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[John_Lit] On-Line Johannine Bibliography

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  • Felix Just, S.J.
    Dear Colleagues, A new massive Johannine bibliography is now available for your perusal at http://clawww.lmu.edu/faculty/fjust/John/Bibliog-Main.html So far it
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 28, 1999
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      Dear Colleagues,

      A new massive Johannine bibliography is now available for your perusal at http://clawww.lmu.edu/faculty/fjust/John/Bibliog-Main.html

      So far it contains only printed books and electronic publications (but not printed articles or essays). It covers both the Gospel and the
      Epistles of John, and includes hyperlinks for on-line book reviews, if available. It is as comprehensive as possible for English-language
      books (texts, commentaries, and studies) published since 1900, but contains only some foreign-language and pre-1900 works.

      If you notice any errors or omissions, have any problems using it, or have any other suggestions for improving this bibliography, please
      e-mail me directly. Thanks!

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      Felix Just, S.J. -- Asst.Prof. of Theological Studies
      Loyola Marymount University -- 7900 Loyola Blvd.
      Los Angeles, CA 90045-8400 -- (310) 338-5933
      WebPage -- http://clawww.lmu.edu/faculty/fjust
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    • Maurice A. O'Sullivan
      ... Many, many thanks for that biblio. One item has been extended from an abstract to the full paper since you compiled it: Michael Labahn, Between Tradition
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 2, 1999
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        At 22:09 28/10/99 -0700, you wrote:
        >Dear Colleagues,
        >
        >A new massive Johannine bibliography is now available for your perusal at
        >http://clawww.lmu.edu/faculty/fjust/John/Bibliog-Main.html
        >
        >So far it contains only printed books and electronic publications (but not
        >printed articles or essays). It covers both the Gospel and the
        >Epistles of John, and includes hyperlinks for on-line book reviews, if
        >available. It is as comprehensive as possible for English-language
        >books (texts, commentaries, and studies) published since 1900, but
        >contains only some foreign-language and pre-1900 works.
        >
        >If you notice any errors or omissions, have any problems using it, or have
        >any other suggestions for improving this bibliography, please
        >e-mail me directly. Thanks!

        Many, many thanks for that biblio.

        One item has been extended from an abstract to the full paper since you
        compiled it:

        Michael Labahn, "Between Tradition and Literary Art:
        The Use of the Miracle Tradition in the Fourth Gospel".
        Biblica 80 (1999). Abstract :

        is now avallable in full from:
        http://www.bsw.org/project/biblica/bibl80/Comm06.htm

        regards,
        Maurice




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