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Anti Judaism And The Fourth Gospel$55.00Add to cart
The problem of anti-Judaism in the Fourth Gospel is a complex matter that has historical, sociological, and theological dimensions. It involves the study of the original texts, their reception and effects throughout history as well as their ethical and theological implications in the perspective of Christian-Jewish dialogue. This selection of essays from the 2000 Leuven Conference presents the views of Johannine scholars from around the world on this important topic. Contributors include C. Kingsley Barrett, James H. Charlesworth, Raymond F. Collins, R. Alan Culpepper, Martinus C. de Boer, Henk Jan de Jonge, James D.G. Dunn, Jan Lambrecht, Judith M. Lieu, Stephen Motyer, Adele Reinhartz, and Peter J. Tomson.