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The Shepherd Discourse of John 10 and its context

Author: Johannes Beutler; Robert Tomson Fortna; Society for New Testament Studies.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Series: Society for New Testament Studies monograph series, 67
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Previous studies of the Shepherd Discourse have concentrated either on its historical setting in the life of Jesus or on the prehistory of its text. This text, consisting of essays written by an international team of specialists, adopts a more contextual approach.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Beutler; Robert Tomson Fortna; Society for New Testament Studies.
ISBN: 0521020603 9780521020602
OCLC Number: 1064515192
Language Note: Text in English and German.
Notes: Selected conference papers.
Originally published: 1991.
Description: 182 pages
Contents: Introduction J. Beutler and R. T. Fortna; 1. Open questions of John 10 U. Busse; 2. Der altestamentlich-judische Hintergrund der Hirtenrede in John 10 J. Beutler; 3. The history of religions boackground of John 10 J. Turner; 4. Tradition, history and intepretation in John 10 J. Painter; 5. John 10 and its relation to the Synoptic Gospels M. Sabbe; 6. A syntactical and narratological reading of John 10 in coherence with chapter 9 J. A. Du Rand; 7. Johannes 10 im kontext des vierten evangeliums H. Thyen.
Series Title: Society for New Testament Studies monograph series, 67
Responsibility: edited by Johannes Beutler and Robert T. Fortna.

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