Fortress Press Studies in John (7 vols.)
by 5 authors Riley, Gregory J., Moloney, Francis J., Koester, Craig R., Culpepper, R. Alan, Anderson, Paul N.
Fortress Press 1987–2011
Fortress Press Studies in John offers the latest in Johannine research. This collection provides a thorough introduction to the Gospel of John’s literary, historical, and theological aspects, analyzes the scholarly and religious implications of the Gospel’s use of symbolism, studies the Gospel’s narrative elements through a literary-criticism lens, and addresses the resurrection and afterlife controversies in Thomas’ and John’s Gospels. It also includes Francis J. Moloney’s popular narrative commentary on the Gospel of John.
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- Provides a thorough introduction to John’s Gospel
- Analyzes the Gospel’s use of symbolism and ideas on resurrection
- Studies the Gospel of John as narrative
- Contains the latest in Johannine research
- Anatomy of the Fourth Gospel: A Study in Literary Design by R. Alan Culpepper
- Resurrection Reconsidered: Thomas and John in Controversy by Gregory J. Riley
- Belief in the Word: Reading John 1–4 by Francis J. Moloney
- Signs and Shadows: Reading John 5–12 by Francis J. Moloney
- Glory not Dishonor: Reading John 13–21 by Francis J. Moloney
- Symbolism in the Fourth Gospel: Meaning, Mystery, Community, 2nd ed. by Craig R. Koester
- The Riddles of the Fourth Gospel: An Introduction to John Paul N. Anderson
- Title: Fortress Press Studies in John
- Publisher: Fortress Press
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 1,890