The Miracles of Jesus in the Gospel of John
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This paper discusses how the Gospel of John presents the miracles of Jesus as a means of leading people towards faith. The paper then examines and analyzes the miracles that Jesus performs in the Gospel of John.
From the Paper:"The Gospel of "John" is composed of the three letters written by the Apostle John that narrate the miracles of Jesus in dealing with the theme of faith. John, working in the capacity of a pastor, realizes that his people need specific guidance in this area as they are influenced by their own ideas on what faith is and how it works. The main theme of John's letters is to establish how the miracles of Jesus are not just revelations of the deity of Christ, but lessons that go beyond just believing in miracles to honoring the glorification of God through Jesus Christ."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Peterson, Eugene. The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language. Colorado Springs: Alive Communications, 2003.
- Twelftree, Graham. Jesus the Miracle Worker: A Historical and Theological Study. Saint Peabody: InterVarsity Press, 1999.
Cite this Analytical Essay:
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