With many thanks to a really wonderful resource on YouTube called “The Bible Project,” we will begin the study of 2 John with an overview of 1, 2, and 3 John. Continue reading 2 John: An Introduction
The seductive charm of this faulty thinking has wormed its way into Christianity at regular intervals, and today is no exception. That is why John’s letters are as relevant now, and vital to the life of faith, as they have ever, every been. Continue reading The Letters of John: Gnosticism
I approached my tiny Greek Bible, the fall semester of Advanced Greek, with the Greek text in one hand, Culy’s commentary in the other, and about a half dozen open screens and books on my desk and monitors. I could hear the music of the spheres as my brain traveled through time and space, to the sea-swept shores of Patmos, where John is said to have been exiled. Continue reading The Letters of John
According to Irenaeus, who lived around 130 to 202 A.D., the apostle John wrote the final form of his gospel in Ephesus, sometime toward the end of the first century. Continue reading Gospel of John: Who Wrote It?