Who was the beloved disciple who wrote the Gospel of John is answered in The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved a new book anyone can download online as a free printable Bible study. Who was the disciple whom Jesus loved? The evidence in the Bible proves that this beloved disciple was not John The fourth Gospel (a.k.a. the Gospel of John) says the author was the other disciple whom Jesus loved
The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved is a book that reveals the identity of the unnamed writer of the fourth Gospel.
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Who wrote the fourth gospel? The one "whom Jesus loved"
 

A better Bible study method shows that the 'Book of John' leaves out key events of Jesus’ ministry when the Apostle John was present but the author was not.

Which gospel omits the
Mount of Transfiguration
& the prayers of Jesus at
Gethsemane and why?

The author of the fourth gospel was singled out among the disciples as the one whom "Jesus loved." He was a key figure in the Jesus' life, yet, few stop to consider why this beloved disciple used terms like the "other disciple, whom Jesus loved" to conceal his identity.

The beloved disciple stood openly at the foot of the cross, so why did this "other disciple" hide his identity when he wrote the fourth gospel?

A free eBook called The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved cites evidence from the Bible that may reveal the answer. As will be shown, scripture is better than the traditions of men when it comes to identifying the one who wrote the fourth gospel and the one-of-a-kind gift from God that made this beloved disciple so unique.

Was John the beloved disciple who wrote the fourth gospel?
 
The need for a better Bible study method is shown by the fact that so many assume John was the one whom "Jesus loved" in spite of the biblical evidence to the contrary. The record of scripture can prove John was not the author of the gospel that was wrongly labeled the Gospel of John or Book of John by the traditions of men.

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved searches the scriptures on this issue and presents the testimony of God's word for your consideration. You are the jury and the Bible is Exhibit A, as we look to the Bible for answers in the mystery of the beloved disciple who wrote the fourth gospel.

This is a case of The Bible vs. Tradition, and how we answer such questions will depend on where we look for the answer. If we put confidence in non-Bible sources and let the teachings of men tell us what to believe, then when preachers, scholars, or commentaries say 'John wrote the Gospel of John', we will simply assume it is true.


A better Bible study method shows why the beloved disciple was the first one who believed after the resurrection when he went in the tome of Jesus.

After the resurrection, who
was the first disciple that
"believed" and what did he
see that caused this?

Who was the "other disciple"? The Bible has the answer
 

The beloved disciple leaned on Jesus at the Last Supper yet his gospel does not mention the bread and wine. A Better Bible Study Method, Book One explains why.

Which gospel leaves out the
breaking of the bread and
the sharing of the cup at the
Last Supper and why?
Men who say the beloved disciple was John present that idea as if it was biblical, but The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved proves that idea cannot stand up to biblical scrutiny. While non-Bible sources are used to sell the John idea, the foundation of a better Bible study method is the authority of God’s word.

"It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man" (Ps. 118:8), and since scripture is inspired by God, why not use it to test every idea, including the idea that John was the beloved disciple?

Scripture can prove John was not the writer of the fourth gospel and it can solve the mystery of the beloved disciple by revealing the identity of this anonymous gospel author. (It turns out this beloved disciple and unnamed gospel writer was actually one of the most notable people who associated with Jesus during his earthly ministry.)

The secret of the beloved disciple and much more
 
The writer of the fourth gospel called himself the "other disciple" – "other" than who? Find out in this free Bible study on the beloved disciple. This book shows the benefit of giving heed to "every word of God" and scripture will be the only authority quoted. If you love the truth, then this book on the secret of the beloved disciple is for you.

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved eBook is free and the printable versions of this beloved disciple Bible study make it easy to share this material with others. Scripture is profitable for correction, so we should invite biblical correction on any issue, including the identity of the author of the fourth gospel (the book that is wrongly called the Gospel of John or Book of John). The evidence in this study will prove that honoring the authority of God’s word is the key to a better Bible study method.


The book wrongly called 'Gospel of John' is the only place the Bible says Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead and Lazarus of Bethany is only cited in the fourth gospel. Why?

Which of the followers of
Jesus does the Bible identify
as the first disciple? Hint: it's
not Peter, James or John.

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The beloved disciple who wrote the fourth gospel did not label his work the Gospel of John, Gospel According to John, Saint John's Gospel or the Book of John. Those titles were added to this gospel author's work long after it was written. From the Transfiguration to Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead, from the Last Supper to Jesus’ prayers at Gethsemane, the Bible facts in this free printable Bible study prove the Apostle John was not the beloved disciple who wrote the gospel that man-made tradition later called John. Who was the disciple whom Jesus loved? Search the scriptures!

 

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