- Reading the Text:
- NRSV (with link to Anglicized NRSV) at Oremus Bible Browser.
- Greek Interlinear Bible, ScrTR, ScrTR t, Strong, Parsing, CGTS, CGES id, AV.
- The Bible Gateway: NRSV, RSV, NIV, NASB, CEV, The Message, KJV, etc.
- The Blue Letter Bible. KJV, alternate versions, Greek text with concordance, commentaries.
- The World Wide Study Bible includes commentary & sermons.
- Historical References, Commentary and
- The Five Gospels Parallels, John W. Marshall, University of Toronto.
- Comparative World Scriptures from United Communities of Spirit: The Revealer of Truth.
- "Receiving the Sender," The Jesus Database, an online annotated inventory of the traditions concerning the life and teachings of Jesus. Dr. Gregory C. Jenks, FaithFutures Foundation.
- From Augustine's Tractates on John: TRACTATE 53 (12:37-43). TRACTATE 54 (12:44-50).
- From the Geneva Notes.
- From Matthew Henry's Commentary.
- From Wesley's Notes.
- From the Commentary on the Whole Bible (Jamieson, Fausset and Brown, 1871).
- "Israel and Britain. A Note of Warning," John 12:37-41, Charles H. Spurgeon, 1885.
- From The People's New Testament, B.W. Johnson, 1891.
- Contemporary Commentary, Studies, and Exegesis:
"In Conclusion...John 12 As a Rhetorical Peroratio," Jerome H.
Neyrey, Biblical Theology Bulletin, 2007.
- "John 12 is recognized as repeating judgment materials from John 3, the critical behavior urged in John 12."
- Commentary by Hall Harris at the Biblical Studies Foundation.
- "In Conclusion...John 12 As a Rhetorical Peroratio," Jerome H. Neyrey, Biblical Theology Bulletin, 2007.
- Articles & Background:
- "Rethinking John's Social Setting: Hidden Transcript, Anti-language, and the Negotiation of the Empire," David Reed, Biblical Theology Bulletin, 2006.
- "The Sociology of
Secrecy and the Fourth Gospel." Jerome H. Neyrey, in What Is John? Vol.
II: Literary and Social Readings of the Fourth Gospel, 79-109. F. Segovia, ed.
Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998.
- "Once we start to pull back the veil, we notice numerous instances of hiding-revealing, secrecy, ambiguity and even lying. The following is an attempt to catalogue the primary and related instances of secrecy and "information control" in the document."
- Blind Persons in the Bible and the Ancient World, Prof. Felix Just, S.J. - Loyola Marymount University. A developing website including excerpts from Just's dissertation, articles about blind people in the Bible and the ancient world, depictions of blind people in ancient and modern art, and other fascinating resources.
- Recommended articles from ATLAS, an online collection of religion and theology journals, are linked below. ATLAS Access options are available for academic institutions, alumni of selected theological schools, and clergy/church offices.
Who Believes in Me..." Paul Tillich. From The New Being (1955), at Religion OnLine.
- "But he who sees Him sees the Father. There are not two faces. In the face of Jesus the Christ, God "makes His face to shine upon us." For nothing is left in the face of Jesus the Christ which is only Jesus of Nazareth, which is only the face of one individual besides others."
- "He Who Believes in Me..." Paul Tillich. From The New Being (1955), at Religion OnLine.
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- Study Links and Resources for the Book of John