This essay focuses on the theme of Jesus’ corporality in the Fourth Gospel. While Johannine studies rightly tend to underline the various ways in which John communicates Jesus’ divinity and union with the Father, this gospel is also filled with texts that stress Jesus’ humanity. From the prologue to the resurrection scenes Jesus periodically appears not only as fully human, but also as fully bodily...
This study focuses on the sentence of the steward in John 2,10 about the good wine kept until now. It analyses the pronouncement in light of its context, its rhetorical composition, and the author’s lexical choices. The analysis proposes a new, context-oriented translation for Slovak audience.
This study illustrates the phenomenon of the confusion of prepositions in New Testament Greek. Apart from listing several examples from other writings and highlighting their significance, it focuses on the Gospel of John, with particular attention paid to the preposition εἰς.
In addition to its other peculiarities, First Thessalonians features a relatively high number of faith terms. Apart from the paraenetical section, the remaining parts of the letter contain faith terminology in their various literary contexts, primarily in the genitival expression “your faith” in reference to the personal faith of the Thessalonians. This article, an exegetical study based on the principles...
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