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The Problem of Blasphemy: The Fourth Gospel and Early Jewish Understandings By Jerry D. Truex
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This doctoral thesis provides evidence that during the later part of the first century, certain Jewish Christians, who produced and propagated the Fourth Gospel, were perceived to be blasphemous and... More > therefore "cut off" (kārēt) from the synagogue as reflected in John 9:22, 12:42, and 16:2. This study reviews recent research on blasphemy, offers analysis based on hundreds of ancient Jewish texts, and examines seven Jewish traditions pertaining to blasphemy, including cursing God, naming The Name, and sinning with a high hand. A composite portrait of blasphemy is sketched and compared with the theological claims of the Fourth Gospel. Three theological claims of the Fourth Gospel stand out as potentially blasphemous: Jesus is equal with God, Jesus and the Johannine Community constitute the New Temple, and Judean religious leaders are not of God. The perception of blasphemy and the inability to tolerate it explains why some Jewish Christians could not remain in the synagogue.< Less
The Problem of Blasphemy: The Fourth Gospel and Early Jewish Understandings By Jerry D. Truex
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This doctoral thesis provides evidence that during the later part of the first century, certain Jewish Christians, who produced and propagated the Fourth Gospel, were perceived to be blasphemous and... More > therefore "cut off" (kārēt) from the synagogue as reflected in John 9:22, 12:42, and 16:2. This study reviews recent research on blasphemy, offers analysis based on hundreds of ancient Jewish texts, and examines seven Jewish traditions pertaining to blasphemy, including cursing God, naming The Name, and sinning with a high hand. A composite portrait of blasphemy is sketched and compared with the theological claims of the Fourth Gospel. Three theological claims of the Fourth Gospel stand out as potentially blasphemous: Jesus is equal with God, Jesus and the Johannine Community constitute the New Temple, and Judean religious leaders are not of God. The perception of blasphemy and the inability to tolerate it explains why some Jewish Christians could not remain in the synagogue.< Less
The Gospel of Nicodemus By Apostel Arne Horn
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The Gospel of Nicodemus, including the Acts of Pilate (Latin: Acta Pilati; Greek: Πράξεις Πιλάτου) is an apocryphal gospel... More > claimed to have been derived from an original Hebrew work written by Nicodemus, who appears in The Gospel of John as an associate of Jesus. The title The Gospel of Nicodemus is mediaeval in origin. The dates of its accreted sections are uncertain, but scholars agree in assigning the resulting work to the middle of the fourth century AD.< Less
Gospel of John for Beginners By Mike Mazzalongo
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This study of the fourth gospel by John the Apostle lays out the case for Jesus' dynamic nature as the God/Man and the various reactions people had when confronted by this amazing reality.
The Doctrines of Grace in the Gospel of John By R. Bruce Steward
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Study the Gospel of John with this excellent resource. R. Bruce Steward examines the biblical teaching of total depravity, election, the atonement,... More > God’s saving grace, and the perseverance of the saints from the fourth Gospel. This is an excellent tool for individual Bible study or group learning.< Less
The Gospel of Nicodemus: Christ's Descent Into Hell By Saint Nicodemus
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An apocryphal work under his name — the Gospel of Nicodemus — was produced the mid fourth century, and is mostly a reworking of the earlier Acts of Pilate, which recounts the harrowing of... More > Hell. Though there is no clear source of information about this Nicodemus outside the Gospel of John, the Jewish Encyclopedia and many Biblical historians have theorized that he is identical to Nicodemus ben Gurion, mentioned in the Talmud as a wealthy and popular holy man reputed to have had miraculous powers. Christian tradition asserts that Nicodemus was martyred sometime in the first century.< Less
True Gospel Revealed anew by Jesus Vol IV By James E. Padgett
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This is the fourth volume of messages from Jesus and other spirits received by James Padgett over the period 1914 to 1923. This volume concentrates on messages to do with soulmates, as a special... More > tribute to Dr. Stone who was James Padgett's close associate and responsible for publishing the first two volumes. This edition has dates added, and a great many useful footnotes and cross references.< 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
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