Peter in the Gospel of John: The Making of an Authentic Disciple
Society of Biblical Lit, 2007 - 224 Seiten
In this narrative-critical study Bradford B. Blaine Jr. argues, against conventional scholarship, that John's Gospel presents Peter and the Beloved Disciple not as competitors but as colleagues who together serve as composite halves of the ideal Johanni.
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Peters Call Naming and Confession
The Foot Washing the Prediciton of the Denials and Peters Promise to Follow Jesus
Swordplay and Denials
The Race to the Empty Tomb
John 21 as Gospel Supplement
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