Gospel of John Essays
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The “Gospels” which are better known as the good news biographies of the teachings concerning Jesus Christ. These biographies have been passed down by “oral tradition”. Which include stories of Jesus’s miracles, healings, parables, teachings and death/resurrection. (Lecture 2). Each Gospel proclaims a different interpretation of the Christian message using Jesus of Nazareth as a spokesperson for the evangelists’ position.'(PBS, Frederiksen). All four gospels offer a rich plurality of portraits (Lecture 2). History offers us little direct evidence about the...
Divinity Over the centuries the concept of Jesus being both divine and human has been highly debated amongst scholars and philosophers and even Christians. The author of the gospel of John deliberately starts the book with a prologue ‘John 1:1-3,14’ which introduces readers to a person called the ‘Word’, which translates ‘λόγος’ , or ‘logos’ in the original Greek. Jesus according to gospel of John is depicted as the eternal Word of God ‘John 1:1-3’ whom God used as his...
The Gospel of St John The Gospel of St John has sixteen (16) characteristics divided in parts from 1 to 16 and in this essay I will identify and briefly explain each distinguish parts of the Gospel of John and the characteristics of how he presented his Gospel in the Bible. John is one of the twelve disciples, Jesus called him as the beloved disciples of the twelve. In the Gospel of John, he does not include Jesus family tree...