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The Community That Raymond Brown Left Behind: Reflections on the Johannine Dialectical Situation





The preaching and teaching of the Beloved Disciple is taken to represent the constructive work of the Johannine Evangelist, whoever he might have been. And, the author of the Epistles—the Johannine Elder—is taken to be the compiler, who edited at least the final edition of the Johannine Gospel after the death of the Beloved Disciple.



See Also:

The John, Jesus and History Project - New Glimpses of Jesus and a Bi-Optic Hypothesis

Addressing the Johannine Riddles—A New Introduction

Acts 4:19-20—An Overlooked First-Century Clue to Johannine Authorship and Luke’s Dependence upon the Johannine Tradition

From Mainz to Marburg - A Diachronic Exchange with the Master of Diachronicity and A Bi-Optic Hypothesis



By Paul N. Anderson
George Fox University
Newberg, Oregon
September 2013


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