The Word Became Flesh. A Theme in John’s Gospel

Graham Jackman filled a book with (more than) 366 pages examining the meaning of the title phrase, taken from John 1:14, in relation to several key aspects of John’s Gospel. At its centre stand, inevitably, two chapters focusing on the person of Jesus as portrayed by John, including one examining critically the use made of… Read More The Word Became Flesh. A Theme in John’s Gospel

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Maintaining unity of Spirit in the bond of peace becoming one with God

Before Jesus people had to do with the scrolls with the Torah (Law) Nebim (Prophets)and Kethubim aleph (writings). the followers of Jesus wrote new books or Messianic scriptures, the Kethubim Bet. They are given to us for making it easier to recognise the Messiah and to have a better insight in the Plan of God.… Read More Maintaining unity of Spirit in the bond of peace becoming one with God

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