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(dʒoʊˈhæn ɪn, -aɪn)

of or pertaining to the apostle John or to the books in the New Testament attributed to him.
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All in all this is a well-researched, carefully presented and important study, one that reveals the clear advantages of assessing the overall Johannine usage of Old Testament quotations rather than adopting an atomistic approach to individual citations.
Epiphanius' Alogi and the Johannine Controversy: A Reassessment of Early Ecclesial Opposition to the Johannine Corrpus
The Johannine narrative of Jesus with the Samaritan woman at the well (chap.
How do they live out a Johannine ministry in their everyday life?
By the time the fourth canonical Gospel was completed (circa 90-100), there was no doubt that Jesus was God, the very Word of God made flesh--an insight given voice in the Johannine prologue.
Now the tide has turned, and the author is considered by many to be one of the great theologians of the New Testament, ranked with the Pauline and Johannine traditions.
Each part consists of a meticulous exposition of the Johannine use of the three concepts which form the subject of the investigation, namely belief/faith, life, and abiding.
Culpepper delivered the main lecture, "Children of God:" Evolution, Cosmology, and Johannine Thought.
does not account for Balthasar's subtle integration of classical theological analogy, Johannine exegesis, and the Pauline concept of kenosis.
That may be in physical needs, it may be in the community and relationships that are provided for us, but remember that these are signs in the Johannine way of speaking.
Further affirmation of the church's mission is included in the Johannine Jesus' high priestly prayer, "As you, Father, have sent me into the world, so I have sent them into the world.
After an overview of the main works of classification and the epistles, he ponders the classification of James and 2 Peter, the Johannine epistles and 1 Peter, and manuscripts in Jude.
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