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Der vorjohanneische Passionsbericht : eine historisch-kritische und theologische Untersuchung zu Joh 2,13-22, 11,47-14,31 und 18,1-20,29 /
Frank Schleritt.
imprint
Berlin : De Gruyter, 2007.
description
xix, 650 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
3110196980 (cl.), 9783110196986 (cl.)
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imprint
Berlin : De Gruyter, 2007.
isbn
3110196980 (cl.)
9783110196986 (cl.)
standard identifier
9783110196986
general note
Revised thesis (doctoral) - Universität, Göttingen, 2005/06.
catalogue key
6289827
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. [589]-638) and indexes.
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Main Description
This study is concerned with the genesis and theology of St. John's Gospel. It demonstrates firstly that John based the second part of his work, that dealing with Jesus final days, death and resurrection, on a source independent of the corresponding accounts in the other three New Testament Gospels. Thus it illuminates not only the specific theological character of this source text, but also John's specific understanding of Christ's Passion and Resurrection.
Main Description
This study is concerned with the genesis and theology of St. John's Gospel. It demonstrates firstly that John based the second part of his work, that dealing with Jesus' final days, death and resurrection, on a source independent of the corresponding accounts in the other three New Testament Gospels. Thus it illuminates not only the specific theological character of this source text, but also John's specific understanding of Christ's Passion and Resurrection.

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