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Interpreting Johannine Literature
The Interpreting Johannine Literature series is born from the desire of a group of Johannine scholars to bring rigorous study and explicit methodology into the teaching of these New Testament texts and their contexts. This series explores critical and perspectival approaches to the Gospel and Epistles of John. Historical- and literary-critical concerns are often augmented by current interpretive questions. Therefore, both a variety of approaches and critical self-awareness characterize titles in the series. Hermeneutical diversity and precision will continue to shed new light on the multi-faceted content and discourse of the Johannine Literature.
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Jaime Clark-Soles (Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University), Alicia Myers (Campbell University Divinity School), and Lindsey S. Jodrey (Princeton Theological Seminary)
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Come and Read: Interpretive Approaches to the Gospel of John
ALICIA D. MYERS AND LINDSEY S. JODREY -
HELEN K. BOND; JO-ANN A. BRANT; SHERRI BROWN...
Fortress Academic • December 2019 • Monograph