A brief bibliography on John’s Gospel – Your help needed

Your additions are always helpful. I have a copy of other additions I found from the defunct Johanne Studies website, but haven’t combined the list just yet.

See, scholarship is not just appending two leTTers to your name and pretending you maTTer. It involves work.


Allen, David M. Deuteronomy & Exhortation in Hebrews: A Study in Re-presentation. Coronet Books, 2008.

Anderson, Paul N., Felix Just, and Tom Thatcher, eds. John, Jesus, and History, Volume 1: Critical Appraisals of Critical Views. First Edition. Society of Biblical Literature, 2007.
Anderson, Prof Paul. Riddles of the Fourth Gospel: An Introduction To John. Fortress Press, 2011.
Ashton, John. Understanding the Fourth Gospel. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press, USA, 2009.
Attridge, Harold W. Essays on John and Hebrews. Reprint. Baker Academic, 2012.
———. “Genre Bending in the Fourth Gospel.” Journal of Biblical Literature 121, no. 1 (April 1, 2002): 3–21. doi:10.2307/3268328.
Aune, David Edward. The Cultic Setting of Realized Eschatology in Early Christianity. No Statement of Edition. Brill, 1972.
Bailey, John Amedee. The Traditions Common to the Gospels of Luke and John. First. E.J. Brill, 1963.
Barrett, C. Kingsley. The Gospel According to St. John, Second Edition: An Introduction With Commentary and Notes on the Greek Text. 2nd ed. Westminster John Knox Press, 1978.
Barth, Karl. Witness to the Word: A Commentary on John 1. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2003.
Barton, Stephen C., Loren T. Stuckenbruck, and Benjamin G. Wold, eds. Memory In The Bible & Antiquity: The Fifth Durham-Tubingen Research Symposium; Durham, September 2004. Mohr Siebeck, 2007.
Bauckham, Richard. Testimony of the Beloved Disciple, The: Narrative, History, and Theology in the Gospel of John. Baker Academic, 2007.
Bauckham, Richard, and Carl Mosser, eds. The Gospel of John and Christian Theology. Eerdmans Pub Co, 2008.
Beasley-Murray, George R. Word Biblical Commentary Vol. 36, John. 2nd ed. Thomas Nelson, 1999.
Bennema, Cornelis. Encountering Jesus: Character Studies in the Gospel of John. Paternoster, 2009.
Beutler, Johannes. Judaism and the Jews in the Gospel of John. Gregorian Biblical BookShop, 2006.
Bieringer, Reimund, Didier Pollefeyt, and Frederique Vandecasteele-Vanneuville. Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel. 1st ed. Westminster John Knox Press, 2001.
Bird, Michael F., and Jason Maston, eds. Earliest Christian History: History, Literature & Theology, 2012.
Boismard, M.-E. Moses or Jesus. An Essay in Johannine Christology. Translated by B.T. Viviano. Peeters, 1993.
Borchert, Gerald L. The New American Commentary Volume 25 B – John 12-21. Holman Reference, 2002.
———. The New American Commentary Volume 25A – John I-II. Holman Reference, 1996.
Borgen, Peder. Bread from Heaven: An Exegetical Study of the Concept of Manna in the Gospel of John and the Writings of Philo. First Edition. E. J. Brill, 1965.
———. Early Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism. Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2000.
Braulik, Georg. “Law as Gospel: Justification and Pardon According to the Deuteronomic Torah.” Interpretation 38 (1984): 5–14.
Brodie, Thomas L. The Gospel According to John: A Literary and Theological Commentary. Oxford University Press, USA, 1997.
———. The Quest for the Origin of John’s Gospel: A Source-Oriented Approach. Oxford University Press, USA, 1993.
Brown, Raymond E. The Death of the Messiah, From Gethsemane to the Grave, Volume 1: A Commentary on the Passion Narratives in the Four Gospels. 1st ed. Yale University Press, 1998.
———. The Death of the Messiah, From Gethsemane to the Grave, Volume 2: A Commentary on the Passion Narratives in the Four Gospels. 1st ed. Yale University Press, 1998.
Brown, Raymond E., and Francis J. Moloney S.D.B. An Introduction to the Gospel of John. 1st ed. Yale University Press, 2003.
Brown, Raymond Edward. The Community of the Beloved Disciple: The Life, Loves and Hates of an Individual Church in New Testament Times. Edition Unstated. Paulist Press, 1978.
Brunson, Andrew C. Psalm 118 in the Gospel of John: An Intertextual Study on the New Exodus Pattern in the Theology of John. Coronet Books, 2003.
Burridge, Richard A. Imitating Jesus: And Inclusive Approach to New Testament Ethics. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2007.
Bynum, Wm Randolph. The Fourth Gospel and the Scriptures: Illuminating the Form and Meaning of Scriptural Citation in John 19:37. Brill Academic Publishers, 2012.
Carson, D. A. The Gospel According to John. William B Eerdman Co, 1991.
Carson, D. A., and G. K. Beale, eds. Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. Baker Academic, 2007.
Carson, D. A., and Hugh Godfrey Maturin Williamson, eds. It Is Written: Scripture Citing Scripture: Essays in Honour of Barnabas Lindars, SSF. Reissue. Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Casey, Maurice. From Jewish Prophet to Gentile God. First Edition. Ingram Publisher Services, 2001.
———. Is John’s Gospel True? Routledge, 1996.
Charlesworth, James H., Raymond E. Brown, James L. Price, A. R. C. Leaney, A. Jaubert, Gilles Quispel, Marie-Emile Boismard, and William H. Brownlee. John and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Herder & Herder / The Crossroad Publishing Company, 1990.
Chilton, Bruce. Redeeming Time: The Wisdom of Ancient Jewish and Christian Festal Calendars. First Printing. Hendrickson Pub, 2002.
Coloe, Mary L. God Dwells with Us. The Liturgical Press, 2001.
Coloe, Mary L., and Tom Thatcher. John, Qumran, and the Dead Sea Scrolls: Sixty Years of Discovery and Debate. Edited by Mary L. Coloe and Tom Thatcher. Bilingual. Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
Cribbs, F. Lamar. “A Reassessment of the Date of Origin and the Destination of the Gospel of John.” Journal of Biblical Literature 89, no. 1 (March 1, 1970): 38–55. doi:10.2307/3263637.
Crowe, Brandon D. The Obedient Son: Deuteronomy and Christology in the Gospel of Matthew. Walter de Gruyter, 2012.
Cullmann, Oscar. Early Christian Worship. SCM Press, 2012.
Culpepper, R. Alan. Anatomy of the Fourth Gospel. 1St Edition. Fortress Press, 1983.
———. John the Son of Zebedee. Fortress Press, 1993.
Culpepper, R. Alan, and C. Clifton Black, eds. Exploring the Gospel of John: In Honor of D. Moody Smith. Westminster John Knox Press, 1996.
Culpepper, R. Alan, and Fernando F. Segovia, eds. Semeia 53: The Fourth Gospel from a Literary Perspective. Society of Biblical Literature, 1991.
Daise, Michael A. Feasts in John: Jewish Festivals and the Jesus’ “Hour” in the Fourth Gospel. Mohr Siebeck, 2007.
———. “‘If Anyone Thirsts, Let That One Come to Me and Drink’: The Literary Texture of John 7:37b-38a.” Journal of Biblical Literature 122, no. 4 (December 1, 2003): 687–699. doi:10.2307/3268072.
Daly-Denton, Margaret. David in the Fourth Gospel: The Johannine Reception of the Psalms. Brill Academic Pub, 1999.
Dennis, John A. Jesus’ Death and the Gathering of True Israel: The Johannine Appropriation of Restoration Theology in the Light of John 11.47-52, 2006.
Dodd, C. H. Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel. Cambridge University Press, 1976.
Donne, Anthony Le, ed. The Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture: Reconsidering 1 Peter’s Commands to Wives. T & T Clark International, 2012.
Evans, C. A., and W. R. Stegner. The Gospels and the Scriptures of Israel. JSNT Supplement Series 104, Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity 3. Sheffield, UK: JSOT Press, 1994.
Evans, Craig A. Gospels and the Scriptures of Israel. Sheffield Academic Press, 1994.
Fishbane, Michael. Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel. Oxford University Press, USA, 1989.
———. Biblical Text and Texture: A Literary Reading of Selected Texts. Oneworld, 1998.
Freed, Edwin D. Old Testament Quotations in the Gospel of John. E.J. Brill, 1965.
Frey, Jorg, Jan G. Van Der Watt, and Ruben Zimmermann, eds. Imagery in the Gospel of John: Terms, Forms, Themes and Theology of Johannine Figurative Language (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen Zum Neuen Testament). Bilingual, 2006.
Freyne, Sean. Galilee, Jesus and the Gospels: Literary Approaches and Historical Investigations. Fortress Press ed. Fortress Pr, 1988.
Fuglseth, Kare Sigvald. Johannine Sectarianism in Perspective: A Sociological, Historical, and Comparative Analysis of Temple and Social Relationships in the Gospel of John, … … Qumran. Brill Academic Pub, 2005.
Gamble, Harry Y. The New Testament Canon: Its Making and Meaning. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2002.
Gathercole, Simon. The Composition of the Gospel of Thomas. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Girard, Marc. “La Structure Heptapartite Du Quatrième Évangile.” Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses 5, no. 4 (March 1, 1976): 350–359. doi:10.1177/000842987500500403.
Glasson, T. F. Moses in the Fourth Gospel. Wipf & Stock Pub, 2009.
Goppelt, Mr Leonhard. Typos: The Typological Interpretation of the Old Testament in the New. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1982.
Gordley, Matthew. “The Johannine Prologue and Jewish Didactic Hymn Traditions: A New Case for Reading the Prologue as a Hymn.” Journal of Biblical Literature 128, no. 4 (December 1, 2009): 781–802. doi:10.2307/25610219.
Grant, Robert M. “The Origin of the Fourth Gospel.” Journal of Biblical Literature 69, no. 4 (December 1, 1950): 305–322. doi:10.2307/3261383.
Grayston, Kenneth. The Gospel of John. Trinity Pr Intl, 1990.
Green, William S. Approaches to Ancient Judaism: Volume 5, Studies in Judaism and Its Greco-Roman Context. University Of South Florida, 1978.
Guilding, A. The Fourth Gospel and Jewish Worship. Oxford Clarendon Press, 1960.
Haenchen, Ernst. John 1 (Hermeneia: A Critical & Historical Commentary on the Bible). Translated by Robert Walter Funk. Fortress Press, 1988.
———. John 2: A Commentary on the Gospel of John, Chapters 7-21 (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible). Fortress Pr, 1984.
Hanson, Anthony. The Prophetic Gospel: Study of John and the Old Testament. T&T Clark, 2006.
Harnack, Adolf. The Origin of the New Testament. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2004.
Harrill, J. Albert. “Cannibalistic Language in the Fourth Gospel and Greco-Roman Polemics of Factionalism (John 6:52-66).” Journal of Biblical Literature 127, no. 1 (April 1, 2008): 133–158. doi:10.2307/25610110.
Hengel, Martin. Johannine Question. Translated by J. Bowden. SCM Press, 1990.
Hubner, Hans, Antje Labahn, and Michael Labahn. Evangelium Secundum Iohannem. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2003.
Hylen, Susan. Allusion and Meaning in John 6. Walter de Gruyter, 2005.
Jr, Gary T. Manning. Echoes of a Prophet: The Use of Ezekiel in the Gospel of John and in Literature of the Second Temple Period. 1st ed. T&T Clark, 2004.
Kazen, Thomas. “The Christology of Early Christian Practice.” Journal of Biblical Literature 127, no. 3 (October 1, 2008): 591–614. doi:10.2307/25610141.
Keener, Craig S. The Gospel of John, Volume One & Volume Two. Reprint. Baker Academic, 2010.
Kelly, Douglas. The Conspiracy of Allusion : Description, Rewriting, and Authorship from Macrobius to Medieval Romance. Brill Academic Pub, 1999.
Knight, Mark. “Wirkungsgeschichte, Reception History, Reception Theory.” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 33, no. 2 (December 1, 2010): 137–146. doi:10.1177/0142064X10385858.
Koester, Craig R. Symbolism in the Fourth Gospel: Meaning, Mystery, Community. Fortress Pr, 1995.
Kostenberger, Andreas J. A Theology of John’s Gospel and Letters: The Word, the Christ, the Son of God. 1st ed. Zondervan, 2009.
Kruse, Colin G. The Gospel According to John: An Introduction and Commentary. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2004.
Kysar, Robert. John, the Maverick Gospel, Third Edition. 3rd ed. Westminster John Knox Press, 2007.
Lacomara, Aelred. “Deuteronomy and the Farewell Discourse (Jn 13:31-16:33).” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 36, no. 1 (Ja 1974): 65–84.
Lapin, Hayim. Rabbis as Romans: The Rabbinic Movement in Palestine, 100-400 CE. Oxford University Press, USA, 2012.
Di Lella, Alexander A. “The Deuteronomic Background of the Farewell Discourse in Tob 14:3-11.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 41 (1979): 380–389.
Lierman, John, ed. Challenging Perspectives on the Gospel of John, 2006.
Lincicum, D. “Paul’s Engagement with Deuteronomy : Snapshots and Signposts.” Currents in Biblical Research 7, no. 1 (2008): 37–67.
Lincicum, David. Paul and the Early Jewish Encounter with Deuteronomy. Baker Academic, 2013.
Lindars, Barnabas. New Century Bible Commentary the Gospel. New edition. Eerdmans, Wm B Pub Co, 1981.
———. New Testament Apologetic. Study ed. SCM-Canterbury Press Ltd, 1973.
Macdonald, Nathan. Deuteronomy & the Meaning of  ’Monotheism. Mohr Siebeck, 2003.
Malina, Bruce J., and Richard L. Rohrbaugh. Social Science Commentary on the Gospel of John. Fortress Press, 1998.
Manser, Martin H. The Facts on File Dictionary of Allusions. Edited by David H. Pickering. Checkmark Books, 2009.
Mark, G. “Jesus ‘Was Close to the Authorities’ : The Historical Background of a Talmudic Pericope.” Journal of Theological Studies 60, no. 2 (2009): 437–466.
Martyn, J. Louis. History and Theology in the Fourth Gospel, Revised and Expanded. 3rd ed. Westminster John Knox Press, 2003.
McCaffrey, James M. The House with Many Rooms: The Temple Theme of Jn 14:2-3 (Anelecta Biblica). Biblical Institute Press, 1988.
McCasland, S. Vernon. “Signs and Wonders.” Journal of Biblical Literature 76, no. 2 (June 1, 1957): 149–152. doi:10.2307/3261285.
McGrath, James F. John’s Apologetic Christology: Legitimation and Development in Johannine Christology. Cambridge University Press, 2001.
McKnight, Scot, John K. Riches, William Telford, and Christopher M. Tuckett. The Synoptic Gospels. 1st ed. T&T Clark, 2001.
Meagher, John C. “John 1:14 and the New Temple.” Journal of Biblical Literature 88, no. 1 (March 1, 1969): 57–68. doi:10.2307/3262833.
Meeks, Wayne A. Prophet-King: Moses Traditions and the Johannine Christology. E.J. Brill, 1967.
Menken, Maarten J. J. Deuteronomy in the New Testament: The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel. Edited by Steve Moyise. 1st ed. Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2007.
———. Old Testament Quotations in the Fourth Gospel: Studies in Textual Form. Peeters Publishers, 1996.
Michaels, J. Ramsey. The Gospel of John. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2010.
Mlakuzhyil, George. Christocentric Literary Structure of 4th Gospel. Loyola Pr, 1987.
Moloney, F. J. “The Gospel of John as Scripture.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 67, no. 3 (2005): 454–468.
Moloney, Francis J. “The Gospel of John: The ‘End’ of Scripture.” Interpretation 63, no. 4 (October 1, 2009): 356–366. doi:10.1177/002096430906300403.
Moloney, Francis J., and Daniel J. Harrington. The Gospel of John. Michael Glazier, 1998.
Morris, Leon. The Gospel According to John. Revised. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1995.
Moyise, Steve. Jesus and Scripture: Studying the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. Reprint. Baker Academic, 2011.
———. , ed. The Old Testament in the New Testament: Essays in Honour of J.L. North. 1st ed. T&T Clark, 2000.
Myers, Alicia D. Characterizing Jesus: A Rhetorical Analysis on the Fourth Gospel’s Use of Scripture in Its Presentation of Jesus. 1st ed. T&T Clark, 2012.
Neusner, Jacob. Sifre Deuteronomy. University Of South Florida, 1987.
Neyrey, Jerome H. The Gospel of John. 1st ed. Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Nohrnberg, James. Like Unto Moses: The Constituting of an Interruption. Indiana University Press, 1995.
Orton, David E. The Composition of John’s Gospel: Selected Studies from Novum Testamentum. Brill Academic Pub, 1999.
Pancaro, Severino. The Law in the Fourth Gospel: The Torah and the Gospel, Moses and Jesus, Judaism and Christianity According to John. Brill Academic Pub, 1975.
Parsenios, George L. Departure and Consolation: The Johannine Farewell Discourses in Light of Greco-Roman Literature. 1St Edition. Brill Academic Pub, 2005.
Pate, C. Marvin. Communities of the Last Days : The Dead Sea Scrolls, the New Testament & the Story of Israel. First Edition. InterVarsity Press, 2000.
Petersen, Norman R. The Gospel of John and the Sociology of Light: Language and Characterization in the Fourth Gospel. Trinity Press, 1993.
Phillips, Peter. The Prologue of the Fourth Gospel: A Sequential Reading. 1st ed. T&T Clark, 2006.
Pucci, Joseph Michael. The Full-Knowing Reader: Allusion and the Power of the Reader in the Western Literary Tradition. Yale University Press, 1998.
Reinhartz, Adele. Befriending The Beloved Disciple: A Jewish Reading of the Gospel of John. 1ST ed. Continuum, 2001.
Reynolds, Benjamin E. The Apocalyptic Son of Man in the Gospel of John, 2008.
Robinson, John A. T. The Priority of John. Edited by J. F. Coakley. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2011.
Ronning, John. Jewish Targums and John’s Logos Theology, The. Baker Academic, 2010.
Roth, W. “Scriptural Coding in the Fourth Gospel.” Biblical Research 32 (1987): 6–29.
Salier, Willis Hedley. Rhetorical Impact of the Semeia in the Gospel of John. Paul Mohr Verlag, 2004.
Segovia, Fernando, ed. What Is John? Readers and Readings in the Fourth Gospel, Vol. 1. Society of Biblical Literature, 1996.
Setzer, Claudia J. Jewish Responses To Early Christians. 1st Edition / 1st Printing. Fortress Press, 1994.
Skinner, Christopher W. John and Thomas: Gospels in Conflict?: Johannine Characterization and the Thomas Question. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2009.
Sloyan, Gerard Stephen. What Are They Saying About John? Revised. Paulist Pr, 2006.
Smith, D. Moody. John Among the Gospels. 2nd ed. University of South Carolina Press, 2001.
Smith, Dwight Moody. The Theology of the Gospel of John. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Staley, Jeffrey Lloyd. The Print’s First Kiss: A Rhetorical Investigation of the Implied Reader in the Fourth Gospel. Society of Biblical Literature, 1988.
Suid-Afrika, Nuwe-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap van. Essays on the Jewish Background of the Fourth Gospel : . N.T.W.S.A., 1973.
Thatcher, Tom. The Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture. Edited by Anthony Le Donne. 1st ed. Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2011.
———. What We Have Heard From the Beginning: The Past, Present and Future of Johannine Studies. Edited by Tom Thatcher. Baylor University Press, 2007.
———. Why John Wrote a Gospel: Jesus–Memory–History. Westminster John Knox Press, 2005.
Therath, Antony. Jerusalem in the Gospel of John: An Exegetical and Theological Inquiry into Johannine Geography. Intercultural Publications, 1999.
Thettayil, B. In Spirit and Truth: An Exegetical Study of John 4:19-26 and a Theological Investigation of the Replacement Theme in the Fourth Gospel y B. Thettayil. Peeters, 2007.
Thomas, John Christopher. “The Fourth Gospel and Rabbinic Judaism.” Zeitschrift Für Die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft Und Die Kunde Der Älteren Kirche 82, no. 3–4 (1991). doi:10.1515/zntw.1991.82.3-4.159.
Thompson, Marianne Meye. The God of the Gospel of John. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2001.
Trumbower, Jeffrey A. Born from Above: The Anthropology of the Gospel of John. J.C.B. Mohr, 1992.
Tuckett, C. Feasts and Festivals. Contributions to Biblical Exegesis and Theology 53. Leuven: Peeters, 2009.
Varghese, Johns. The Imagery of Love in the Gospel of John. Gregorian Biblical BookShop, 2009.
Waters, G. The End of Deuteronomy in the Epistles of Paul. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen Zum Neuen Testament, 2. Reihe 221. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006.
Watson, Alan. Jesus and the Jews: The Pharisaic Tradition in John. First Edition. Univ of Georgia Pr, 1995.
Watson, Francis. Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2013.
———. Paul and the Hermeneutics of Faith. 1st ed. T&T Clark, 2004.
Weingreen, J. From Bible to Mishna: The Continuity of Tradition. Manchester University Press, 1976.
Westermann, Claus. The Gospel of John in Light of Old Testament. Translated by Siegfried S. Schatzmann. Hendrickson Publishers, 1998.
Whitacre, Rodney A. John. IVP Academic, 2010.
Wickham, Chris, and James J. Fentress. Social Memory: New Perspectives on the Past. ACLS Humanities E-Book, 2008.
Winsor, Ann Roberts. A King Is Bound in the Tresses: Allusions to the Song of Songs in the Fourth Gospel. Peter Lang Publishing, 1999.
Winter, M. Das Vermächtnis Jesu Und Die Abschiedsworte Der Väter : Gattungsgeschichtliche Untersuchung Der Vermächtnisrede Im Blick Auf Joh. 13–17. Forschungen Zur Religion Und Literatur Des Alten Und Neuen Testaments 161. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1994.
Young, Franklin W. “A Study of the Relation of Isaiah to the Fourth Gospel.” Zeitschrift Für Die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft Und Die Kunde Der Älteren Kirche 46, no. 3–4 (1955): 215–233. doi:10.1515/zntw.1955.46.3-4.215.

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16 Replies to “A brief bibliography on John’s Gospel – Your help needed”

  1. Here are some from the syllabus of my grad seminar in Johannine Literature that you seem to have missed. I especially recommend the sources by Aune, Cullmann, Ronning, Fueillet, Heil, Kerr, Maloney, and Schneiders. These each offer fascinating perspectives you won’t find elsewhere.

    Hope this is helpful!

    Akin, Daniel L. 1, 2, 3 John. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2001.

    Aune, David. The Cultic Setting of Realized Eschatology in Early Christianity. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 28. Leiden: Brill, 1972.

    Barrett, C. K. The Gospel According to St. John, 2nd edition. Westminster, 1978.

    Bauckham, Richard. The Testimony of the Beloved Disciple: Narrative, History, and Theology in the. Gospel of John. Grand Rapids: Baker
    Academic, 2007.

    ___. “The Audience of the Fourth Gospel.” Pages 101–111 in Jesus in Johannine Tradition. R. Fortna and T. Thatcher, eds. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001.

    ___, ed. The Gospels for All Christians. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998.

    Beasley-Murray, G.R. John. Word Biblical Commentary. Word, 1987.

    Benedict XVI. “The Principal Images of John’s Gospel.” Pages 218–286 in Jesus of Nazareth, vol. 1. New York: Doubleday, 2007.

    Borgen, Peder. Bread from Heaven: An Exegetical Study of the Concept of Manna in the Gospel of John and the Writings of Philo. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 10. Leiden: Brill, 1965.

    Brown, Raymond. The Death of the Messiah: From Gethsemane to the Grave, A Commentary on the Passion Narratives of the Four Gospels. New York: Doubleday, 1994.

    ___. The Epistles of John. Anchor Bible. Garden City: Doubleday, 1982.

    ___. “The Johannine Sacramentary.” Pages 51–76 in New Testament Essays. Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Co., 1965.

    Bruce, F. F. The Epistles of John: Introduction, Exposition, and Notes. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1979.

    ___. The Epistles of John. Old Tappan, NJ: F. H. Revell, 1971.

    Bultmann, Rudolf. The Gospel of John – A Commentary. Westminster, 1971.

    Canales, Arthur D. “A Rebirth of Being ‘Born Again’: Theological, Sacramental and Pastoral Reflections from a Roman Catholic Perspective.” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 11:1 (2002): 98–119.

    Celsor, Scott. “The Human Response in the Creation and Formation of Faith: A Narrative Analysis of John 12:20–50 and its Application to the Doctrine of Justification.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 30 (2008): 115–35.

    Charlesworth, James H. “The Historical Jesus in the Fourth Gospel: A Paradigm Shift?,” Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 8 (2010): 3–46.

    Chennattu, Rekha M. Johannine Discipleship as a Covenant Relationship. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2006.

    Coloe, Mary L. “Temple Imagery in John.” Interpretation 63 (2009): 368–81

    ___. “Witness and Friend: Symbolism Associated with John the Baptiser,” in Pages 319–32 in J. Frey, J. G. van der Watt, and R. Zimmermann, eds. Imagery in the Gospel of John: Terms, Forms, Themes, and Theology of Johannine Figurative Language. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006.

    Court, John. The Book of Revelation and the Johannine Apocalyptic Tradition. JSNT Supp. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000.

    Cullmann, Oscar. Early Christian Worship. London, 1953

    Culpepper, R. Alan. John, the Son of Zebedee: The Life of a Legend. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1993; Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2000.

    ___. The Johannine Literature: With an Introduction by R. A. Culpepper. Sheffield New Testament Guides. Sheffield:
    Sheffield Academic Press, 2000.

    ___. The Gospel and the Letters of John. Nashville: Abingdon, 1998.

    ___. “Designs for the Church in the Imagery of John 21:1–14.” Pages 369–402 in J. Frey, J. G. van der Watt, and R. Zimmermann, eds. Imagery in the Gospel of John: Terms, Forms, Themes, and Theology of Johannine Figurative Language. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006.

    Dauphinais, Michael, and Matthew Levering, eds. Reading John with St. Thomas Aquinas: Theological Exegesis and Speculative Theology. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005.

    de la Potterie, Ignace. The Hour of Jesus: The Passion and the Resurrection of Jesus according to John. New York: Alba House, 1989.

    Dennis, John. “Restoration in John 11,47–52: Reading the Key Motifs in Their Jewish Context.” Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 81/1 (2005): 57–86.

    Dewey, Arthur F. “The Eyewitness of History: Visionary Consciousness in the Fourth Gospel.” Pages 59–70 in Jesus in Johannine Tradition. R. Fortna and T. Thatcher, eds. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001.

    Dodd, C. H. The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1953.

    Emery, Gilles. “Biblical Exegesis and Speculative Doctrine of the Trinity in St. Thomas Aquinas’ Commentary on St. John.” Pages 23–61 in Reading John with St. Thomas Aquinas: Theological Exegesis and Speculative Theology. Edited by Michael Dauphinais and Matthew Levering. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America, 2005.

    Evans, Craig A. Word and Glory: On the Exegetical and Theological Background of John’s Prologue. JSNTSup 89. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993.

    Farelly, Nicolas. “John 2:23-25 : What Kind of Faith is This?.” Presbyterion 30/1 (2004): 37–45.

    Fueillet, André. Johannine Studies. New York: Alba House, 1965.

    ___. The Priesthood of Christ and His Ministers. New York: Doubleday, 1975.

    Fortna, Robert T. and Thatcher, Tom, eds. Jesus in Johannine Tradition. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001.

    Guyette, Frederick. “Sacramentality in the Fourth Gospel: Conflicting Interpretations.” Ecclesiology 3.2 (2007): 235–250.

    Hahn, Scott W. “Temple, Sign and Sacrament: Towards a New Perspective on the Gospel of John.” Letter & Spirit 4 (2008): 107–43.

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  2. You’re missing one of the greatest articles ever: John C. Poirier, “’Day and Night’ and the Punctuation of John 9:3.” in *New Testament Studies* 42 (1996) 288-94.

      1. Maybe so, but whoever he was, scripture proves he could not have been John.

        And citing all the non-Bible sources and traditions of men (i.e. blind following the blind) in the world cannot overcome the facts in the biblical record that prove the John tradition is unbiblical. But, as Jesus said, wisdom is justified of her children, so proponents of the man-made tradition will no doubt persist.

        1. Oh? So when the author of the Pastorals quoted Greek poets that was what? Or when the Gospel writers used non-canonical material, that was what?

          Sorry, no fundamentalism allowed

  3. Some shameless self-reference:

    Ruth Sheridan, Retelling Scripture: The Jews and the Scriptural Citations in John 1:19-12:15 (BINS 110; Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2012). Also, idem., “Identity, Alterity and the Gospel of John,” Biblical Interpretation 22, no. 2 (2014): 188-209.

    “Jewish Readings of the Fourth Gospel: Beyond the Pale?” in Bible, Borders, Belongings: Engaging Readings from Oceania (Pages 93-108; edited by Jione Havea, David Neville and Elaine Wainwright; Semeia Studies; Atlanta, GA: SBL, 2014).

    “Issues in the Translation of Hoi Ioudaioi in the Fourth Gospel,” Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 3 (2013): 671-696.

    “The Gospel of John and Modern Genre Theory: The Farewell Discourse (John 13-17) as a Test Case.” Irish Theological Quarterly 75, no. 3 (2010): 287-299.

    “The Paraclete and Jesus in the Johannine Farewell Discourse.” Pacifica 20, no. 2 (2007): 125-141.

    You really don’t have many women on your list. See also Alicia Myers…? Dorothy Lee…? Mary Spaulding. Sandra Schneiders, could go on…

    Thanks mate.

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