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The Beloved Disciple By Rev. H. A. Rawes
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The privileges of Saint John seem to exhaust our powers of admiration. Our Lord chose this one man to unite the roles of Apostle, Evangelist, Virgin, Martyr, Prophet and Thaumaturge; to be the... More > Guardian of the divine Mother, His “beloved disciple” and the repository of the secrets of the Sacred Heart upon which he rested his head at the Last Supper. John was the only witness of Calvary to leave us a written record, he was the doctor of the Divine Nature of his Master and of the Eucharist, he was the indefatigable preacher of charity. When Peter himself feared to make his request to Christ directly it was to John’s unfailing intercession that he turned. John is the foe of the Antichrist and the author convinces us that the latter days reserve a secret role for his zeal. Father Rawes writes with a power and piety that recall Father Faber. While revealing to us the disciple Jesus loved, he insensibly increases our hatred of sin and error, our love of Christ and His Cross.< Less
Gay Gospel, Jesus and John, the "Beloved Disciple" By Robert Holt
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In this controversial book, a minister and Bible codes expert reviews the evidence, both from current research in the origins of the Bible, and from the newest Bible codes, that Jesus' "beloved... More > disciple", John Mark, writer of the fourth gospel, may have been a homosexual. A handsome and muscular Greek chariot-driver named Eutychus tells all in this book. What may very well be the greatest religious scandal of all time! 200 pages.< Less
Gay Gospel, Jesus and John, the "Beloved Disciple" By Robert Holt
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In this controversial book, a minister and Bible codes expert reviews the evidence, both from current research in the origins of the Bible, and from the newest Bible codes, that Jesus' "beloved... More > disciple", John Mark, writer of the fourth gospel, may have been a homosexual. A handsome and muscular Greek chariot-driver named Eutychus tells all in this book. What may very well be the greatest religious scandal of all time! 200 pages.< Less
Essential Bible Wisdom: GOOD NEWS by John, the Beloved Disciple, and John, the Elder By John Howard Reid
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This completely new translation and reconstruction of John's Gospel and his three Letters (or Epistles) in the New Testament of the Bible, presents these books in their entirety and attempts to... More > identify the Gospel contributions of John, the priest, the beloved disciple, and John, the elder or presbyter. (John's Letters, of course, were all written by the elder). Also included in this "Good News", is the Letter to Christian Exiles by Peter and Silvanus, in which it is argued that, although the letter (known as 1 Peter in English Bibles) was issued under Peter's authority, he had very little to do with its actual composition. 25 pages of Notes are also provided on various topics arising from this new translation and reconstruction, including an account of the four men named John who are associated with the Gospel; and the exclusive use of the Septuagint Old Testament (rather than the Hebrew Bible) as the source of all quotations from Scripture by New Testament writers.< Less
Essential Bible Wisdom: GOOD NEWS by John, the Beloved Disciple, and John, the Elder By John Howard Reid
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This completely new translation and reconstruction of John's Gospel and his three Letters (or Epistles) in the New Testament of the Bible, presents these books in their entirety and attempts to... More > identify the Gospel contributions of John, the priest, the beloved disciple, and John, the elder or presbyter. (John's Letters, of course, were all written by the elder). Also included in this "Good News", is the Letter to Christian Exiles by Peter and Silvanus, in which it is argued that, although the letter (known as 1 Peter in English Bibles) was issued under Peter's authority, he had very little to do with its actual composition. 25 pages of Notes are also provided on various topics arising from this new translation and reconstruction, including an account of the four men named John who are associated with the Gospel; and the exclusive use of the Septuagint Old Testament (rather than the Hebrew Bible) as the source of all quotations from Scripture by New Testament writers.< Less
The Revelator (...and the Revelation) By James C. Taylor
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This is a story of John, the beloved disciple of Jesus of Nazareth. John was one of the first men to follow Jesus; and he was also one of the first to truly recognize Jesus as the Christ - as the... More > Messiah. The story of this young fisherman from Galilee, his meeting with Jesus whom he came to know as God - and his life as a disciple of the Messiah - is set against the history, politics and culture of the time in which they lived. "The Revelator" begins - and ends - on the Isle of Patmos where the beloved disciple becomes the recipient of a grand and glorious vision we have come to know as "The Book of Revelation." And, at the end of John's story, the Revelation itself is presented as a series of seven visions - each with its own story to tell - all rolled into one.< Less
The Revelator (...and the Revelation) By James C. Taylor
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This is a story of John, the beloved disciple of Jesus of Nazareth. John was one of the first men to follow Jesus; and he was also one of the first to truly recognize Jesus as the Christ - as the... More > Messiah. The story of this young fisherman from Galilee, his meeting with Jesus whom he came to know as God - and his life as a disciple of the Messiah - is set against the history, politics and culture of the time in which they lived. "The Revelator" begins - and ends - on the Isle of Patmos where the beloved disciple becomes the recipient of a grand and glorious vision we have come to know as "The Book of Revelation." And, at the end of John's story, the Revelation itself is presented as a series of seven visions - each with its own story to tell - all rolled into one.< Less
Imago Dei: made in His image By April Milam
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You were created Imago Dei; in the image of God. Do you realize how incredible that is? I could hardly put it into words, yet still, I try. These are my poems, these are my prayers, and this is my... More > heart laid open to The One who created me in His image. All proceeds for "Imago Dei: made in His image" go to the Good Shepard Food Pantry. So, you're not just buying a slice of poetry. You're helping in the fight against hunger.< Less
Under the Banner of Love By Robin Jones
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This research presents the evidence that Mary Magdalene was the ‘Beloved Disciple’ whose identity is revealed at the foot of the cross. For almost 2,000 years the incorrect naming of the... More > Fourth Gospel as ‘The Gospel According to John’ has misled its readers. It would be more correct to say ‘The Gospel According to John if you believe Irenaeus.’ Just as Church Fathers wanted a line of apostolic bishops linked to Peter and Paul, so they wanted the gospels attributed to people who were accepted by the Church. The Fourth Gospel shows that God views the qualifications for a Beloved Disciple differently to the traditional requirements of men. “But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name: who were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God” (John 1:12-13). The Fourth Gospel has much to reveal to those willing to search it out.< Less
Under the Banner of Love: Mary Magdalene Author of the 4th Gospel By Robin Jones
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This research presents the evidence that Mary Magdalene was the ‘Beloved Disciple’ whose identity is revealed at the foot of the cross. For almost 2,000 years the incorrect naming of the... More > Fourth Gospel as ‘The Gospel According to John’ has misled its readers. It would be more correct to say ‘The Gospel According to John if you believe Irenaeus.’ Just as Church Fathers wanted a line of apostolic bishops linked to Peter and Paul, so they wanted the gospels attributed to people who were accepted by the Church. The Fourth Gospel shows that God views the qualifications for a Beloved Disciple differently to the traditional requirements of men. “But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name: who were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God” (John 1:12-13). The Fourth Gospel has much to reveal to those willing to search it out.< Less