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Lifted up and glorified: Isaiah's servant language in the Gospel of John

@inproceedings{Day2016LiftedUA,
  title={Lifted up and glorified: Isaiah's servant language in the Gospel of John},
  author={A. Day},
  year={2016}
}
  • A. Day
  • Published 2016
  • Philosophy
LIFTED UP AND GLORIFIED: ISAIAH’S SERVANT LANGUAGE IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN Adam Warner Day, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016 Supervisor: Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner This project explores John’s portrait of Jesus in the Gospel of John and argues that John presents Jesus as the Servant of the Lord from Isaiah. The Servant is not the predominant Christological title in John, but it is an important aspect of Johannine Christology. Chapter 1 surveys various works on John’s use of the… Expand

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