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Exploring John’s Gospel
Reading, Interpretation, Knowledge

Colm Luibhéid

Paper $29.95    |    978-1-903631-15-7    |    2007

The gospel of John has been a source of inspiration, guidance, and knowledge for countless responsive readers. At the same time, it has evoked many different and often contradictory interpretations. In this book, Colm Luibhéid reviews the writings of Origen and Augustine, of Thomas Aquinas and John Calvin, and of twentieth-century scholars such as Rudolf Bultman, John Ashton and Diarmaid McGann. Carefully distilling the variations among each theologian, Luibhéid raises questions of interpretation, authority, and authorship. With fresh insight and thoughtful analysis, Exploring John’s Gospel leads readers into an intellectual and spiritual debate in celebration of the power and genius of the Fourth Gospel.

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Colm Luibhéid is professor of classics at NUI, Galway.

7 3/8 x 9 3/4, 178 pages

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Exploring John’s Gospel: Reading, Interpretation, Knowledge

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