Criticism, interpretation, etc
Peter and the beloved disciple.
Sheffield : JSOT Press, ©1989
|提及的人：||Peter, the Apostle Saint.; Pierre, l'Apôtre saint.; Peter, the Apostle Saint.; Petrus (Apostel)|
|描述：||1 online resource (236 pages).|
|内容：||Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND; A. Introduction; B. History of Interpretation; C. Synopsis of Johannine Community History; D. The Identity of the Beloved Disciple; E. The Function of Anonymity in the Gospel; F. The Representative Figures of the Fourth Gospel; ''The Twelve'' in the Fourth Gospel; Chapter 2 PETER IN JOHN 1-12; A. Introduction; B. Jn 1.35-42; C. Jn 6.60-71; D. Conclusion; Chapter 3 PETER AND THE BELOVED DISCIPLE AT THE LORD''S SUPPER; A. Introduction; B. Jn 13.21-30; C. Jn 13.36-38; D. Conclusions; Chapter 4 PETER''S DENIALS; A. Introduction B. Jn 18.15-18, 25-27C. Jn 19.25-27; D. Conclusions; Chapter 5 PETER AND THE BELOVED DISCIPLE AT THE EMPTY TOMB; A. Introduction; B. Jn 20.1-10; The Run to the Tomb; Peter''s Entrance into the Tomb; Peter-Witness to the Empty Tomb; The Beloved Disciple-The Response of Faith; The Complementary Significance of the Partners; C. The Commissioning of the Disciples; D. Conclusions; Chapter 6 PETER AND THE BELOVED DISCIPLE IN JOHN 21; A. Introduction; The Provenance of Chapter 21; B. The Basic Concerns of the Chapter; C.Peter in John 21; D. The Beloved Disciple in John 21 E. Peter and the Beloved DiscipleF. Conclusions; Chapter 7 CONCLUSION; A. Introduction; B. The Beloved Disciple; C. Peter; D. The Two in Relationship; E. The Historical Context; Notes; Bibliography; INDEXES; INDEX OF BIBLICAL REFERENCES; INDEX OF AUTHORS; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; V; W; Z; INDEX OF SUBJECTS; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; W; Z|
|叢書名：||Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 32.|
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.