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By Jonathan Bernier
In Aposynagogos and the historic Jesus in John, Jonathan Bernier makes use of the critical-realist hermeneutics constructed through Bernard Lonergan and Ben F. Meyer to survey ancient information appropriate to the Johannine expulsion passages (John 9:22, 12:42, 16:2). He evaluates the key modern interpretative traditions concerning those passages, specifically that they describe now not occasions of Jesus' lifetime yet quite the implementation of the Birkat ha-Minim within the first first-century, or that they describe no longer ancient occasions in any respect yet serve basically to build Johannine identification. opposed to either traditions Bernier argues that those passages plausibly describe occasions which may have occurred in the course of Jesus' lifetime.
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Cf. also the later formulation in J. Louis Martyn, The Gospel of John in Christian History: Essays for Interpreters (New York: Paulist Press, 1978), 90–121, now reprinted in Martyn, History and Theology, 145–167. 28 chapter two only with Martyn’s seminal presentation of the two-level reading strategy in History and Theology and the work of several classic Martynian scholars such as Raymond E. Brown (1979),5 John Ashton (1991 and 2007),6 Paul N. Anderson (2006),7 Lance Byron Richey (2007),8 Joel Marcus (2009),9 and Marius Heemstra (2010),10 but also, and more importantly, critically evaluate and judge the relevance of the Birkat ha-Minim to the study of the aposynagōgos passages.
It rather could be the case that the tradition always referred to Gamaliel II, and the phrases were added in order to obviate any possible confusion with Gamaliel I. Indeed, the addition of these words, if such addition ever happened, might at least as plausibly argue against Instone-Brewer’s thesis as it might argue in its favour. 13, in which Samuel the Small is said to be a student of Hillel. From this Instone-Brewer argues that we should situate Samuel as a contemporary of Gamaliel I rather than as a contemporary of Gamaliel II and the Yavnean sages.
As such, it is difficult to know exactly which positions, and whose, are being rejected, or on what grounds. ”50 Thus, into the third century, “[t]he educational ambience of the sages was in the framework of disciple circles rather than permanent 47 Marcus, “Birkat ha-Minim,” 530. 48 Seth Schwartz, “The Political Geography of Rabbinic Texts,” in The Cambridge Companion to the Talmud and Rabbinic Literature (ed. Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert and Martin S. Jaffee; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 75–96, here p.
Aposynagōgos and the Historical Jesus in John: Rethinking the Historicity of the Johannine Expulsion Passages (Biblical Interpretation Series) by Jonathan Bernier