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    Dr. Holley BIBLE 15 April. 2014 The Gospel of John The study of the Gospel of John presents the history and story of Jesus Christ that pulls the reader and the community of Christianity into a faith built relationship through three powerful themes: true belief‚ the Paraclete‚ and love. One is required to express a hermeneutic to understand the importance of this Gospel. After understanding that history and literature are two ways to study this Gospel; one is required to believe or not to believe

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    four Gospels are attributed to different authors‚ with each book being distinct in some form or another. The Gospels of Mathew‚ Mark‚ and Luke are often referred to as the “Synoptic Gospels.” The Gospel of John‚ however‚ has a different take on the events of Christ’s life‚ and he presents them in a poetic form using many symbols. By comparing one of the Synoptic Gospels‚ like Luke‚ with the Gospel of John‚ we can see the similarities and differences throughout their works. Although the Gospels of Luke

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    The Gospel of Mark and the Gospel of John each present an illustration of Jesus in both humanity and divinity. However‚ each gospel portrays Jesus in a different way. The Gospel of Mark focuses on the mortality aspect of Jesus such as the concern of dying. On the contrary the Gospel of John focuses on the spirituality aspect of Jesus‚ and the revelation of Jesus and the Father being one. Despite the differences in portrayal of Jesus leading up to the Last Supper. Throughout this event both Gospels

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    The Gospel Of John Mark

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    good news of Jesus Christ‚ the Son of God” Is the first opening line in the Gospel of Mark. The initial passage has already been a representation of good news--delving straight into accounts of the good news which is heavily infused in Mark’s Gospel. Mark who is also known as John Mark‚ depicts a portrait of Jesus that is striking‚ compelling and focused on Jesus’ miracles and divine Sonship. Which is unlike the other Gospels. Mark wrote for an audience of people who most likely were of Gentile descent

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    An Introduction to the Gospel of John The Gospel of John is believed to be the last of the four Gospels in the New Testament to be written. While the Gospels of Matthew‚ Mark‚ and Luke are similar in their common view‚ the book of John is distinct. In contrast‚ none of the parables are recorded in John‚ and only seven of the miracles are featured. Instead‚ John delivers the meaning of Jesus by giving the readers a deeper insight and a deeper understanding of Him. He establishes that Jesus Christ

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    sacred in Christianity. Separated in many sections‚ the Bible includes four gospels by four different authors that tell stories‚ miracles‚ parables‚ teaching and stories telling the world on Jesus’ life. The gospels are named after the four apostils Mark‚ Matthew‚ Luke and John. Each gospel has similarities and differences in many aspects‚ but they all have a common end: they all tell the story of Jesus of Nazareth. The Gospel of Mark is directed towards gentile Christians‚ because he has to explain

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    12/06/2013 Comparing the Gospel of John vs. Mark We can analyze the similarities and divergences between the Gospel of John and the Synoptic Gospel of Mark with Christology‚ Anthropology‚ Soteriolgy‚ and Eschatology. Even though many of the passages could refer to more than just one theology‚ it is achievable to separate the different theologies into the four categories. Regardless of how different the Gospel of John is to that of Mark‚ Matthew‚ and Luke‚ it can be concluded that John does have obvious

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    PORTRAIT OF JESUS ACCORDING TO THE GOSPEL OF JOHN Prologue: The Gospel according to John presents Jesus as the eternal Word of God who ’became a human being and lived among us’. John has portrayed Jesus as the promised Saviour‚ the Son of God and that those who believe in him and have faith in him will have life (20:31). John’s Gospel and the Book of Genesis both begin with the words ’in the beginning’. The Word is said to be God and with God. The existence of the Word precedes creation and through

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    REQUIREMENTS FOR RLGN 4314 BY JJ LITTLE ANCHORAGE‚ AK SEP 6‚ 2016 It is clear that the lives of the authors of the Gospels and humankind in general were changed by Jesus of Nazareth. The fact that He was both human and Devine and thus a miracle are reinforced by those that have‚ and continue to experience redemption and salvation through His action at Calvary. The Gospel of John breaks to the front of the synoptic pack through “narratives and dialogue in an odd sort of way via a selection of deeds

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    The Gospel of John selects only seven miracles as signs to demonstrate the deity of Christ and to illustrate His ministry. Some of these signs and stories are found only in John. His is the most theological of the four gospels and often gives the reason behind events mentioned in the other gospels. He shares much about the approaching ministry of the Holy Spirit after Jesus’ ascension. There are certain words or phrases that John frequently uses that show the repeating themes of his Gospel: believe

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