John | Study Sessions | 2015
In presenting Jesus' arrest, trial, and crucifixion, John focuses on Jesus' royalty and kingship, in contrast to the synoptic gospels that focus on Jesus' humanity.
Topics:ArrestCrucifixionHumanityJohnKingshipHoly SpiritJoh 18-19
A short clip of session 1.
A clip from John session 2.
A clip of John session 3.
A clip of John session 4.
A clip of John session 5.
A clip of John session 6.
Adam Hamilton makes introductory remarks about the Gospel of John and invites us to consider the question "What does Jesus mean?" In other words, does Jesus' li...
Seven 'miraculous signs' are recorded in John's Gospel. The stories of these miraculous signs may be read on two levels: a surface level and a deeper level.
The Gospel of John records seven "I am" sayings of Jesus. We discuss two of the sayings: "I am the bread of life" and "I am the light of the world."
Jesus says his parting words to the disciples. Hamilton notes that the image of bearing fruit for Christ is another way of saying we are to love each other, an...
In presenting Jesus' arrest, trial, and crucifixion, John focuses on Jesus' royalty and kingship, in contrast to the synoptic gospels that focus on Jesus' human...
The Gospel of Light and Life
In Session 6, Review John's version of the events that took place after the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, exploring the experience of Mary Magdalene an...