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226-44. On one hand, Christians and Jews enjoyed a great deal of cooperation and mutual support. On the other hand, few developments began to threaten Judaism from the inside as much as Christian claims to Jesus being the Messiah and Son of God. This is spelled out very clearly in F. Manns' John and Jamnia: How the Break Occurred Between Jews and Christians c. t. by M. Duel and M. Riadi (Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1988). Consider also the very creative and insightful book by D. Rensberger, Johannine Faith and Liberating Community (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1988), which develops the historical and theological implications of the Johannine community's understanding of liberation through Christ in the light of assumed oppression by the local Synagogue.

Therefore, rather than vv. 31-58 being a unitive Christian midrashic development of Exodus 16:4 in the light of Jesus' ministry, the "Proem text" to be developed "midrashically" is the works and words of Jesus (vv. 1-25); and unenlightened manna rhetoric must first be overturned in the testing of the crowd, the Jews, the disciples and Peter. Thus, the manna motif plays a secondary role to the overall theme of testing, which is the pervasive and unifying motif of John 6. C. REVELATION AND RHETORIC IN JOHN: Two DIALOGICAL MODES OF THE JOHANNINE NARRATIVE John's narrative has two basic dialogical modes: revelation and rhetoric.

It was most acute within a decade or two of the destruction of the Temple (from the mid 70's to the mid 80's). ) The challenge to Jesus' disciples to ingest the flesh and blood of Jesus (to participate with him in embracing the cross, v. SIc) would have been felt most acutely during the persecution of Christians in Asia Minor (and elsewhere) by Domitian (from the mid 80's through the mid 90's). During these years, as those who did not participate in public emperor-laud were punished and sometimes executed, Gentile converts to the faith would have been most scandalized by the cost of their new-found religion.

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