25 Jul 2009

The Gospel of John

Submitted by theshovel
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The so-called Gospel of John differs substantially from the Synoptic Gospels (similar accounts) of Matthew, Mark and Luke. I mean, while reading some of the stories you might recognize a connection here and there, but for the most part John presents a totally different perspective of Jesus and his dealings while walking among them. After all, as the writer was the one known as "the disciple whom Jesus loved" might we not expect a more personal and in-depth accounting of him?

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