|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-290) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Foreword (Helen K. Bond); Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction The Most Popular Story in the Gospels; Chapter One A History of Research on John 8.6, 8; Chapter Two Speaking of Writing:?ata??af? and??ap? in Hellenistic, Jewish, and New Testament Contexts; Chapter Three Writing and Gradations of Literacy; Chapter Four Scribal Literacy in the New Testament World: The Scribes (and Pharisees) as Text-Brokers; Chapter Five The Pericope Adulterae at John 7.53-8.11: The Location; Chapter Six The Pericope Adulterae at John 7.53-8.11: The Preceding Context of John 7.
|| This book offers a new interpretation and transmission history of the "Pericope Adulterae," arguing that the an interpolator placed the story at John 7.53-8.11 in order to highlight the claim that Jesus could write (John 8.6, 8) in light of a careful reading of John's Gospel.
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|| Print version record.