2 edition of Studies in the Johannine writings. found in the catalog.
Studies in the Johannine writings.
|Statement||Edited, with a memoir, by George R. Logan. Foreward by Hugh Watt.|
|LC Classifications||BS2601 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||57003580|
The parallel in usage is only superficial. He had no intention of portraying Him as anyone less than Son of God. In addition, the themes said to govern each division are also quite varied. In the Apocalypse, doctrine is not prominent, but where reference is made to the cleansing of sin Rev, this is through the blood of the Lamb.
Rudolf Bultmann took a different approach to the work. Everything, we have seen, comes from the love of God; the death of Christ is to be construed in harmony with this, not in any antagonism to it. Other aspects of God. Perhaps the most striking thing in the first Epistle of St. There is considerable emphasis in the teaching of Jesus on Abraham, and the superiority of Jesus to Abraham is specifically implied f. This is life eternal, that they should know Thee, the only true God, and Him whom Thou didst send, Jesus Christ'
This is the climax of His mission. The sacrament of baptism made the figure of washing an obvious one to Christians, quite apart from such suggestions as are given by Psalm and Isaiah18, and its influence is apparent in 1 Corinthians and Titus In the same context Jesus revealed the necessity for His mission when referring to the other sheep that He must bring into the flock The book has succeeded in conjoining two virtues which are often considered as being incompatible: It is written at the highest scholarly stage and it is easy to read. This spontaneity on the part of Jesus, when it is put in relation to the love of the Father in giving the Son, appears as obedience.
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Moreover, sin is specifically defined as lawlessness If it were possible, as I do not think it is, to deny that Studies in the Johannine writings. book is any reference in this chapter to the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, it might be possible also to deny that it contained any reference to Christ's death.
Such incidents bring out clearly the essential character of Jesus in His warm concern for people. They have sought to give a balanced introduction to the relevant scholarship and debate, but they have also been able to present the issues from their own perspective.
He noted similarities with the Pauline corpus, but attributed this to a common Hellenistic background. It is the fact only which is brought into view. The basic idea of the Paraclete is personal. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, The fourth passage is introduced as an assurance to the disciples in view of the coming departure of Jesus.
The close connection between the mission of Jesus and the work of the Spirit is basic to all the records. The filial sayings. Only the more important of these can be mentioned.
In both respects the Christian life is absolutely indebted to it; without it, it could neither begin nor go on.
Its delay is noted earlier as inbut in this hour has come, and since this was the commencement of the passion week there can be no doubt that the hour was the hour of the Passion. This caused friction.
Eternal life is essentially a present possession John ; ; ; 1 John ; ff. Paul's hilasterion in describing the relation of Studies in the Johannine writings.
book to sin. As far as the OT patterns are concerned, the advent of Jesus was the eschaton endbut, however, since He Himself gave further predictions regarding His Parousia Returnthe final consummation is still in the future.
It requires the exalted viewpoint of the prologue to make them intelligible. Future scholarship will be interested in connections between the Gospel of John and the Scrolls and also in Qumran Judaism and Johannine Christianity as parallel religious movements.
It is not an abstract discipline. The first of these -- the power of sanctification -- preponderates in the epistle; but it would be as complete a negation of its teaching, as of that of every New Testament writing, to say that the second -- the sinner's acceptance with God -- is dependent upon it.
Indications of the true humanity of Jesus.Modern-day Bible scholars study the Johannine community for help in understanding interreligious squabbles. What was “the Johannine community”?
It was a network of churches Studies in the Johannine writings. book in Asia Minor responsible for the production of four New Testament writings: the Gospel of John and the three letters known as 1 John, 2 John, and 3 John. Together, those books reveal how a particular.
Get this from a library! Mimesis in the Johannine literature: a study in Johannine ethics. [Cornelis Bennema] -- "Mimesis is a fundamental and pervasive human concept, but has attracted little attention from Johannine scholarship. This is unsurprising, since Johannine ethics, of. JOHANNINE THEOLOGY.
The teaching of the Apostle John as given by him in the NT books attributed to him—the fourth gospel, the epistles, and the Apocalypse. Outline. It is generally supposed that Johannine theology has its own distinctive features sufficient to mark it out from other streams of theological thought current in the apostolic age.The Johannine literature includes the Fourth Gospel, three letters, and the Book pdf Revelation.
While they no doubt share a common background, the Book of Revelation is quite different in terms of genre and purpose and should be left to another discussion.Captures John's unique perspective and voice in the wider field of Download pdf studies In this volume Stanley Porter tackles a variety of important and often highly contentious topics within the Gospel of John as a means of defining and capturing the distinctive Johannine voice.
Subjects discussed include John in relation to competing Gospels, the public proclamation of Jesus in John, the sources of.This volume is the ebook organized study on the concept of mimesis in the Johannine literature.
The aim of the study is to establish that mimesis is a genuine Johannine concept, to explain its particulars and to show that mimesis is integral to Johannine ethics.