Jun 28, 2004 ... As with the other gospels, no MSS which contain John's Gospel affirm authorship by anyone other than John. Once again, as with the others, ...
Apr 24, 2013 ... A. The Witness of John (1:19-34). 1. The Negative Witness (1:19-28). 2. The Positive Witness (1:29-34). B. The First Disciples (1:35-51). 1.
GOSPEL OF JOHN. WRITER: John, the apostle, son of Zebedee and Salome, and brother of James (Mark 1:19, 20; Matthew 20:20; John 21:20-24). His author-.
The Gospel of John shows us what our Lord has done and what we can do to move through the barriers of life to achieve a life of purpose, glory to God, and ...
OUTLINE OF THE GOSPEL OF JOHN. I. The Prologue (1:1-18). A. The Eternity of God (1:1-2). B. The Word's Activity in Creating (1:3-5). C. The Word's Activity in ...
The Apostle John is usually credited with the authorship of the fourth Gospel. First of all, the author had to have been an eyewitness of the ministry of Jesus.
A brief overview of John's Gospel may allow us to consider some of the glories of Christ presented in this book, and the relationship of the main doctrinal points ...
Not surprisingly, the gospel of John never provides the name of its author. Such identifications were not made in any of the other three biblical gospels either.
The Plan and Outline of the Gospel of John uses charts to show the two strategic divisions of the Gospel of John through both the change of audience and the ...