“Dialogue in the Book of Signs”: Matthew Montonini’s Questions and My Answers

Posted: December 12, 2015 in General

72003 (1)Matthew Montonini’s “New Testament Perspectives” is one of the most updated and visited blogs in the area of New Testament studies. Recently, he organized an interview with me about my publication entitled “Dialogue in the Book of Signs: A Polyvalent Analysis of John 1:19-12:50” (Leiden/Boston: E.J. Brill, 2015). It was my privilege to respond to his highly proficient questions. See his introductory statements and the interview-links herewith:

[[Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Johnson Thomaskutty, Assistant Professor of New Testament and Editor of UBS Journal at the Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India, on his recently published dissertation, Dialogue in the Book of Signs (Brill). Currently, Johnson is serving as a Global Research Institute scholar at Fuller Theological Seminary. Johnson’s Dialogue in the Book of Signs is methodologically sophisticated and will be a volume that Johannine specialists will need to consult for further work in this section of John’s Gospel. I have split the interview into two parts, (as follows)]]:

Part I: http://newtestamentperspectives.blogspot.com/2015/11/an-interview-with-johnson-thomaskutty.html

Part II: http://newtestamentperspectives.blogspot.com/2015/12/an-interview-with-johnson-thomaskutty.html

Matthew Montonini’s Blog is here: http://newtestamentperspectives.blogspot.com/

Johnson Thomaskutty, Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India

[GRI Writing Scholar, Fuller, Pasadena, California]

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