Torah Reimag(in)ed between σάρξ and δόξα?: Implied Household Ethos in the Fourth Gospel

@article{Mouton2016TorahRB,
  title={Torah Reimag(in)ed between $\sigma$ά$\rho$$\xi$ and $\delta$ό$\xi$$\alpha$?: Implied Household Ethos in the Fourth Gospel},
  author={E. Mouton},
  journal={Neotestamentica},
  year={2016},
  volume={50},
  pages={112 - 93}
}
  • E. Mouton
  • Published 2016
  • Philosophy
  • Neotestamentica
This article explores the rich yet complex narrative space between the incarnation and glorification of ὁ λόγος in the Fourth Gospel (1:14; 17:1–5). This space is characterised by the transferral of “temple” imagery to both Jesus and the Johannine community as the dwelling place where God’s “tabernacling” presence is experienced (1:14; 2:16; 14:2). The distinctive “household” dynamic of the Gospel (1:12–13) is reflected in John 13–17 as intimate, mutual indwelling of God, Jesus, Spirit and… Expand
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