The Search for Ultimate Reality
Intertextuality Between the Genesis and Johannine Prologues (Studies in Biblical Literature)
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|Format: ||Hardback, 223 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 October 2005|
In analyzing the intertextuality between the Genesis and Johannine Prologues, Dr. Lioy maintains that both passages utilize polemical theology to refute distorted views of ultimate reality. Furthermore, he theorizes that the author of the Johannine Prologue deliberately reflected the structure and themes found in the Genesis Prologue to emphasize that the God-man, Jesus Christ, created all things and is a new (spiritual) beginning for all who believe in Him. Ultimate reality is found through faith in the Son.
About the Author
The Author: Dan Lioy earned his Ph.D. in New Testament from Potchefstroom University (South Africa). Currently he is a core faculty member at Trinity Theological Seminary (Newburgh, Indiana) and an affiliate faculty member at Southwestern College (Wichita, Kansas). His previous publications include The Decalogue in the Sermon on the Mount (Peter Lang, 2004) and The Book of Revelation in Christological Focus (Lang, 2003).
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