The Book of John

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The book of John was one of the four Gospels of the New Testement. However, it was different than the others. “John’s Gospel is different by nature from the other three. It is an interpretation of the facts of Jesus’ life with an emphasis of His deity” (Hindson & Towns, 2013, p. 342). The book of John first tells us about Jesus’ preexistence and that this child would be born unlike any other child and that child would not depend on a mother, but He would depend on His father; God. This book tells us about all the miracles that He did. He fed thousands with five loaves of bread and two fish, he healed a lame man, and calmed a storm. Then the book of John goes to tell us about Jesus being arrested and the trials that He went through. Also, about Pilate trying to release Him, but could not. It was made up that He was to be crucified. He then was crucified and to make sure that He was dead they pierced his side. In the last chapters of John, it tells us that Jesus was buried in a tomb and He lay there for three days. After the third day, the tomb had been opened and Jesus was gone. He had risen!
Pontius Pilate
Pontius Pilate was a Roman governor. He was introduced in the book of John during Jesus’ arrest and trials; which means that he lived in the time frame of when the book of John was…
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