Titel: John Through Centuries P
1623:Standard B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam.
John Wiley & Sons
7. Januar 2004 - kartoniert - 258 Seiten
This pioneering commentary embraces the full scope and themes raised in John's Gospel, offering an engaging and perceptive reading. Mark Edwards explores a diverse range of excerpts and creative responses, with particular emphasis on the treatment of the Gospel in English poetry.
List of Illustrations.Series Editors' Preface.Acknowledgements.List of Abbreviations.Introduction: the Gospel and its Interpreters.Christ the Word: John 1.1-18.The Baptist's Testimony: John 1.19-51.Symbols of Purity: Chapter 2.The New Birth: John 2.23-4.2.The Samaritan: Chapter 4.Two Healings and their Aftermath: 4.46-5.47.Bread from Heaven: Chapter 6.Ministry in Jerusalem: Chapters 7 and 8.Parables of the Messiah: Chapters 9 and 10.The Raising of Lazarus: Chapter 11.Preparing for Death: Chapters 12 and 13.Christ and Spirit: Chapter 14.Valedictory: Chapters 15-17.Arrest and Trial: Chapter 18.The Crucifixion: Chapter 19.The Resurrection: Chapter 20.The Final Commission: Chapter 21.Bibliography.Index
Mark Edwards is Tutor in Theology and Lecturer in Patristics at Christ Church College, University of Oxford. He is the author or translator of numerous volumes, including Origen against Plato (2002).
"Mark Edwards' John commentary breaks new ground in the field of the reception history of biblical texts. Displaying a remarkable knowledge of its different readings, he brings into dialogue the most diverse and unexpected commentators on the text: bishops, scholars, devotional writers, poets, artists, hymn-writers, and provides the whole with a wonderfully lucid and learned survey of the history of Johannine interpretion." John Riches, Professor of Divinity with Biblical Criticism, University of Glasgow "An attractive inventory of exegetical opinion on one of the most important books of the NT. A true mine of information, published in a series that makes the life of researchers easier." International Review of Biblical Studies "The commentary provides a wonderful smorgasbord of readings and interpretations, drawn from all centuries. Thus the reader is put in touch with a representative sample of readings, interpretations and imaginative appropriations of the Gospel." Australian Religious Studies Review "In Edwards' hands 'reception history' becomes a feast of allusions and references around each Johannine text. The mixture is rich and provocative, making you want to read more and more." Robert Kysar, Bandy Professor Emeritus of Preaching and New Testament, Candler School of Theology, Emory University "Edwards has provided New Testament scholars with a valuable resource for understanding and appreciating the history of interpretation of the Fourth Gospel. The commentary makes a persusaive case for taking seriously the richness and the value of premodern exegetical insight, artistic interpretation, and reception history for understanding the biblical text, and I look forward to other commentaries appearing in the series." William M. Wright, Emory Universitiy