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Peter and the beloved disciple : figures for a community in crisis

Author: Kevin Quast
Publisher: Sheffield : JSOT Press, ©1989.
Series: Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 32.
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The common supposition that the Fourth Gospel presents a rivalry between Peter and the Beloved Disciple, in which Peter is subordinated to the hero of the Johannine Community, is here subjected to fresh scrutiny. After establishing working hypotheses regarding the Johannine Community and the function of representative figures in the Fourth Gospel, the author first examines the function of Peter independently of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Quast, Kevin.
Peter and the beloved disciple.
Sheffield : JSOT Press, c1989
(OCoLC)23347981
Named Person: Peter, the Apostle Saint.; Pierre, l'Apôtre saint.; Petrus (Apostel)
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Quast
ISBN: 9780567485380 0567485382
OCLC Number: 741690105
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (236 p.)
Series Title: Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 32.
Responsibility: Kevin Quast.

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The common supposition that the Fourth Gospel presents a rivalry between Peter and the Beloved Disciple, in which Peter is subordinated to the hero of the Johannine Community, is here subjected to fresh scrutiny. After establishing working hypotheses regarding the Johannine Community and the function of representative figures in the Fourth Gospel, the author first examines the function of Peter independently of the Beloved Disciple. Here, he is the exemplary leader of 'the Twelve'. In those passages where the two characters are juxtaposed, it is evident that the Beloved Disciple is not inordin.

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