Τετάρτη, 29 Ιουνίου 2016

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του RHPR / In the current issue of RHPR

Revue d'Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses 96:2 (2016)

Christian Grappe, "Le début du quatrième évangile (Jean 2 à 5), témoin d’un dialogue avec d’autres traditions religieuses?," 113-125
It is striking to note that in John 2-5 we see Jesus performing signs which are unusual in Jewish tradition and encountering non-Jews and syncretising Jews. The postulate defended here is that the author of the Fourth Gospel suggests in this way that Jesus – having encountered them on their home ground – surpasses those in whom Samaritans or pagans placed their trust : Dionysus and his cult (John 2 :1-11), Jacob and the temple of Gerizim (John 4), and the gods or at least cults of healing (John 5 :1-9).

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