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teachings or beliefs
doctrine
Intellectually deep; not superficial.
profound
presenting a common view
synoptic
What did John have in common with Andrew and Peter?
they all came from bethsaida, they were all fisherman, and they were all disciples
John's bro was ___. Together, these disciples were called the sons of_______.
james, sons of zebedee
____ was very ambitious for her sons and asked __ to place them in important positions in His kingdom.
Salome, Christ
Johm, along with ___ and ____, became part of the inner circle of disciples, closest to Jesus during His earthly existence.
james, peter
John was probably originally a disciple of John the Baptist t/f
true
John never calls himself by name in the Bible t/f
true
John stayed with John the Baptist after seeing the "Lamb of God." t/f
false
Jesus sent John forth as an apostle immediately. t/f
false
John became a part of the inner circle, with Peter and James. t/f
true
On what three occasions was John allowed to see Christ?
Christ's transfiguration, the raising of the daughter of Jairus, and His suffering in the garden of Gethsemane
What evidence was there that proved John to be the closest to Christ of all disciples?
he describes himself as , "the disciple whom Jesus loved", he was present at His trial and crucifixion, he was seated next to Christ during the Last Supper, and he was given the charge to care for Mary, Jesus' mother.
pertaining to ideas rather than things
abstract
A word used to connect words, phrases, clauses, or sentences.
conjunction
Tending toward frequent use of certain words, phrases or ideas.
repetitive
importance, consequence, weight
significance
To give additional information; to make up for a lack.
supplement
Why did john write his gospel late?
showed a spiritual maturity not many had in those days, and he gave details of certain events that no one spoke about, maybe to cover for people.
What miracle did john write about that no one else did?
raising lazarus from the dead
John wrote primarily to Jews in asia minor t/f
false
John emphasized that Jesus was the Son of God t/f
true
John was not aware of any other gospel account t/f
false
John wrote so that people believed Jesus is the Christ.
true
John wanted people to find eternal life in God t/f
true
The theme of John's gospel is: ___________
Jesus as the Son of God
God the son is the ____ Person of the Trinity.
2nd
Those who believe in Jesus have the authority to become _______ of God
children
John's approach is more historical than spiritual t/f
false
John uses an extensive vocab t/f
false
John speaks vigorously, the same way Mark does. t/f
false
John's words are simple, as are his sentences. t/f
true
What were the feasts John recorded?
Passover, and the feast of tabernacles and dedication
Who are the witnesses who proclaimed Christ's divine ministry? (4)
God the Father, Jesus himself, John the Baptist, the disciples
Jesus' ministry lasted for: ______
3.5 years
What are the 11 I AM declarations?
Messiah, Lord and Master, Eternal One, Door, True Vine, Bread of Life, Light of the World, Resurrection and the Life, Son of God, Good Shepherd, Way Truth and the Life.
A man of the _____, named ______, a ruler of the Jews, came to Jesus at night.
pharisees, nicodemus
"He must ___, but I must _____
increase, decrease
What does Jesus do for the trusting?
Call them by name, goes before them, gives them eternal life
John's gospel outline:
1-
revelation of the word
2-
declaration
3-
disbelief
4-
disciples
5-
rejection
6-
resurrection
7-
reality