A collection of essays by experts from around the world
Like the other New Testament Gospels, the Gospel of John repeatedly appeals to Scripture (Old Testament). Preferring allusions and "echoes" alongside more explicit quotations, however, the Gospel of John weaves Scripture as an authoritative source concerning its story of Jesus. Yet, this is the same Gospel that is often regarded as antagonistic toward "the Jews," especially the Jewish religious leaders, depicted within it.
Introduces and updates readers on the question of John's employment of ScriptureShowcases useful approaches to more general studies on the New Testament's use of Scripture, sociological and rhetorical analyses, and memory theoryExplores the possible implications surrounding Scripture usage for the Gospel audiences both ancient and contemporary
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