John, Jesus, and History, Volume 2

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Paul N. Anderson, Felix Just, Tom Thatcher
Society of Biblical Lit, 2007 - Bible - 346 pages
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Contents

Critical Views of John Jesus and History
1
Introductory Matters
7
The John Jesus and History Project
9
Why This Study Is Needed and Why It Is Needed Now
13
Reviews of the Literature How Did John Become the Spiritual Gospel?
71
The Dehistoricizing of the Gospel of John
75
How Johnthe Theologian Writes History
103
The Revisionist Contribution of SomeNineteenthCentury German Scholarship
109
Johns Literary Unityand the Problem of Historicity
217
The Transformation of Memory in the Interface of Historyand Theology in John
229
Ways Forward A Case Study
247
The Historical Jesus the Scene in the Temple and the Gospel of John
249
On DealBreakers and Disturbances
277
Concluding Matters
283
Assessments and Convergences
285
Where Do We Go from Here?
291

The Twentieth Century and Beyond
121
The Challenge of the Balkanizationof Johannine Studies
133
Disciplinary Approaches to the Issues Grinding New Lenses and Gaining New Insights
161
A Source for Jesus Research?
165
Johannine Truth Claims and Historicity
179
Friends or Foes?
199

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