It must be with more than his usual trepidation that the exegete picks his way over this particularly dangerous spot of the mined terrain of the Fourth Gospel; the casualties have been heavy here, and there is much uncertainty…1
I’m preparing my phd proposal so I am neck deep in the Gospel of John… for it to be such a curious and dangerous Gospel, there sure are a lot of writings available about it.
- Why did the Apostle John refer to himself as, “the disciple whom Jesus loved,”? (jkinak04.wordpress.com)
- John’s Gospel: The Way it Happened — Review (bobcornwall.com)
- Joseph Blenkinsopp, “John VII.38-39: Another Note of the Notorious Crux,” NTS 6 (1959): 95 ↩