Thursday, October 20, 2011

NT Pod 57: Jesus in John's Gospel

NT Pod 57 discusses Jesus in the Gospel of John. It is 12 minutes and 45 seconds long.

NT Pod 57: Jesus in John's Gospel (mp3)
NT Pod 57: Jesus in John's Gospel (mp3) (Alternative location)

Key texts: John 1.1-18, John 3, especially John 3.10-18, John 7.41-3.

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Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.


  1. I enjoyed the podcast, as I have enjoyed any of your podcasts that I have heard. You have a hunger for truth, but it lives within a kind and gentle spirit.

    While I appreciate what you said, I was surprised that you did not plot John's portrait of Jesus on a left-to-right line of progression to the right of the synoptics, where Jesus' identity was in the early stages of revelation. For "the path of the righteous is like the light of dawn that shines brighter and brighter until the full day." It is understandable therefore that "the sun of righteousness" would be colorful and watchable in its breaking of the horizon (synoptics) but increasingly brilliant in the coming of the full morning (John). Of course, the noonday sun which shines now in the kingdom of God is the brightest of all - so bright that the Scriptures anticipate it, but don't fully chronicle it. That is, Jesus is God. Blessed be His name.

  2. Absolutely refreshing podcast. Thank you as always for this.