The Johannine Bibliography WebPages
compiled by Prof. Felix Just, S.J. - Loyola Marymount University
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Electronic Bibliography:
Johannine Literature on the World Wide Web

Contents of This Page:
Online Primary Texts and Translations  in Greek, English, other languages
Brief Introductions and Overviews  accessible on the internet
Ancient and Modern Commentaries  in full-text electronic format
Modern Scholarly Books, Articles and Essays  in full-text electronic format
Sermons and Bible Study Guides  in full-text electronic format
Printed Books on John  available for purchase on the web

(more material is being added regularly - please e-mail me with suggestions for additions or corrections)


Online Primary Texts and Translations:
(with direct links to the text of the Fourth Gospel and/or the Johannine Epistles, whenever possible)

Greek Texts:

English Translations: Translations in Other Languages: Online Enhanced Editions:

Introductions and Overviews on the Web:

The Best Ones for Starters:

Contributions by Contemporary Individuals and Websites: Encyclopedia and Dictionary Articles: Other Older Writings:

Larger Commentaries (ancient and modern, with full text available on line):

The Fourth Gospel:

The Johannine Letters:

Recent Books, Articles and Essays (scholarly and popular; full texts available on line)

Books and Collections of Articles and Essays:

The Fourth Gospel - Individual Articles (listed alphabetically by author): The Johannine Letters:


Sermons and Bible Study Guides
The Fourth Gospel: The Johannine Letters:

Printed Books on John available for purchase on the Web

Biblical Publishers and Bookstores


(Special Thanks to Glenn Buxton, Rodney Decker,  Torrey Seland,  and Jenee Woodard  for providing some of the above links)


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The Johannine Literature Web was created and is maintained by Prof. Felix Just, S.J., of Loyola Marymount University
This page was last updated on  January 4, 2004
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