4 edition of Gospel According to Brodie, The found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 1, 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Of these, it was Brodie, the blind Labrador, who opened Jennifer's eyes to the nature of her own relationship with God. Brilliant and perceptiveaccount of John's material, full of rich insights for the enquiring reader; and it must be warmly welcomed.
Gospel is American music in the same way that jazz and the blues are, and trends within the industry would seem to indicate that more are recognizing this.
You will find in this hidden gem, theological and practical insights that will work there way into the sermon. On tour, he got word of the death of his wife the child died a few days laterand shortly after his return penned the song out of his despair and loss. In West Africa, the region from which The slaves originated during the Atlantic slave trade, music is the center of all aspects of life, particularly religious life.
"-- Journal of Biblical Literature "This book marks an important development Gospel According to Brodie the interpretation of the Fourth Gospel, for it appears to be the first full-scale commentary on John in English to adopt a sustained literary approach to the work, and to argue in the process for its finely The unity.
it is well worth reading. So, Kanye West and the reaction to his song are fully in keeping with the history of a music form that has always sparked controversy, elicited debate, and pushed the boundaries of the black sacred music tradition. Other than that, it is a sane interpretation of John. Now he is the undisputed father of gospel. Brown's commentary is old but still extremely insightful. The present study spells out that idea in new detail.
"This solid piece of work can be warmly recommended to students of theology and preachers. "--First Things, "The same caring attention to detail is evident throughout [Brodie's] work, which may be described as a labor of Gospel According to Brodie.
Brilliant and perceptive account of John's material, full of rich insights for the enquiring reader; and it must be warmly welcomed. It indicates that the account of Jesus is so written that the tensions and complexities of the text reflect the tensions and complexities of human life, providing the reader not only with an account of Jesus but also with an anthropology--a map of the development of the human spirit.
The lining out of hymns, where a song leader would speak or sing a line that the congregation would then repeat, accommodated those who could not read. May have signs of wear and previous use scuffs, creasing, library copy, highlighting, writing and underlining. Barrett's commentary, simply finds itself on my top five.
Recommended for those who want a more critical introduction to the FG and something beyond the typical e.
Even those who are least disposed to accept his interpretations will find the commentary a stimulating work.
"-- Westminster Theological Journal "Brodie's work is without a doubt distinctive.