7. Johannine

Blasi, A. J. A Sociology of Johannine Christianity. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1996.

Botha, J. E. & R. P. Tuppurainen. "The Roles of the Spirit in John 16:4b-15: An Integrated Reading". Acta Patristica et Byzantina 19 (2008): 23-43.

Brown, T. G. The Spirit in the Writings of John: Johannine Pneumatology in Social-Scientific Perspective. JSNTSup 253. London: T&T Clark, 2004.

Campbell, B. L. "Honor, Hospitality and Haughtiness: The Contention for Leadership in 3 John". EvQ 77 (2005): 321-41.

Clark-Soles, J. The Social Function of the Use of Scripture in the Fourth Gospel. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2004.

Collins, M. S. "The Question of Doxa: A Socioliterary Reading of the Wedding at Cana". BTB 25 (1995): 100-109.

Destro, A. & M. Pesce. "Kinship, Discipleship, and Movement: An Anthropological Study of John's Gospel". BibInt 3 (1995): 266-84.
_____. "Self, Identity, and Body in Paul and John". Pages 184-97 in Edited by A. I. Baumgarten et al. Self, Soul and Body in Religious Experience. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1998.

Domeris W. R. "The Farewell Discourse: An Anthropological Perspective". Neot 25 (1991): 233-50.

Draper, J. A. "The Sociological Function of the Spirit/Paraclete in the Farewell Discourses of the Fourth Gospel". Neot 26 (1992): 13-29.

du Rand, J. A. "A Story and a Community: Reading the First Farewell Discourse (John 13:31-14:31) from Narratological and Sociological Perspectives". Neot 26 (1992): 31-45.

Esler, P. F. "From Ioudaioi to Children of God: The Development of a Non-Ethnic Group Identity in the Gospel of John". Pages 106-37 in In Other Words: Essays on Social Science Methods and the New Testament in Honor of Jerome H. Neyrey. Edited by A. C. Hagedorn, Z. A. Crook & E. Stewart. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.

Esler, P. F. & R. A. Piper. Lazarus, Mary and Martha: Social Scientific Approaches to the Gospel of John. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2006.

Fuglseth, K. S. Johaninne Sectarianism in Perspective: A Sociological, Historical and Comparative Analysis of Temple and Social Relationships in the Gospel of John, Philo and Qumran. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2005.

Ford, J. M. "Jesus as Sovereign in the Passion according to John". BTB 25 (1995): 110-17.

Hakola, R. "The Burden of Ambiguity: Nicodemus and the Social Identity of the Johannine Christians". NTS 55 (2009): 438-55.

Kenney, G. C. Leadership in John: An Analysis of the Situation and Strategy of the Gospel and the Epistles of John. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2000.

Liebert, E. "That You May Believe: The Fourth Gospel and Structural Development Theory". BTB 14 (1984): 67-73.

Long, T. & M. Vance. "An Introduction to the Social Scientific Approach to Scripture: An Exegesis of John 3:1-21". Pages 91-98 in Directions in New Testament Methods. Edited by M. C. Albl. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1993.

Malina, B. J. The Gospel of John in Socio-Linguistic Perspective. Berkeley: Center for Hermeneutical Studies in Hellenistic and Modern Culture, 1985.
_____. "John's: The Maverick Christian Group. The Evidence of Sociolinguistics". BTB 24 (1994): 167-82.
_____. "The Received View and What It Cannot Do: III John and Hospitality". Semeia 35 (1986): 171-94.

Malina, B. J. & R. L. Rohrbaugh. Social-Science Commentary on the Gospel of John. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1998.

Matthews, V. H. "Conversation and Identity: Jesus and the Samaritan Woman". BTB 40 (2010): 215-26.

McGrath, J. F. John's Apologetic Christology: Legitimation and Development in Johannine Christology. SNTSMS 111. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Meeks, W. A. "The Man from Heaven in Johannine Sectarianism". JBL 91 (1972): 44-72.

Neyrey, J. H. "'Despising the Shame of the Cross': Honor and Shame in the Johannine Passion Narrative". Semeia 68 (1994): 113-37.
_____. "The Footwashing in John 13:6-11: Transformation Ritual or Ceremony?". Pages 178-213 in The Social World of the First Christians, Edited by L. M. White & O. L. Yarbrough. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1995.
_____. "'I Am the Door' (John 10:7, 9): Jesus the Broker in the Fourth Gospel". CBQ 69 (2007): 271-91.
_____. An Ideology of Revolt: John's Christology in Social Science Perspective. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1988.

_____. John, In Other Words: Culture and Rhetoric. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, FORTHCOMING.
_____. "'My Lord and My God': The Divinity of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel". SBLSP (1986): 152-71.
_____. "The 'Noble Shepherd' in John 10: Cultural and Rhetorical Background". JBL 120 (2001): 267-91.
_____. "The Sociology of Secrecy and the Fourth Gospel". Pages 79-109 in What Is John? Volume II: Literary and Social Readings of the Fourth Gospel. Edited by F. F. Segovia.  Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1999.
_____. "Spaced Out: 'Territorality' in the Fourth Gospel". Hervormde Teologiese Studien 58 (2002): 632-63..
_____. "Spaces and Places, Whence and Whither, Homes and Rooms: 'Territorality' in the Fourth Gospel". BTB 32 (2002): 60-74. 
_____. The Gospel of John. NCBC. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
_____. The Gospel of John in Cultural and Rhetorical Perspective. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009
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_____. "The Trials (Forensic) and Tribulations (Honor Challenges) of Jesus: John 7 in Social Science Perspective". BTB 26 (1996): 107-24. 
_____. "Telling Time in the Fourth Gospel". Hervormde Teologiese Studien 64 (2008): FORTHCOMING.
_____. "What's Wrong with This Picture? John 4, Cultural Stereotypes of Women, and Public and Private Space". BTB 24 (1994): 77-91.

Neyrey, J. H. & R. L. Rohrbaugh. "'He Must Increase, I Must Decrease' (John 3:30): A Cultural and Social Interpretation". CBQ 63 (2001): 464-83.

Neyrey, J. H. & E. Rowe. "Telling Time in the Fourth Gospel". Hervormde Teologiese Studies 64 (2008): 291-320.

Piper, R. A. "Glory, Honor and Patronage in the Fourth Gospel: Understanding the Doxa Given to Disciples in John 17". Pages 281-309 in Social Scientific Models for Interpreting the Bible. Edited by J. J. Pilch. BINS 53. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2000.

Rohrbaugh, R. L. "Semiotic Behavior in Luke and John". Hervormde Teologiese Studies 58 (2002): 746-66.
_____. "What's the Matter with Nicodemus? A Social Science Perspective on John 3:1-21". In Distant Voices Drawing Nearer
. Edited by H. E. Hearon. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2004.

Rowe, E. & J. H. Neyrey, "Christ and Time––Part Three: 'Telling Time' in the Fourth Gospel". BTB 40 (2010): 79-92.

Snodderly, B. & D. G. van der Merwe. "Status Degradation in First John: Social Scientific and Literary Perspectives". Acta Patristica et Byzantia 18 (2007): 179-213.

Spaulding, M. Commemorative Identities: Jewish Social Memory and the Johannine Feast of Booths. London: T&T Clark, 2009.

Tollefson, K. D. "Certainty within the Fellowship: Dialectical Discourse in 1 John". BTB 29 (1999): 79-89.

van der Watt, J. G. "Ethics in First John: A Literary and Socio-scientific Perspective". CBQ 61 (1999): 491-511.

Williams, R. H. "The Mother of Jesus at Cana: A Social-Science Interpretation of John 2:1-12". CBQ 59 (1997): 679-92.

Yamaguchi, S. Mary and Martha: Women in the World of Jesus. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2002.