John Among the Gospels

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University of South Carolina Press, 2001 - Religion - 262 pages
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John's relationship to the other canonical Gospels has from Christian antiquity been the subject of serious discussion and debate. Did John know them? Did he use them as sources for his own spiritual gospel? If so, can his eccentricities in using them be explained? In John Among the Gospels D. Moody Smith confronts these questions, describing how the relationship of the Fourth Gospel to the Synoptics has been understood, particularly in modern biblical scholarship.

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D. Moody Smith is George Washington Ivey Professor of New Testament at the Divinity School, Duke University.

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