Gospels are a genre of Early Christian literature claiming to recount the life of Jesus, to preserve his teachings, or to reveal aspects of God’s nature. The New Testament has four canonical gospels which are accepted as the only authentic and apostolic gospels by the Christians, but many others exist, or used to exist, and are called either New Testament apocrypha or pseudepigrapha.
The following information was gathered as the community group studied one of the books referred to as the Gospel of John.
Gospel of John
|Who Are You?||1:19-28||6/13/2015|
|What are you seeking?||1:29-51||6/28/2015|
|Hello, here I am||2:13-25||7/18/2015|
|One-on-one with Him||2:23-3:13||7/25/2015|
|A Hope to Focus On||3:14-21||8/1/2015|
|The humble one||3:22-36||8/8/2015|
|An everlasting offer||4:1-15||8/15/2015|
|Confrontation, awe & wonder||4:16-42||8/22/2015|
|Why do you seek?||4:43-54||8/29/2015|
|Do you want to be healed?||5:1-17||9/5/2015|
|Can I get a witness?||5:31-47||9/19/2015|
|Not so fast||6:16-34||10/3/2015|
|Bread of Life||6:35-51||10/10/2015|