The present study is a slightly revised version of the author’s doctoral dissertation, completed at the University of Aberdeen under the supervision of I. Howard Marshall. The review will provide a reasonably detailed summary of the contents of each chapter and then analyze the significance of Lee’s work for scholarship on the subject.
The present volume on contexts of John’s Gospel includes papers originally read at a New Testament symposium in Oberwaiz near Bayreuth, Germany, in November 2001 plus several additional contributions. The occasion for this gathering was the publication of the “Neue Wettstein,” a compendium with parallel texts to John‟s Gospel from the Greco-Roman world as well… Read More
“John’s Transposition Theology: Retelling the Story of Jesus in a Different Key,” in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature, and Theology. Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honor of Martin Hengel (ed. Michael F. Bird and Jason Maston; WUNT 2/320; Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2012), 191–226. The aim of this essay is to address the knotty question of the… Read More
This book is a slightly revised version of the author’s doctoral dissertation written under Graham Stanton at Cambridge University. Its purpose is to provide an integrated presentation of the Johannine “signs” as they function within the final form of the Gospel, in contrast to previous studies that focused on source-critical issues such as the alleged… Read More