In this detailed and nuanced text, Brant argues that John was thoroughly familiar with the conventions of Greek drama and used them to more effectively present his Gospel's plot. Both scholars of literary Biblical criticism and students of drama will find here a thorough, engaging, and interdisciplinary study that answers questions left open by prevailing theories and opens new avenues of research yet to be explored.The camera cuts to an office scene in which a man is making love with a woman on top of an expensive desk. The phone rings, and the man picks it up. The viewers are meant to assume (unless they have seen the filma#39;s trailer) that the man isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dialogue and Drama|
|Author||:||Jo-Ann A. Brant|