Written That You May Believe: John 20 and Narrative Rhetoric

O'Brien, Kelli S.
April 2005
Catholic Biblical Quarterly;Apr2005, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p284
Academic Journal
Looks at some aspects of the story of the resurrection of Christ in the Fourth Gospel. Details of the witness of the resurrection by Mary Magdalene and Thomas; Discussion of the understanding of readers to the gospel; Scholarly evaluations of Mary Magdalene and Thomas.


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