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Glory not Dishonor: Reading John 13–21
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Glory not Dishonor: Reading John 13–21

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Fortress Press 1998

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Overview

Moloney’s literary-historical commentary offers a close reading of the final section of the Gospel of John, taking the reader on a journey through Jesus’ final night and his ministry’s climax in passion, death, and resurrection. Concluding his unique trilogy, Moloney shows how the reader is led on a journey of faith by the Gospel writer, culminating in the belief in Jesus the Christ and having life in his name, despite his absence.

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If you like this resource be sure to check out Fortress Press Studies in John.

Product Details

  • Title: Glory not Dishonor: Reading John 13–21
  • Author: Francis J. Moloney
  • Publisher: Fortress Press
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 250
  • Topic: Johannine Studies

About Francis J. Moloney

Francis J. Moloney is a senior professorial fellow of Australian Catholic University at its Melbourne campus, Australia, and member of the Department of Biblical Studies. He is also the former provincial superior of the Salesians of Don Bosco for Australia and the Pacific region and former Katharine Drexel Professor of Religious Studies and dean of the School of Theology at the Catholic University of America. Moloney is a fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, a member of the Order of Australia, and the author of more than 40 books.

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