Faculty of Arts


BSTHEO 321

Johannine Literature


Description

A study of selected texts from the Johannine literature and their place in the development of early Christianity, with a focus on the literary relationships among the Johannine writings. Critical examination of themes and issues identified by contemporary scholarship, with reference to their relevance to the contemporary context. This course may also be available by flexible mode.

Availability 2012

Not taught in 2012

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Dr (Honorary Academic) Derek Tovey

Reading/Texts

Kysar, Robert. John: the Maverick Gospel. 3rd ed. Louisville: Westminster John Knox 2007.

Tovey, Derek. Jesus, Story of God: John’s Story of Jesus. Adelaide: ATF Press, 2007

Recommended Reading

Weekly reading provided in Course Outline

Points

BSTHEO 321: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

Any 30 points at Stage II in Biblical Studies

Restrictions

BSTHEO 221, 244, 343, 349


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