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Book Description

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Johannine Epistles. International Critical Commentary
Publication Year:
T & T Clark
1 John, 2 John 3 John, Commentary, New Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain
Alan England Brooke [1863-1939], A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Johannine Epistles

Table of Contents

  • Introduction to the Johannine Epistles
    § 1. The Epistles and the Gospel
    § 2. The Aim
    § 3. Destination
    § 4. Analysis
    § 5. The False Teachers
    § 6. Literary History
    § 7. The Text
    § 8. Commentaries, etc.
    § 9. Authorship of the Second and Third Epitsles
    § 10. The Second Epistle
    § 11. The Third Epistle
    § 12. Historical Background of the Two Shorter Epistles
  • Notes on the First Epistle
  • Notes on the Second Epistle
  • Notes on the Third Epistle
  • Appendix—The Old Latin Version
  • Indices
    A. General
    B. Authors and Works
    C. Greek Words and Phrases Explained
    D. Greek Words used in the Epistles
    E. Words used in Gospel but not in Epistles