaven in Paul's Letter to the Philippians / 106
Breaking Away: Three New Testament Pictures of Christianity's Separation from the Jewish Communities / 115
"And Rose Up to Play'': Midrash and / Parenesis in I Corinthians 10:1-22 / 139
Judgment and the Brother: Romans 14:1-15:13 / 153
The Circle of Reference in Pauline Morality / 167

PART TWO: RESPONDING AND REVISIONING / 183
A Hermeneutics of Social Embodiment / 185
The Polyphonic Ethics of the Apostle Paul / 196
On Trusting an Unpredictable God: A Hermeneutical Meditation on Romans 9-11 / 210
Vision of God and Scripture Interpretation in a Fifth-Century Mosaic / 230

Afterword / Wayne A. Meeks / 254
Bibliography of Works Cited / 263
Sources / 285
Index of Biblical References / 287
Subject Index / 300
Index of Modern Authors / 309


Morris, Leon. Studies in the Fourth Gospel, Grand Rapids: W.B. Eerdmans; Exeter: Paternoster, 1969.

CONTENTS:

Preface/Abbreviations / 9-14
 
1) The Relationship of the Fourth Gospel to the Synoptics / 15-63
2) History and Theology in the Fourth Gospel / 65-138
3) Was the Author of the Fourth Gospel an Eyewitness? / 139-214
4) The Authorship of the Fourth Gospel / 215-280
   Additional Note A—The Tradition that John the Apostle Was Martyred Early / 280-283
   Additional Note B—The Date of the Fourth Gospel / 283-292
5) Variation—A Feature of the Johannine Style / 293-319
6) The Dead Sea Scrolls and St. John’s Gospel / 321-358
 
Indexes / 359-374


Nicol, W. Essays on the Jewish Background of the Fourth Gospel. Neotestamentica, 6. Pretoria: N.T.W.S.A., 1972.

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Reim, Günter. Studien zum alttestamentlichen Hintergrund des Johannesevangeliums. SNTSMS 22. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1974.
ISBN: 0-521-08630-2

CONTENTS:

Vorwort / xi
Abkürzungsverzeichnis / xiii
 
1 DIE ALTTESTAMENTLICHEN ZITATE BEI JOHANNES
I Die Behandlung der Zitate in bisheriger Forschung / 1-3
II Eigene Untersuchung der Zitate / 3-56
III Joh 7, 37f – Bisherige Forschung und Kritik an ihr Einführung / 56-88
IV Zusammenfassung der Untersuchung der Zitate / 88-96
 
2 DIE BENUTZUNG DES ALTEN TESTAMENTES IM JOHANNESEVANGELIUM, ABGESEGEN VON DEN ZITATEN
I Die Methode der Untersuchung / 97-98
II Einzeluntersuchung der Bücher des Pentateuch / 98-109
III Die johanneische Theologie, die sich im Benutzen der Bücher des Pentateuch zeigt / 110-155
IV Einzeluntersuchungen zu den übrigen Geschichtsbüchern und den Lehrbüchern des AT / 155-162
V Einzeluntersuchungen zu den prophetischen Büchern des AT / 162-188
VI Ergebnis der gesamten bisherigen Untersuchung des alttestamentlichen Hintergrundes des Johannesevangeliums / 188-190
 
3 DIE BENUTZUNG DER APOKRYPHA IM JOHANNESEVANGELIUM
I Einzeluntersuchung zu den historischen Schriften / 191
II Einzeluntersuchungen zu den Lehrschriften / 192-205
III Die übrigen Apokrypha / 204-205
 
4 DER ALTTESTAMENTLICHE HINTERGRUND IM JOHANNESEVANGELIUM UND DIE TRADITION
I Die Semeiaquelle / 206-209
II Das den Synoptikern verwandte Material / 209-216
 
5 UNTERSUCHUNGEN ÜBER DEN SPRACHHINNNTERGRUND DES JOHANNESEVANGELIUMS AUF GRUND DER ALTTESTAMENTLICHEN ZITATE, DER ANSPIELUNGEN AUF DAS AT UND DES SPRACHSCHATZES
I Untersuchungen zur Spache der Semeiaquelle / 217-220
II Untersuchungen zur Sprache des den Synoptikern verwandten Materials / 220-222
III Untersuchungen zur Sprache der von Johannes verwendeten Weisheitstraditionen / 223-224
IV Untersuchungen zur Sprache des Johannes / 224-231
V Zusammenfassung der Untersuchungen über den Sprachhinterfrund des Johannesevangeliums / 231-232
ANHANG: Gedanken zur Komposition des Johannesevangeliums auf Grund der Untersuchungen zum alttestamentlichen Hintergrund des Johannesevangeliums / 233-246
 
6 DIE ALTTESTAMENTLICHE GRUNDLAGE DER EIGENSTÄNDIGEN CHRISTOLOGIE DES JOHANNESEVANGELIUMS
I Die von Johannes nicht entwickelte, aus der Tradition übernommene Christologie / 247-250
II Die von Johannes aus der Tradition übernommene, weiterentwickelte Christologie / 250-260
III Eigenständige Christologie im Johannesevangelium und Zusammenfassung / 260-261
 
ANHANG A: Typologie im Johannesevangelium – Grenzen und Möglichkeit
I Überbewertung der Typologie bei der Auslegung des Johannesevangeliums / 262-266
II Findet sich Typologie im Johannesevangelium? / 266-268
 
ANHANG B: Die Bedeutung des Alten Testamentes für Bultmanns Johanneskommentar
I Die Bedeutung des Alten Testamentes für die einzelmen Quellen, für den Evangelisten und den Redaktor / 269-272
II Kritik der Anschauungen Bultmanns / 272-276
III Einzelfragen / 276-282

Schlußbemerkung zur gesamten Untersuchung / 282
Literaturverzeichnis / 283-293
Register: Stellen / 295-313
Register: Autoren / 314-315


Reim, Günter. Jochanan: Erweiterte Studien zum alttestamentlichen Hintergrund des Johannesevangeliums. Erlangen: [Eigenverlag G. Reim], 1996.

The first part (pp. 1-315) is the same as in the first edition (1974), listed above. The second part contains the following additional articles and essays:

1) Joh 9 - Tradition und zeitgenössische messianische Diskussion / 321-330
2) Johannesevangelium und Synagogengottesdienst / 331-333
3) Targum und Johannesevangelium / 334-347
4) Jesus as God in the Fourth Gospel: The Old Testament Background / 348-351
5) John 8,44 - Gotteskinder - Teufelskinder / 352-359
6) Nordreich - Südreich: Der Vierte Evangelist als Vertreter christlicher Nordreichstheologie / 360-368
7) Späte Entdeckung: Psalm 95 als Darstellungsprinzip für das Wirken des johanneischen Jesus / 369-388
8) Johannes 21 - ein Anhang? / 389-396
9) John IV.44 - Crux or Clue? / 397-401
10) Probleme der Abschiedsreden / 402-409
11) Zur Lokalisierung der johanneischen Gemeinde / 410-424
12) Der Augenzeuge. Tradition, Komposition und Interpretation im Johannesevangelium / 425-486
13) Paralleltraditionen zum Johannesevangelium bei Justin / 487-534


Richter, Georg. Studien zum Johannesevangelium. Herausgegeben von J. Hainz. Biblische Untersuchungen, 13. Regensburg: Friedrich Pustet, 1977.
ISBN: 3-7917-0486-9

CONTENTS:

Vorwort / vii-ix
I. "Bist du Elias?" (Joh 1,21) / 1-41
II. Die Fuβwaschung Joh 13,1-20 / 42-57
III. Die Deutung des Kreuzestodes Jesu in der Leidensgeschichte des Johannesevangeliums (Joh 13-19) / 58-73
IV. Die Gefangennahme Jesu nach dem Johannesevangelium (18,1-12) / 74-87
V. Zur Formgeschichte und literarischen Einheit von Joh 6,31-58 / 88-119
VI. Blut und Wasseraus der durchbohrten Seite Jesu (Joh 19,34b) / 120-142
VII. Ist εv ein strukturbildendes Element im Logoshymnus Joh 1,1 ff? / 143-148
VIII. Die Fleischwerdung des Logos im Johannesevangelium / 149-198
IX. Die alttestamentlichen Zitate in der Rede vom Himmelsbrot Joh 6,26-51a / 199-265
X. Der Vater und Gott Jesu und seiner Brüder in Joh 20,17. Ein Beitrag zur Christologie im Johannesevangelium / 266-280
XI. Zur sogenannten Semeia-Quelle des Johannesevangeliums / 281-287
XII. Zur Frage von Tradition und Redaktion in Joh 1,19-34 / 288-314
XIII. Zu den Tauferzählungen Mk 1,9-11 und Joh 1,32-34 / 315-326
XIV. Zum sogenannten Taufetext Joh 3,5 / 327-345
XV. Präsentische und futurische Eschatologie im 4. Evangelium / 346-382
XVI. Zum gemeindebildenden Element in den johanneischen Schriften / 383-414
Abkürzungsverzeichnis / 415-418
Literaturverzeichnis / 419-435
Stellenverzeichnis / 436-451
Autorenverzeichnis / 452-458


Smith, D. Moody (Dwight Moody). Johannine Christianity: Essays on Its Setting, Sources, and Theology. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1984.
ISBN: 0872494497

CONTENTS:

Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations / ix-xix
INTRODUCTION: Johannine Christianity

Part I: Sources
1) The Sources of the Gospel of John / 39-61
2) The Milieu of the Johannine Miracle Source / 62-79
3) The Setting and Shape of a Johannine Narrative Source / 80-93

Part II: John and the Synoptics
4) John 12:12 ff. and the Question of John’s Use of the Synoptics / 97-105
5) B. W. Bacon on John and Mark / 106-127
6) John and the Synoptics: de Solages and Neirynck / 128-144
7) John and the Synoptics: Some Dimensions of the Problem / 145-172

Part III: Theology
8) The Presentation of the Jesus in the Fourth Gospel / 175-189
9) Theology and Ministry in John / 190-222

Index (Modern Authors; Scripture) / 223-233


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