JESUS AS BRUGBOUER: JESUS EN DIE BUITESTANDERS IN JOHANNES 4:1-42

Bennie Marais, Ernest van Eck, Jacobus Kok

Abstract


This article deals with Jesus and the outsiders in John 4, with particular focus on John 4:1-42. Methodologically, the study focuses on social-identity theory, and asks the question of how Jesus gets the Samaritan woman, who is a member of the outside group, into the insider group. The focus of the study is thus what the behaviour and attitude of the historical and non-conventional Jesus was toward outsiders in the strongly hierarchical social structure of his day.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/117-1-1300

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