This radically new, three-volume commentary by Urban von Wahlde on the Gospel and Letters of John is the most detailed study of the composition of the Johannine literature ever put forth in English. Many of the most serious problems involved with interpreting John are due to the complex history of the Gospel's composition. Engaging the entire range of these problems, von Wahlde exposes each of the distinct stages -- and literary strata -- in the Johannine tradition and shows how each represents a theological development beyond earlier stages. The result is not only the first -genetic- commentary but also the first-ever history of the development of the Johannine tradition -- utterly groundbreaking biblical scholarship.
|Titel||The Gospel and Letters of John Volumes 1-3|
|Auteur||Urban C Von Wahlde|
|Uitgever||William B Eerdmans Publishing Co|
|Onderwerp||Evangelie naar Johannes, Johannes (brieven)|
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