The unity of the farewell discourse : the literary integrity of John 13:31-16:33 (Book, 2004) [WorldCat.org]
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The unity of the farewell discourse : the literary integrity of John 13:31-16:33

Author: L Scott Kellum
Publisher: Edinburgh : T & T Clark, 2004
Series: Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 256
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: L Scott Kellum
ISBN: 0567080765 9780567080769
OCLC Number: 474319074
Description: 280 s. : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Chapter One: The Movement from "Discourse" to "Discourses." A history of interpretation on the question. Chapter Two: Unity of Style; Employing a variety of methodologies, the farewell discourse is tested for a specific idiolect. Chapter Three: Structural Unity; The farewell discourse is investigated in terms of structural and semantic unity by employing discourse analysis to test for unity, cohesion, and peak. Chapter Four: Again: the Magnus Reus. The final chapter investigates the methodology that identifies the magnus reus (John 14:31d) as the prototypical evidence of editorial activity (technically called an aporia).
Series Title: Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 256
Responsibility: L. Scott Kellum

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