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Building on recent developments in biblical studies, David Rensberger explores new avenues of interpretation of the Fourth Gospel made possible by the rediscovery of its social and historical settings. He looks to the first generation of readers and considers the range of meanings the Gospel might have held for them.
Weight: 9 ounces ISBN: 0664250416 ISBN-13: 9780664250416 Stock No: WW4250416. Publisher's Description. He sees that behind the "spiritual" there is the possibility of social and even political interpretations. He discusses the relation of John's Gospel to liberation theology and to contemporary questions on the role of the church in the world.
Building on revent develeopments in biblical studies, David Rensberger explores a new avenues of interpretation of the Fourth Gospel made possible by the rediscovery of its social and historical settings. He looks to the first generation of readers and considers the range of meanings the Gospel might have help for them. Similar Items you may enjoy! Discovering the New Testament: Community and Faith Author: Alex Varughese, ed.
1st ed. by David K. Rensberger. Published 1988 by Westminster Press in Philadelphia.
David K Rensberger, Religious studies educator. Board of directors Clergy and Laity Concerned, Atlanta, 1988-1989. After years of close contact with the Johannine epistles
n scholarly jargon, "low" christology involves the application to Jesus of titles derived from the Old Testament or intertestamental expectations (. Messiah, prophet, servant. High" christology involves an appreciation of Jesus that moves him into the sphere of divinity, as expressed, for instance, in a more exalted use of Lord and Son of God, as well as the designation "God. Raymond E. Brown, The Community of the Beloved Disciple (London : Chapman, 1979) 25.