Here is a set of literary studies, in which various criteria from
narrative criticism are employed to determine the literary function
of 'ego eimi' in the Gospel of John. How does the phrase
contribute? What role does it play in the portrayal of Jesus as the
dominant character of the Gospel in Johannine irony? There is a
greater interaction between different forms of saying than has
generally been acknowledged, and Ball draws out a number of
implications of his findings for other areas of Johannine study.
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