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Cambridge University, The Gospel of Matthew and Christian Judaism. Stanton, Graham N. The Interpretation of Matthew. Weinfeld, Moshe. Through this Gospel we witness the everlasting power and nature of the Creator God , offering eternal life to us through his Son, Jesus Christ. In every chapter, Christ's deity is unveiled.

The eight miracles recorded by John reveal his divine power and love. They are signs that inspire us to trust and believe in him. The Holy Spirit is a theme in John's Gospel as well. We are drawn to faith in Jesus Christ by the Holy Spirit; our belief is established through the indwelling, guiding, counseling, comforting presence of the Holy Spirit ; and through the power of the Holy Spirit in us, the life of Christ is multiplied to others who believe.

The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. John Share Flipboard Email. Description One of the most interesting questions facing New Testament scholars—How did Christianity emerge from Judaism?

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Release date:. Fortress Press performs an important service by keeping his work available and accessible in this shorter form that will be useful not only to the general reader but appreciated by other New Testament scholars. Moody Smith The Divinity School, Duke University "In this elegantly written and persuasive monograph, John Ashton builds on his previous ground-breaking studies of the Fourth Gospel to revisit many of the contested areas of Johannine scholarship.

By emphasizing the fourth evangelist's religious experience of the glorified Christ, Ashton sheds penetrating light on the origins of this most luminous of gospels. No serious scholar of John's Gospel should ignore this important book. John Ashton claims,'Rather than just a change of direction, we need a U-turn.