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Notes on John’s Gospel

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I’m thinking about taking a slow walk through the Gospel of John, but I don’t think I want to just do a theological study, although I probably won’t be able to completely expunge “theology” from what I want to say. I simply wish to speak from my heart. I may spend several blogs on one chapter; hey, I may spend several blogs on one verse; I don’t know. But, whatever I do, I want this to come simply from my heart. Just talking about Jesus, what he said and did, and what that means to me or how it has affected me. I will still write about other things, like theological study, apologetics etc., but these will be in addition to my notes on John. May the Lord bless my effort and all who read what he has blessed.

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2 responses to “Notes on John’s Gospel

  1. onlyinparables

    October 21, 2013 at 09:05

    It will be of interest to you that the John gospel is written in a well-defined, invariable, teaching literary form. There is an example of that literary form in the John gospel on the tutorial given at onlyinparables.wordpress.com

     
    • Eddie

      October 21, 2013 at 09:41

      Hello Mike, and thanks for reading and for your comment. I went to you site and read a little, but I didn’t see where it was leading. Perhaps I didn’t give it enough time (didn’t read enough), or maybe I’m just too obtuse. I fail to understand how this either changes the meaning of the Scripture as written or opens up a new meaning hidden therein. Would you comment and help me to know whether or not I’m on the right track, or if you intended something else for us to see.

      Lord bless you.

       

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