4 Jul 2015
The Gospel according to John. John was the last of the original 12 apostles to die. His gospel account is believed to have been written last. In it, he does not cover certain details that the three other accounts (often called the 'synoptic gospels' do). John adds information about Jesus that he wanted clarified as well as many other points. This is the first part of a multi-part series by Dr. Thiel where he intends to go over every verse in the Gospel According to John. In it, he mentions controversies related to the authorship of the book, concerns about John 1:1-18, errors and flaws in unitarian arguments, Jesus' first miracle, John the Baptist, when Christians are 'born again,' and well as comments related to heaven. Quotes from early professors of Christ are also provided.
Articles of partially related interest include "Jesus: The Son of God and Saviour" URL: http://cogwriter.com/jesus.htm , "Was Unitarianism the Teaching of the Bible or Early Church?" URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/unitarian.htm , "Born Again: A Question of Semantics?" URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/born.htm , and "Did Early Christians Teach They Were Going to Heaven? " URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/heaven.htm