These are posts that grew out of my study of The Gospel of John and the commentary by Raymond Brown in the Anchor Yale Bible.

Demythologizing Jesus defines “demythologize” as follows: “to divest of mythological or legendary attributes or forms, as in order to permit clearer appraisal and understanding.” In reading the Gospel of John I find that I can have a clearer understanding of what are purported to by miracles if I ask what the probably truth is behind the miracles. – read more.

More on Demythologizing Jesus

On April 19, 2016, I posted some thoughts I had while studying the Gospel of John. I have now reached the twenty-second chapter, which begins “Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdelene came to the tomb – read more.

More Thoughts on the Gospel of John

Sixteen months ago, I wrote a posting entitled “Who Wrote the Gospel of John.” Since then, I have continued my studies and am now up to the thirteenth chapter – read more.

Who Wrote the Gospel of John?

Recently, I have been studying The Gospel of John using a two volume translation with extensive commentary by Raymond Brown – part of The Anchor Yale Bible. – read more.

%d bloggers like this: