Tag Archive: Gospel of John

Feb 22

Michael Boling – Yeshua as the Bread of Life as Explicated in the Gospel of John

The bread of life discourse, outlined in John 6, immediately followed the feeding of the five thousand. In typical Johannine methodology, numerous Old Testament comparisons, in particular that of Moses and Yeshua, are presented as evidentiary proof to the Jews that Jesus is truly the Messiah, the giver of life. Jesus clearly identified himself as …

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Apr 25

J. C. Ryle – The Gospel of John

John Chapter 1 JOHN 1:1-5 The Prologue to the Gospel In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was fully God. The Word was with God in the beginning. All things were created by him, and apart from him not one thing was created that has been created. …

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Sep 28

Michael Boling – The Holy Spirit as Explicated in the Gospel of John

THE HOLY SPIRIT AS EXPLICATED IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN INTRODUCTION The Gospel of John has long been recognized by scholars as a first rate work of theological acumen largely unequaled by the Synoptic accounts. As noted by theologian and author Andreas Kostenberger, “John’s Gospel towers over the Synoptics as the theological pinnacle of the …

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May 20

E.H. Askwith – The Historical Value of the Fourth Gospel

The writer of these pages sets himself the task of showing on internal grounds that the Fourth Gospel is a historical and not merely, as some present-day critics affirm, a theological document. In speaking, however, of the Gospel as historical we do not mean that the aim of the writer of it was primarily a …

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