Re: [John_Lit] Overview Query
- Dear Larry,
If you're looking for a more conservative answer to the date and
authroship questions, check out Craig Blomberg's /The Historical
Reliability of the Gospel of John/. There's about 10 pages or so on the
authorship, provenance, and date questions. Another good summary is to
be found in Raymond Brown's /An Introduction to the Gospel of John/
edited and updated by Francis J. Moloney.
I've been quite intrigued as of late by Richard Bauckham's work on John,
especially that found in /The Gospel for All Christians/.
Hope that helps...
Davd A. Wheeler-Reed
Regis College, University of Toronto
Larry Swain wrote:
>I'm a little out of the loop these days, more's the pity for me. I was--
>wondering what are the current views of authorship of the Gospel and
>Epistles and if they have substantially changed in the last say 6 years?
>Apologies for the essentially basic question.
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- Larry Swain wrote:
> I'm a little out of the loop these days, more's the pity for me. I wasGet ahold of _The Face of New Testament Studies: A Survey of Recent Research_
> wondering what are the current views of authorship of the Gospel and
> Epistles and if they have substantially changed in the last say 6 years?
> Apologies for the essentially basic question.
edited by Scot McNight and Grant Osbourne (Baker, 2004). There's an article
there on "The Johannine Gospel in Recent Research" by Klaus Scholtissek that
looks like what you are looking for.
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon)
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