The Gospel of John, penned by the Apostle John, is a distinctive account that foregrounds Jesus’ divine essence, set apart from the other Synoptic accounts. Written between AD 85-90, it counters misleading teachings from the period, underscoring Jesus as both creator and savior. Central motifs include the act of belief, juxtapositions like light versus darkness, and Jesus’ profound “I am” affirmations. By portraying Jesus as the eternal “Word,” John illustrates His essential role in creation and redemption. This Gospel is not just historical; it’s an evangelistic tool and a guidepost on Christ’s deity.
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