1 3 John

Author by : Robert W. Yarbrough
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Description : A respected New Testament scholar offers a substantive commentary on the letters of John in the award-winning BECNT series.


John Koch

Author by : John Koch
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The Priority Of John

Author by : John A. T. Robinson
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Description : It has been the fate of many books on John to be left unfinished, for its interpretation naturally forms the crowning of a lifetime. I have myself been intending to write a book on the Fourth Gospel since the 'fifties, before I broke off (reluctantly) to be Bishop of Woolwich, though I am grateful now that I did not produce it prematurely at that time. It means however that I shall be compelled to refer to and often recapitulate material directly or indirectly related to the Johannine literature, which I have written over the years (some of it indeed while I was bishop). Many scholars in fact, if not most now, think that the author of the Gospel himself never lived to finish it and have seen the work as the product of numerous hands and redactors. As will become clear, I prefer to believe that the ancient testimony of the church is correct that John wrote it 'while still in the body' and that its roughnesses, self-corrections and failures of connection, real or imagined, are the result of its not having been smoothly or finally edited. If so I am in good company. At any rate who could wish for a better last testimony from his friends than that 'his witness is true' (John 21.24)? In other words, he got it right--historically and theologically. --from the Introduction At the time of his death in December 1983, John Robinson had completed the text of the book on which his 1984 Bampton lectures were to be based, so that it is possible to see the full details of his extremely controversial argument that the Gospel of John was the first Gospel to be written. Dr. Robinson himself once described the dawning of his conviction that this was the case as a 'Damascus Road experience', and his presentation of the evidence is made with all the customary vigor with which he would argue for something in which he deeply believed. The objections which need to be overcome to stand on its head what has long been one of the fundamental assumptions of New Testament scholarship are substantial, but here once again Dr. Robinson shows that so much of what is taken as established fact in that area is no more than preference and presumption. Certainly he will provoke rethinking on a whole series of topics, from the chronology of Jesus' ministry to the nature of his teaching. As The Listener said of the equally controversial Redating the New Testament: The greatest pleasure Dr. Robinson gives is purely intellectual. His book is a prodigious virtuoso exercise in inductive reasoning and an object lesson in the nature of historical argument and historical knowledge. This sequel equals, if not excels, its predecessor in those respects and is a fitting tribute to a brilliant New Testament scholar. The manuscript was prepared for publication by Dr. Chip Coakley, Dr Robinson's pupil, now Lecturer in Religious Studies in the University of Lancaster.


John Huston

Author by : Romano Tozzi
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Agricultural Sir John

Author by : Rosalind Mitchison
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Bulletin Of The John

Author by : Anonim
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John Hardin And His Wives

Author by : Margaret Smith Isaac
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Publisher by : Heritage Books
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Description : John Hardin was born 3 January 1826 in Henry County, Kentucky. His parents were Eli Paine Hardin (1796-1876) and Mary Vance (1796-1893). His family moved to Missouri in about 1838. He married Sarah Jane Hand, daughter of George Hand and Mahala Smith, 22 June 1852. They had five children. They moved to Colorado in 1864 and Sarah died in 1865. John married Sarah's half sister, Mahala Hand, daughter of George Hand and Sarah Shepherd, 13 November 1866 in Bethany, Missouri. They had eight children. He died 8 August 1911. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri and Colorado.


John Bailey 1864 1931

Author by : John Cann Bailey
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The Genius Of John Neal

Author by : John Neal
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Publisher by : Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
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Description : Although E.A. Poe had recognized the genius of John Neal (1793-1876) and although H.L. Mencken believed that Neal might have been the most important American literary critic of his time, his contribution to American literature has been overshadowed by the performances of those authors he blazed trails for - Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, and Mark Twain -. The first comprehensive Neal anthology reveals the dynamism by which, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, the USA started with their emancipation from the European literary tradition.


John Marshall And International Law

Author by : Frances Howell Rudko
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Publisher by : Praeger
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Description : Rudko examines the eight years prior to John Marshall's appointment to the Supreme Court, and argues that the knowledge he brought to his 80 Court opinions involving international law was obtained in these years. Four episodes are carefully detailed, covering Marshall's argument before the Supreme Court as debtors' counsel in the case against pre-Revolutionary British creditors; his role in representing the United States in a critical diplomatic mission to France; his time spent in the House of Representatives; and his direction of U.S. foreign policy as Secretary of State.


John Webb

Author by : Head of Architecture John Bold
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : A description of the architectural projects of John Webb, a pupil of Inigo Jones, in the context of contemporary theory, practice and expectations. The text also considers Webb's contribution to linguistic studies, as he was the first Englishman to write about the Chinese language.


John Milton

Author by : James Thorpe
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Description : "What was John Milton really like as a human being? What can we learn about his poems from seeing them in the context of the fundamental nature of their author? There is an intimate and complex relation between a close understanding of a poem and a deep understanding of its maker. This book explores that relation with respect to the writings and the nature of Milton. The "inner life" of this book is that mysterious world of motives, drives, and action that takes place within. It is where we establish and come to terms with our values, with our drives, and with our sense of self-esteem. It is where we mediate with the world outside of our selves, with the world of other human beings, and with the world of nature. It is where we face our most important crises and where we seek our ultimate guidance in resolving our crucial problems. These are the topics of this book. It offers a fresh and original way of thinking about Milton and his writings."--Book jacket.


John Dunn

Author by : Charles Ballard
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The New Testament Comes Alive

Author by : Oral Roberts
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John O Hara A Checklist

Author by : Matthew Joseph Bruccoli
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Publisher by : New York : Random House
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The Vestry Records Of The Parish Of St John The Evangelist Dublin 1595 1658

Author by : Raymond Gillespie
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Publisher by : Four Courts Press
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Description : The importance of parish records for the reconstruction of many aspects of past societies is becoming clear from research in other countries. Irish parochial records, however, have not survived well. This volume provides an edition of what is probably the most important set of vestry records in Ireland. The records of the parish of St John in Dublin form the oldest continuous set of vestry minutes, churchwardens' accounts and local taxation records in existence. Situated as the parish was in the core of the medieval city these documents provide a unique insight into the world of an urban parish in the throes of transition as Dublin moved from a medieval into a modern world. The text casts light not only on the problems of the established church but also on the everyday life of the parishioners as they struggled to maintain the church and the world associated with it in the face of dramatic urban change. This volume will be of interest not only to those concerned with Dublin and religious history but to everyone interested in urban change in the early modern world. This is the first volume in a new Text and Calendars series that aims to publish important records from the collections of the Representative Church Body Library, Dublin, which is the principal repository for the archives and manuscripts of the Church of Ireland.


John De Burdeus

Author by : David Murray
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John Pawson Works

Author by : Sudjic Deyan
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Publisher by : Phaidon Incorporated Limited
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Description : John Pawson is the foremost proponent of minimalism in architecture andesign. Already known to designers for his austere yet luxurious interiors,e has attained public acclaim for his high-profile retail projects such ashe Clavin Klein flagship store in New York, his celebrity clients likeartha Stewart as his book "Minimum".;This book features ten of Pawson'srojects, each one treated as a case study of the design process asxperienced by architect, client and critic.;The author seeks to make themotional and artistic content of John Pawson's work explicit through a closexamination of a range of different projects. Sudjic's text, aided bypecially-commissioned pictures, traces the design process, the architect'sorking methods and his philosophical approach. Sudjic considers thenteraction between architect and client, the way in which design isnfluenced by the processes of construction and making, and explores theature and significance of the finished scheme. This book is a record of Johnawson's developing approach to design and his unique position at the meeting


John Howard

Author by : John G. Rowe
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John Wain

Author by : Dale Salwak
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Publisher by : Boston : Twayne Publishers
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John Willis Theatre World

Author by : Anonim
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