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The Gospel of John in cultural and rhetorical perspective / Jerome H. Neyrey. [print]

By: Neyrey, Jerome H, 1940- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Pub. Company, (c)2009. Description: xx, 489 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780802848666; 0802848664Subject(s): Bible. John -- Socio-rhetorical criticismLOC classification: BS2615.52.G677 2009Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The anatomy of the Fourth Gospel : major perspectives. Encomiumvs. vituperation : contrasting portraits of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel Role and status in the Fourth Gospel : cutting through confusion Spaces and places, whence and whither, homes and rooms : "territoriality" in the Fourth Gospel Narrative episodes in focus. "Are you greater than our father Jacob?" : Jesus and Jacob in John 1:51 and 4:4-26 -- "He must increase, I must decrease" (John 3:30) : a cultural and social interpretation What's wrong with this picture? John 4, cultural stereotypes of women, and public and private space -- "Equal to God" (John 5:18) : Jesus and God's two powers in the Fourth Gospel The trials (forensic) and tribulations (honor challenges) of Jesus : John 7 in social science perspective Jesus the judge : forensic process in John 8:21-59 Secrecy, deception, and revelation : information control in the Fourth Gospel The "noble" Shepherd in John 10 : cultural and rhetorical background -- "I said : you are gods" : Psalm 82:6 and John 10 -- "In conclusion-- " : John 12 as a rhetorical "peroratio" -- The footwashing in John 13:6-11 : transformation ritual or ceremony? -- Worship in the Fourth Gospel : a cultural interpretation of John 14-17 -- "Despising the shame of the cross" : honor and shame in the Johannine passion narrative Jesus vis-a-vis God : agent or equal? "My Lord and my God" : the heavenly character of Jesus in John's Gospel -- "I am the door" (John 10:7, 9) : Jesus the broker in the Fourth Gospel.
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The anatomy of the Fourth Gospel : major perspectives. Encomiumvs. vituperation : contrasting portraits of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel Role and status in the Fourth Gospel : cutting through confusion Spaces and places, whence and whither, homes and rooms : "territoriality" in the Fourth Gospel Narrative episodes in focus. "Are you greater than our father Jacob?" : Jesus and Jacob in John 1:51 and 4:4-26 -- "He must increase, I must decrease" (John 3:30) : a cultural and social interpretation What's wrong with this picture? John 4, cultural stereotypes of women, and public and private space -- "Equal to God" (John 5:18) : Jesus and God's two powers in the Fourth Gospel The trials (forensic) and tribulations (honor challenges) of Jesus : John 7 in social science perspective Jesus the judge : forensic process in John 8:21-59 Secrecy, deception, and revelation : information control in the Fourth Gospel The "noble" Shepherd in John 10 : cultural and rhetorical background -- "I said : you are gods" : Psalm 82:6 and John 10 -- "In conclusion-- " : John 12 as a rhetorical "peroratio" -- The footwashing in John 13:6-11 : transformation ritual or ceremony? -- Worship in the Fourth Gospel : a cultural interpretation of John 14-17 -- "Despising the shame of the cross" : honor and shame in the Johannine passion narrative Jesus vis-a-vis God : agent or equal? "My Lord and my God" : the heavenly character of Jesus in John's Gospel -- "I am the door" (John 10:7, 9) : Jesus the broker in the Fourth Gospel.

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