I Am in John's Gospel: Literary Function, Background and Theological Implications

@inproceedings{Ball1996IAI,
  title={I Am in John's Gospel: Literary Function, Background and Theological Implications},
  author={D. Ball},
  year={1996}
}
'I Am' in John's Gospel: Literary Function, Background and Theological Implications, by D. M. Ball. JSNTSup 124. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996. Pp. 309. L35.50/$52.00. As the author states in his Introduction, it has indeed been over fifty years since the study of the ego eimi sayings in the Fourth Gospel by E. Schweizer. Although many have studied these sayings since, it is an appropriate time for a new monograph-length study. It is this that Ball seeks to undertake and it is his… Expand
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