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Historical reliability of john's gospel : issues and commentary.

Author: CRAIG L BLOMBERG
Publisher: DOWNERS GROVE : INTERVARSITY Press, 2011.
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: CRAIG L BLOMBERG
ISBN: 0830838716 9780830838714
OCLC Number: 869726076
Description: 346 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE Introductory Considerations --
Authorship --
Date and provenance --
Sources --
John's omissions --
Interlocking between John and the Synoptics --
The outlines of the four Gospels --
Other indications of historicity --
Literary genre --
John's unique audience and purposes --
The burden of proof and the criteria of authenticity --
The way forward --
pt. TWO Commentary --
Prologue (1:1--18) --
The Baptist's testimony (1:19--34) --
The first followers of Jesus (1:35--51) --
Water into wine (2:1--11) --
Clearing the temple (2:12--25) --
Jesus and Nicodemus (3:1--21) --
The Baptist gives way to Jesus (3:22--36) --
Jesus and the Samaritan woman (4:1--42) --
Healing an official's son (4:43--54) --
Healing the invalid by the Bethesda pool (5:1--18) --
The son's testimony (5:19--47) --
Feeding the five thousand (6:1--15) --
Walking on water (6:16--21) --
The bread of life discourse (6:22--59) --
A turning point in Jesus' ministry (6:60--71). Contents note continued: Jesus leaves for the Tabernacles festival (7:1--13) --
Jesus begins teaching at Tabernacles (7:14--36) --
The living water (7:37--52) --
The woman caught in adultery (7:53 --
8:11)] --
The light of the world (8:12--30) --
Jesus as the `I am' (8:31--59) --
Healing the man born blind (9:1--12) --
The aftermath of the miracle (9:13--41) --
The good shepherd (10:1--21) --
The feast of Dedication (10:22--42) --
The resurrection of Lazarus (11:1--44) --
Plotting to kill Jesus (11:45--57) --
Mary of Bethany anoints Jesus (12:1--11) --
The `atriumphal entry' (12:12--19) --
Jesus' death and the ministry to the Greeks (12:20--36) --
Summaries of Jesus' ministry (12:37--50) --
The footwashing (13:1--20) --
Betrayal and denial predicted (13:21--38) --
`Do not let your hearts be troubled' (14:1--14) --
The promise of the Paraclete (14:15--31) --
The vine and the branches (15:1--17) --
Future hatred for the disciples (15:18 --
16:4). Contents note continued: Further encouragement (16:5--33) --
Jesus' `high-priestly' prayer (17:1--26) --
Jesus' arrest (18:1--14) --
Initial interrogations of Peter and Jesus (18:15--27) --
Jesus and Pilate (18:28 --
19:16) --
The crucifixion (19:17--30) --
Confirmation of death and burial (19:31--42) --
Resurrection and appearance to Mary Magdalene (20:1--18) --
Jesus appears to the Eleven (20:19--29) --
The purpose of the Gospel (20:30--31) --
Fishing in Galilee (21:1--14) --
The future for Peter and John (21:15--23) --
Final testimony (21:24--25) --
CONCLUSIONS --
Summary of findings --
Implications of these results.

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