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Annotated Bibliography of John

Annotated Bibliography of John

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Annotated Bibliography
Allen, Clifton J., General Editor.
 Luke-John. Broadman Bible Commentary, vol. 9.
ByWilliam E. Hull.
 Nashville: Broadman, 1970. This commentary series is a little moreliberal, but the author’s introductory remarks are extremely good. This work introducesreaders to some of the liberal theology that is prevalent in many commentaries.Brown, Colin, Editor.
 New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Vol. 1: A-F. Regency Reference Library.
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1986. S.V. “Faith,” by OMichel: 599-600. This article gives a good history of the usage of the Greek word,
and how this ties in to John’s usage of faith in the fourth gospel.Brown, Raymond.
 An Introduction To The New Testament, The Anchor Bible Reference Library.
 New York: Doubleday, 1997. This critical introduction to the New Testament iswritten from a Catholic perspective, although he does not always allow his Catholic background to cloud his thinking. This is a very scholarly work that gives a goodintroduction to each New Testament book (as well as great background information and bibliography).Buttrick, George Arthur, Ed.
The Interpreter’s Dictionary Of The Bible, E-J.
New York:Abingdon, 1962. S.V. “Faith, Faithfulness,” by E.C. Blackman: 222-234. This article isan excellent treatment of the concept of faith in the Old and New Testament, as well as inthe gospel of John.Carson, D.A.
The Gospel According To John, The Pillar New Testament Commentary.
Leicster, England; Grand Rapids: Apollos
1991. Carson’s commentary is an excellent,conservative commentary which defends the evangelical view of inspiration. Carsondoes a good job covering verse by verse and does not leave any stone unturned. __________. “Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel. After Dodd, What?” R.T.France & David Wenham, eds.,
Gospel Perspectives, Vol. 2: Studies of History and Tradition in the Four Gospels.
Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1981, pp 83-145. This articledeals with the history and interpretation of John’s Gospel.Cline, William S., Editor.
 John: “These Things Are Written That Ye Might Believe - Exegetical, Homiletical.Sixth Annual Firm Foundation Lectureship (ReidgedaleChurch of Christ, Chattanooga, TN, October 8-12, 1989).
Austin, TX: Firm Foundation,1989. This book, while I do not often endorse lectureship books, is a good treatment(from the perspective of well-respected preachers) of the Fourth Gospel. Each chapter of the book deals with a different chapter in the Fourth Gospel.Coffman, James Burton.
Commentary On John.
Austin, TX: Firm FoundationPublishing, 1974. Brother Coffman is one of the first preachers and scholars to produce agood, sound commentary on every book in the Canon. He gives good backgroundinformation on John. I like his commentary in that he quotes several sources (his
commentaries are useful in that a person has several books condensed into onecommentary).Eusebius.
 Ecclesiastial History.
rbedrosian.com/Eusebius/euch_menu.html. The work of the church historian Eusebius is a primary source in many of the Early Church Fatherswho speak concerning authorship of New Testament books.Fee, Gordon D. “On The Inauthenticity of John 5:3b-4.”
The Evangelical Quarterly.
54:4 (October/December 1982): 207-218. Fee’s article deals with the textual problems inthe miracle of the crippled man at the Pool of Siloam. Fee does a good job showing thatthe “addition” (which those who are familiar who use the K.J.V.) is a textual corruptionand gives some reasons how this may have crept into some manuscripts.Guthrie, Donald.
 New Testament Introduction, 3
Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsityPress, 1970. Although Guthries’ work is a bit older than Brown’s, he is still a standard agood source to turn to when studying any New Testament book. He has a good sectionon the writings of John and an extensive bibliography.Hauer, Christian E. and William A. Young.
 An Introduction To The Bible: A Journey IntoThree Worlds.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1986. This is a good book I onceused in teaching a class for Faulkner University. A little more moderate in their approach(written as a text book in college and university setting), filled with good backgroundinformation to the New Testament.Kostenberger, Andreas J.
“John’s Trinitarian Mission Theology.”
Southern BaptistJournal of Theology. 9.4 (2005): 14-33. Kostenberger’s article is a good treatment on thesubject of the Godhead (or Trinity) in the Fourth Gospel.Lightfoot, J.B. and J.R. Harmer, Ed.
The Apostolic Fathers: Revised Greek Texts with Introductions and English Translations.
Grand Rapids: Baker, Repr. 1984. This isanother good primary source for many of the Church Fathers who quote from the NewTestament (especially the gospels). There is also a section that deals with authorship of  New Testament writers.McLarty, Bruce.
 Journey of Faith: Walking With Jesus Through The Gospel of John.
Searcy, AR: Resource Publications, 1997. McLarty’s book is a homiletically commentaryon the Fourth Gospel. This book is a series of sermons he preached on the gospel of Johnseveral years ago. I like the way he ties the first century gospel with modern dayexamples.Orr, James, General Editor.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Vol. II.
Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1939. S.V. “Faith,” by Handley Dunelm: 1087-1088.Although this is an older Bible Dictionary, the article on faith is well written and the bibliography mentions some older works that are often quoted in standard works.Ridderbos, Herman.
The Gospel according to John: A Theological Commentary
,Translated by John Vriend. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997. A good treatment of John’s

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