HISTORY AND THEOLOGY IN THE FOURTH GOSPEL by J. Louis Martyn
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The genius of the book is that it explores so thoroughly one aspect of Johannine thought. --Raymond E. Brown In this truly groundbreaking study, J. Louis Martyn pioneered a bold, "two-level" reading of John's Gospel, creatively assessing the separation of church from synagogue at the first century's end. Martyn's work has indelibly influenced the way scholars view the relationship of ancient Jews and Christians, and still shapes the discussion of John and its origins. As the first of its NTL Classics, Westminster John Knox is proud to make this volume available to a new generation.
J. Louis Martyn is the Edward Robinson Professor of Biblical Theology Emeritus at Union Theological Seminary in New York. He has also authored the highly acclaimed Anchor Bible commentary on Galatians (1997), Theological Issues in the Letters of Paul (1997), and co-edited Studies in Luke-Acts (1966)
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