Preface/Introduction/Analysis of the Gospel/Map/Commentary/Additional Notes/Selected Bibliography/Index of Authors/Subject Index/Index of Ancient Sources
Andrew Lincoln is Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Gloucestershire. He was formerly in the department of Biblical Studies in Sheffield and Professor at Wycliffe College in Toronto, Canada.
'This excellent commenatary is a splendid addition to the Black's New Testament commentaries series, and an important contribution to scholarship in its own right. He offers a nuanced and sophisticated analysis...Both the introduction and the main body of the commentary are models of insight and clarity. Thoroughly up-to-date and thoroughly readable.'--Sanford Lakoff "Church Of England Newspaper " "Aimed at 'the serious student', the work offers a straightforward and helpful commentary, which presents a literary interpretation of the work as a cohesive narrative... Lincoln provides both a cogent and sensible overview of the present state of Johannine scholarship, and a useful, well-written and understandable commentary." Peter Phillips JSNTS Booklist, 2007--Sanford Lakoff 'Lincoln's commentary provides a helpful resource for students and scholars... a clear and informative resource.'--Sanford Lakoff