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Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel.

Windisch, Hans

Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel.

by Windisch, Hans

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Published by Fortress Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. N.T. John -- Theology.,
  • Holy Spirit -- Biblical teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 39-45.

    StatementTranslated by James W. Cox.
    SeriesFacet books. Biblical series,, 20
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2615.2 .W53
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5605226M
    LC Control Number68012330

      Gospel According to John, fourth of the four New Testament narratives recounting the life and death of Jesus ’s is the only one of the four not considered among the Synoptic Gospels (i.e., those presenting a common view). Although the Gospel is ostensibly written by St. John the Apostle, “the beloved disciple” of Jesus, there has been considerable discussion of the actual. The Gospel of John is the fourth of the canonical gospels. Like the other gospels it is anonymous, although it identifies an unnamed "disciple whom Jesus loved" as the source of its reached its final form around AD 90–, most likely within a "Johannine community", but the reconstruction of this community, and therefore the social, religious and historical context of the.

      The Gospel according to John. Catholic Bible Institute – Diocese of Orange – Dec. 7, Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D. – Loyola Institute for Spirituality. Opening Prayer & Announcements. Presentation 1 – The Fourth Gospel within the New Testament. Bibliography; Structure & Outlines; History & Geography (4-color Charts). This is the first comprehensive study of St John's Gospel for nearly forty years. The author provides new and coherent answers to its two most important questions: the position of the Gospel in the history of Christian thought, and its central or governing idea. In the course of the book, helooks at the Gospel from a variety of viewpoints: historical, literary, and theological.

    John Shelby Spong, bestselling author and popular proponent of a modern, scholarly and authentic Christianity, argues that this last gospel to be written was misinterpreted by the framers of the fourth-century creeds to be a literal account of the life of Jesus when in fact it is a literary, interpretive retelling of the events in Jesus' life through the medium of fictional characters, from.   Finally this book will challenge the way the Fourth Gospel has been used in Christian history as the guarantor of what came to be called Christian orthodoxy or creedal Christianity. The Council of Nicea in C.E. leaned on the Fourth Gospel as literal history in order to formulate the creeds and ultimately to undergird such doctrines as the.


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Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel Paperback – June 1, by H. Windisch (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Author: H. Windisch. The Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel [Facet Books] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Fortress.

The Spirit/Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel in a sense, even less of a leap for adherents to the faith of the O.T.

than to admit that God became man. Just as many O.T. texts contributed. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Windisch, Hans, Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, © The Fourth Evangelist shows Jesus as the incarnate Word, a man uniquely inspired, whose absence after death is compensated for by an outburst of spiritual powers in his Church.

The paraclete is representative of God or of Christ, and the Johannine teaching is that no angelmediator, no holy 'spirit' like the Archangel Michael, can take Christ's.

The Fourth Evangelist shows Jesus as the incarnate Word, a man uniquely inspired, whose absence after death is compensated for by an outburst of spiritual powers in his Church.

The paraclete is representative of God or of Christ, and the Johannine teaching is that no angelmediator, no holy 'spirit' like the Archangel Michael, can take Christ's by:   This book attempts to make a contribution to the New Testament doctrine of the Spirit, with special reference to the paraclete problem.

Dr Johnston begins with the use of the word 'spirit' in the. Description: This book attempts to make a contribution to the New Testament doctrine of the Spirit, with special reference to the paraclete problem.

Dr Johnston begins with the use of the word 'spirit' in the Gospel of John and treats it as primarily 'impersonal'. It denotes divine power or energy. Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel.

book Spirit Paraclete in the Gospel of John Book Summary: This book attempts to make a contribution to the New Testament doctrine of the Spirit, with special reference to the paraclete problem. Dr Johnston begins with the use of the word 'spirit' in the Gospel of John and treats it as primarily 'impersonal'.

It denotes divine power or energy. The Resurrection, together with Jesus’ promise to send the Paraclete (the Holy Spirit) as witness, spokesman, and helper for the church, is a continuation of the glorious revelation and manifestation (Greek epiphaneia).

manuscript illumination St. John the Evangelist, manuscript illumination from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th century. The book examines six long narratives of the Fourth Gospel, arguing that they are best understood as 'symbolic narrative'.

They display a unique cohesion of symbol and narrative: the narrative unfolds the symbol and the symbol draws out the narrative. This process occurs as the character struggles to understand the symbolic meaning. Jesus promises 'another Paraclete' (translated variously as Helper, Counselor, Comforter) whom he will send after he goes to the Father.

The Spirit will replace Jesus' role with his disciples and enable them to do 'greater works' than Jesus himself (John ). Explores each of. The Spirit is God-in-relations.

The Paraclete is the divine self-expression which will be and abide with you, and be in you (). Exegetical necessity: Recent studies on the Spirit-Paraclete 5 Johannine community and the Spirit-Paraclete: R Brown, G M Burge and R A Berg 5 The bestowal of the Spirit-Paraclete and ‘hour’ of Jesus: J Byun and J L Kipp 9 Soteriological pneumatology of John: C Bennema   The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel (London: Cambridge University Press, ), p 2 Reuman, John, Introduction to The Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel by Hans Windisch (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, ), p.

3 Windisch, Hans, The Spirit-Paraclete in the Fourth Gospel (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, ), p. This book attempts to make a contribution to the New Testament doctrine of the Spirit, with special reference to the paraclete problem.

Dr Johnston begins with the use of the word 'spirit' in the Gospel of John and treats it as primarily 'impersonal'.

It denotes divine power or energy. God acts by his spirit, both to create and to redeem. The Right Reverend John Shelby Sponge has shown himself to be, once again, both a lunatic and a ravening wolf in this remarkable book of his entitled "The Fourth Gospel: Tales of a Jewish Mystic." To begin, I stopped reading his book on page 80 as he is trying to persuade us (unsuccessfully) that Our Lord's mother was nothing but a literary creation invented for the purpose of telling the /5.

But She the Spirit, the Paraclete will teach you everything. Descriptions of the Spirit-Paraclete in John have raised the question of the nature or reality of the Spirit itself. Two primary conceptions of the Spirit, representing nearly opposite ends on the spectrum of opinion, have been suggested by interpreters of the Fourth Gospel.

On the one hand, the Spirit has been understood, along. Paraclete first appearing in gospel. Here is the context of the passage in John with the translation of Paraclete as Advocate shown in bold: 15 “If you love me, keep my commands. 16 And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate to help you and be with you forever— 17 the Spirit of.

the paraclete in fourth gosp Jesus was victorious in the trial and that the Prince of the world was defeated. This connotation is not captured precisely either by 'advocate' or by. This book attempts to make a contribution to the New Testament doctrine of the Spirit, with special reference to the paraclete problem.

Dr Johnston begins with the use of the word 'spirit' in the Gospel of John and treats it as primarily 'impersonal'. It denotes divine power or energy. God acts by his spirit, both to create and to redeem. The Fourth Evangelist shows Jesus as the incarnate Word.In fact, it is the comprehensive activity of the Spirit as a forensic witness that best explains the varied tasks of the Paraclete in the Farewell Discourses.

Christ was still on trial before the world, and the Johannine church regarded its existence vicariously: it was on trial for Christ.The Fourth Evangelist shows Jesus as the incarnate Word, a man uniquely inspired, whose absence after death is compensated for by an outburst of spiritual powers in his Church.

The paraclete is representative of God or of Christ, and the Johannine teaching is that no angelmediator, no holy 'spirit' like the Archangel Michael, can take Christ's place.