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Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture

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Beschreibung

This book examines the Fourth Gospel in reference to First-Century media culture, including issues of issues of orality, aurality and performance.

Autorentext

Anthony Le Donne (PhD, Durham University) is Assistant Professor of New Testament and Second Temple Judaism at Lincoln Christian University, Lincoln, Illinois. He is the author of The Historiographical Jesus: Memory, Typology, and the Son of David (Baylor University Press, 2009) and Historical Jesus: What Can We Know and How Can We Know It? (Eerdmans, 2010). Together with Jacob Neusner and Bruce Chilton he is co-editing Soundings in Jesus and His Religion (Fortress, forthcoming in 2011). His home on the web is anthonyledonne.com.


Tom Thatcher is Professor of Biblical Studies at Cincinnati Christian University. He has authored or edited numerous books and articles on the Johannine Literature and early Christian media culture, including Memory, Tradition, and Text (with Alan Kirk; SBL 2005), Why John Wrote a Gospel (WJK 2006), and Jesus, the Voice, and the Text (Baylor University Press 2008). A co-founder and former chair of the 'Mapping Memory' research group in the Society of Biblical Literature, Tom now serves on the programme committee of the SBL's Bible in Ancient and Modern Media section.



Inhalt

Part I: John and Oral Culture


Introducing Media Culture to Johannine Studies: Orality, Performance, and Memory Anthony Le Donne and Tom Thatcher

Seeing, Hearing, Declaring, Writing: Media Dynamics in the Letters of John Jeffrey E. Brickle

The Riddle of the Baptist and the Genesis of the Prologue: John 1:1-18 in Oral/Aural Media Culture Tom Thatcher

A Performance of the Text: The Adulteress' Entrance into John's Gospel Chris Keith


Part II: John as Oral Performance


John's Memory Theater: A Study of Composition in Performance Tom Thatcher

The Medium and Message of John: Audience Address and Audience Identity in the Fourth Gospel Thomas E. Boomershine
Jesus Retold as the World's Light in Johannine Oral Prophecy Antoinette Wire


Part III: John in the Medium of Memory


Scripture Talks because Jesus Talks: The Narrative Rhetoric of Persuading and Creativity in John's Use of Scripture Michael Labahn

John's Gospel and the Oral Gospel Tradition James D.G. Dunn

Memory, Commemoration and History in John 2:19-22: A Critique and Application of Social Memory Anthony Le Donne


Abraham as a Figure of Memory in John 8:31-59 Catrin H. Williams


Part IV: Reflections and Directions

What Difference Does the Medium Make? Barry Schwartz

Introducing Media Culture to Johannine Studies Gail R. O'Day


Bibliography

Produktinformationen

Titel: Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture
Editor:
EAN: 9780567228390
ISBN: 978-0-567-22839-0
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Bloomsbury Usa
Genre: Religion, Theologie
Anzahl Seiten: 296
Veröffentlichung: 17.02.2011
Jahr: 2011
Untertitel: Englisch