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The Beloved Disciple in Conflict? Revisiting the Gospels of John and Thomas by Ismo Dunderberg

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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ISBN 100199284962
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Get this from a library! The Beloved Disciple in conflict?: revisiting the Gospels of John and Thomas. [Ismo Dunderberg] -- Was the Gospel of John written in critical response to the Gospel of Thomas, an early collection of Jesus's sayings? Or was it directed to the Christians among whom Thomas originated? Ismo Dunderberg. The Beloved Disciple in Conflict?: Revisiting the Gospels of John and Thomas | Ismo Dunderberg | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The Beloved Disciple in Conflict? Revisiting the Gospels of John and Thomas Ismo Dunderberg. Examines critically various early Christian texts and makes them fruitful for the study of the New Testament; Assesses current theories about these texts, and also makes new suggestions; Takes account of the wider context of early Jewish and Christian. You must not circulate this book in any other binding or cover and you must impose the same condition on any acquirer British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Data available Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication Data Dunderberg, Ismo. The Beloved Disciple in conflict?: revisiting the Gospels of John and Thomas/Ismo Dunderberg.

The relationship between the Gospel of John and the Gospel of Thomas has become a hotly debated issue, with several scholars arguing that John and Thomas are gospels in conflict. The first part of this book argues that the two gospels were written about the same time, but without knowledge of each other. Their authors drew upon similar Jewish and early Christian traditions independently from. The shadowy figure known as “the disciple whom Jesus loved” appears in five scenes in the Gospel of John (John , John , John , John with John ), though some also regard the unnamed disciple in John as the beloved disciple. In these scenes the beloved disciple stands in contrast to Simon Peter, who. Another school of thought has proposed that the Beloved Disciple in the Gospel of John really was originally Mary make this claim and maintain consistency with scripture, the theory is suggested that Mary's separate existence in the two common scenes with the Beloved Disciple [Jn ] and is due to later modifications, hastily done to authorize the Gospel in the late 2nd. The beloved disciple simply kept Andrew unnamed on this occasion to mirror chapter 1. We would then have seven appearances of the beloved disciple in the Gospel: His first meeting with Jesus (John.

The Beloved Disciple in conflict?: revisiting the Gospels of John and Thomas. [Ismo Dunderberg] -- Was the Gospel of John written in critical response to the Gospel of Thomas, an early collection of Jesus's sayings? Or was it directed to the Christians among whom Thomas originated? Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ;. The Beloved Disciple Summary John the apostle must have thought he had seen everything. Having been with Jesus all the years of his ministry, John witnessed more miracles than he could count, saw more displays of power than he could comprehend, and experienced more love than he could fathom.   2. John and Thomas in conflict - about what? 3. The figure of Thomas in the Gospel of John 4. Jesus's I-sayings in Thomas and their relationship to Johannine traditions 5. The Beloved Disciple in the Gospel of John 6. The Beloved Disciple and Thomas 7. The Beloved Disciple in context 8. ConclusionPrice: $ DOI: / Corpus ID: The Beloved Disciple in Conflict @inproceedings{DunderbergTheBD, title={The Beloved Disciple in Conflict}, author={Ismo O. Dunderberg}, year={} }.