The Johannine Son of Man
Francis J. Moloney
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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Religion/Theologie
From the Reviews of the First Edition: "Fr. Moloney's study truly helps its readers appreciate the Johannization of the Son of Man title. By doing so the author offers not only deeper insights into the Fourth Gospel, but also a fuller appreciation of Him to whom the Fourth Gospel testifies." --The Downside Review "Certainly, Moloney's work is a major contribution to the discussion of the Johannine Son of Man, though it will be useful also to students of the Fourth Gospel in general." --Theologishe Zeitschrift "One will find Moloney's exegetical approach and results difficult to ignore or gainsay." --Catholic Biblical Quarterly "Here is a biblical scholar and his work of which the Australian Church can be justly proud." --The Australasian Catholic Record "Every New Testament specialist will welcome this important addition to the ongoing Son of Man discussion in general, and the light shed by this volume on the distinctively Johannine aspects of the question in particular." --The Expository Times "No recent work has squarely focused on the centrality of the Son of Man sayings for the Fourth Gospel. Moloney does just that, in a monograph that is unusually readable and direct, yet not lacking in erudition of scholarly care." --Interpretation "Moloney's work throughout exhibits a certain right-headedness in the face of some current trends. It is refreshing to be reminded of the evangelist's coherence and consistency, rather than of the complexity and obscurity of his sources." --Journal of Biblical Literature
The Johannine Son of Man, Biblical Studies, Biblical Criticism and Interpretation, Criticism and exegesis of sacred texts, Francis J. Moloney SDB, Biblical Reference, Christianity