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The Significance of John 1:14–18 for Understanding John’s Approach to Law and Ethics

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The paper examines the role and status of Torah in Johannine ethics by examining where Torah first becomes the focus of attention, John 1:14–18. While what precedes in the prologue provides important background and what follows in the rest of the Gospel sheds significant light on the passage, this paper argues that already within 1:14–18, and not just in 1:16b, key parameters are set that inform our understanding of John’s approach to the Law and ethics as a whole.

Affiliations: 1: Murdoch University, Western Australia 52 The Circle, Warwick wa 6024Australia W.Loader@murdoch.edu.au

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2016-10-03
2018-09-23

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