The Fourth Gospel in first-century media culture (Book, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
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The Fourth Gospel in first-century media culture

Author: Tom Thatcher; Anthony Le Donne
Publisher: London : T & T Clark, cop. 2011.
Series: European Studies on Christian Origins.; Library of New Testament Studies, 426.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examines the Fourth Gospel in reference to First-Century media culture, including issues of issues of orality, aurality and performance. This book challenges predominant paradigms for understanding  Read more...

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Genre/Form: estudios y conferencias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Thatcher; Anthony Le Donne
OCLC Number: 851331236
Description: IX, 283 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I: The Johannine Literature and/in Ancient Media Culture Anthony Le Donne, Introduction: How the Word became Words James D.G. Dunn, John and the Oral Jesus Tradition Jeffrey Brickle, Seeing, Hearing, Declaring, Writing: Media Dynamics in the Epistles of John; Part II: Johannine Themes; Michael Labahn, Scripture Talks because Jesus Talks: The Rhetoric of Persuading and Creativity in John's Use of Scripture; Catrin Williams, Patriarchs and Prophets Remembered: Social Memory and Perceptions of Witnesses; Antoinette Wire, Weighing the Johannine 'I Am' Sayings as History; Part III: Johannine Texts: Case Studies; Chris Keith, Textual Variance as Textual Performance: The Adulteress' Entrance into John's Gospel; Whitney Shiner, The Word on the Street: Performance Analysis of John 8:31-59; Tom Thatcher, The Problem of the Primitive and the Composition - History of the Prologue; Part IV: Responses; Werner Kelber; Alan Culpepper.
Series Title: European Studies on Christian Origins.; Library of New Testament Studies, 426.
Responsibility: edited by Anthony Le Donne, Tom Tatcher.

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...the volume as a whole represents a significant contribution to conversations surrounding the Fourth Gospel in relation to the first-century media culture. -- Holly E. Hearon, Christian Theological Read more...

 
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