“John the Evangelist: Revision and Reinterpretation in Early Christian Sources”
PhD dissertation, VU Amsterdam, Dec 2017
The first part of this study was significantly revised and slightly expanded, and has been published as The Identity of John the Evangelist: Revision and Reinterpretation in Early Christian Sources (Lanham: Fortress, 2020).
The second section of the dissertation was revised and doubled in size, as a result of my discovering of additional sources and of the reorientation of the study around the figure of John/Mark as both a Markan and Johannine figure, rather than just as a potential Johannine figure. The revised version was published as The John also Called Mark: Reception and Transformation in Christian Tradition (Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020).
The interested reader is strongly encouraged to consult the newer versions of my research.