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Twenty-six times 'the hour' of Jesus is referred to in the gospel according to John.
the signs in John could be compared to the prophets' symbolic actions in the Hebrew Scriptures (The Gospel According to John, Doubleday, 1996).
However, the Gospel According to John does refer to him as a "bandit," which was a term also used for "revolutionary," so we'll let that slide.
The Gospel According to John, commonly referred to as the Gospel of John or simply John, is an anonymous account of the public ministry of Jesus.
Estes, a postdoctoral research fellow at Dominican Biblical Institute, presents a study of the gospel according to John that focuses on Jesus' use of questions.
Readings were given from the sixth chapter of the letter of St Paul to the Ephesians and the sixth chapter of the Gospel according to John.
27) Raymond Brown, The Gospel according to John, 2 vols.
Her main sources are Eckhart's commentaries on the Gospel according to John and on Genesis.