3 hours per week in semester 2, odd years
This subject studies the Gospel of John, covering introductory issues, and theology including topics such as Christology, pneumatology, eschatology, signs, and faith. Selected passages from the Gospel of John are exegeted and presented in class by students. Students will develop exegetical methodology, explore imagery and scriptural allusions, and consider the contemporary application of the text.
Classroom instruction and discussion; essay learning tasks
Gary M. Burge, Interpreting the Gospel of John (Grand Rapids, MIL Baker, 1992).
Gordon D. Fee, New Testament Exegesis (3rd ed.; Louisville, KY: WJK, 1983).
Andreas Kostenberger, John (Baker Academic, 2004).