The Johannine Corpus in the Early Church

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  • The Johannine Corpusin the Early Church iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures and Table viii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • I the Orthodox Johannophobia Theory 11
  • 1: The Making of a Consensus 13
  • 2: The State of the Question and Plan of This Book 56
  • Ii: the Johannine Writings in the Second Century 73
  • 3: John Among the Orthodox, C. Ad 170-200 75
  • 4: Gaius of Rome and the Johannine Controversy 172
  • 5: John and 'The Gnostics' 205
  • 6: John Among the Orthodox, 150-C.170 294
  • 7: John Among the Orthodox, Before C.150 360
  • Iii the 'Johannine Corpus'In the Second Century 447
  • 8: The Evidence for a Johannine Corpus 449
  • Conclusion 465
  • Chronology 475
  • Bibliography 478
  • Index of Ancient Texts 499
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