A classic commentary on 1, 2, and 3 John from a well-known name in the field of biblical studies. Rudolf Bultmann addresses issues of authorship and source criticism into his discussion of the epistles, largely siding with Haenchen and Schnackenburg.
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Rudolf Bultmann (1884–1976) was perhaps the most influential New Testament scholar of the twentieth century. His History of the Synoptic Tradition, Theology of the New Testament, and his commentaries on The Gospel of John and The Johannine Epistles are lasting testimonies to his achievement.