Wrestling with John’s Christology

Wrestling with John’s Christology March 11, 2014

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dustin Smith, of the blog Dustin Martyr, to discuss my attempts to tie together the strands of John’s Christology – and to figure out whether tying them together is an effort to figure out what the author of the Fourth Gospel thought, or to systematize something that author did not. Click through to read the first installment of that interview, which Dustin has posted on his blog.

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  • Andrew Dowling

    Good stuff. John is a book I’ve appreciated more and more as I’ve discovered it out of the neo-orthodox context it’s usually pigeon-holed in and appreciated its nuance and complexity. In some ways it’s even more “progressive” than the Synoptics . . .