Communal Holiness in the Gospel of John Paperback

The Vine Metaphor as a Test Case with Lessons from African Hospitality and Trinitarian Theology

by Musa Kunene;

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Communal Holiness in the Gospel of John

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In this book the author contends that communal holiness is the central theme of the vine metaphor in John 15:1-17. Illumination of the Johannine vine metaphor is illustrated by drawing on background information on the vine and its metaphorical usage in the Ancient Near East, Old Testament, and Second Temple Period and to suggest understanding in light of the communal holiness of the covenant people of God. Comparing the themes of holiness and corporateness pertinent to the covenant the book also reflects the covenant with Israel in relation to John's understanding of the people of God. The notion of covenant, which embraces reference to the people of God as vine/vineyard in the Old Testament and Second Temple Period, underlies John's vine metaphor. The book focuses research on ANE viticulture to determine the context(s) of when the vine was used to refer to Israel in a covenant relationship with God. In this historical context the Johannine vine metaphor receive fresh meaning and relevance for the people of God.

Communal Holiness in the Gospel of John by Musa Kunene was published by Langham Creative Projects in June 2012. The ISBN for Communal Holiness in the Gospel of John is 9781907713231.

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Details for Communal Holiness in the Gospel of John

Page last updated 15th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLangham Creative Projects (June 2012)
Number of Pages266
Thickness14 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4040850
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