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by C. H. Dodd

ePub Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel download
Author:
C. H. Dodd
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978-0521291231
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0521291232
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Cambridge University Press (October 29, 1976)
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Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Memoir of C. H. Dodd in The Proceedings of the British Academy by G. B. Caird.

Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel. Kurt Erlemann (2005). In Bautz, Traugott (e. raphisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) (in German).

This critical and historical investigation of the most significant and original of books completes Dr Dodd's study of the Fourth Gospel. It is persuasive in the coherence of its results, as well as of absorbing interest in its working. It has been welcomed by all students of Christian origins as an important addition to our understanding of the earliest traditions about Jesus, and of the character of this Gospel. Cambridge University Press, 23 сент.

Cambridge Core - Biblical Studies - New Testament - Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel - by C. .This critical and historical investigation of the most significant and original of books completes Dr Dodd's study of the Fourth Gospel

Cambridge Core - Biblical Studies - New Testament - Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel - by C. Dodd. This critical and historical investigation of the most significant and original of books completes Dr Dodd's study of the Fourth Gospel.

This critical and historical investigation of the most significant and original of books completes the study of the Fourth Gospel which Dr Dodd began with "The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel. It is persuasive in the coherence of its results, as well as of absorbing interest in its working

This critical and historical investigation of the most significant and original of books completes the study of the Fourth Gospel which Dr Dodd began with "The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel.

The book falls into three parts. I assume here that the tradition which associates the Fourth Gospel with Ephesus is to be accepted. In the first part I have surveyed some important sections of the field in which the thought of the Fourth Gospel has its background. In the second part, assuming this background, I have attempted to define, with such degree of precision as I could compass, some of the dominant concepts with which the evangelist operates. The fact is that the Fourth Gospel belongs only in part to the same class with the Synoptics.

To distinguish between history and interpretation is difficult in all the gospels, and perhaps most difficult in the Fourth Gospel. In his sequel to The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel, Dr Dodd attempts, with the historical question in mind, to discover the particular strain of common tradition on which the unknown author worked.

The interpretation of the fourth gospel. Book, Online - Google Books. Dodd, C. (Charles Harold), 1884-1973. Historical tradition in the Fourth Gospel, by . The background of the fourth gospel, by C. Cambridge : University Press. The interpretation of the fourth gospel, by . Dodd University Press Cambridge 1953. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1953, The interpretation of the fourth gospel, by . Dodd University Press Cambridge. Find in other libraries.

typical of a fairly broad consensus that attributes to Dodd’s Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel (hereafter HTFG) a turning point in the history of johannine criticism.

H. Dodd in his great work, Historical Tradition and (sic) the Fourth Gospel, has carried out a systematic examination as a result of which he concludes that behind this Gospel there lies a very ancient tradition, quite independent of that embodied in the Synoptic Gospels. It is difficult to go through such a sustained examination and still regard John as having little concern for history. typical of a fairly broad consensus that attributes to Dodd’s Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel (hereafter HTFG) a turning point in the history of johannine criticism. I had at one time thought of adding a fourth part dealing with the relation of the Fourth Gospel to the historical tradition of early Christianity. This, however, does not seem to fall well within the main intention of the book, which in any case was tending to excessive length, and I have decided to reserve that topic.

Between C. s'Dodd two landmark magna opera on John, addressing the religious background behind and the historical tradition within the Fourth Gospel (1953; 1963), Raymond Brown published several essays in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, later appearing in his Ne. s'Dodd two landmark magna opera on John, addressing the religious background behind and the historical tradition within the Fourth Gospel (1953; 1963), Raymond Brown published several essays in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, later appearing in his New Testament Essays. In doing so, Brown picks up where the appendix to Dodd's first major work left off - the central subject that Dodd expanded in his second volume

To distinguish between history and interpretation is difficult in all the gospels, and perhaps most difficult in the Fourth Gospel. In his sequel to The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel, Dr Dodd attempts, with the historical question in mind, to discover the particular strain of common tradition on which the unknown author worked. This detailed study of St John's Gospel is in two parts. In the first Dr Dodd examines the narrative material - the Passion narrative, the Ministry and the chapters on John the Baptist and the first disciples - and in the second he makes a detailed examination of the Sayings. As against theories which assert the dependence of the Fourth Gospel on one or more of the Synoptic Gospels, Dr Dodd marshals a mass of evidence to show that behind it there lies an ancient tradition independent of the Synoptic Gospels, deserving serious consideration as a contribution to our knowledge of the historical facts concerning Christ. This critical and historical investigation of the most significant and original of books completes Dr Dodd's study of the Fourth Gospel. It is persuasive in the coherence of its results, as well as of absorbing interest in its working. It has been welcomed by all students of Christian origins as an important addition to our understanding of the earliest traditions about Jesus, and of the character of this Gospel.
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