‘Gospel of John’ Authorship?
The authorship of the gospel that men labeled the Gospel of John, Book of John, St. John's Gospel, etc., comes down to an issue of source. Men use non-Bible sources to teach the author of the fourth gospel was John, but Bible can prove John was not this anonymous gospel author.
God's word is better than non-Bible sources and scripture is profitable for correction. So it makes sense to stand with the truth when a tradition of men stands in opposition to the words of scripture (as in the case of the mislabeled Gospel According to John or Book of John). Use the links below to hear biblical evidence on the beloved disciple who wrote the fourth gospel and also to learn how this study points the way to a better Bible study method.
Copy these audio files and email them to friends. You can download this ZIP file of all four tracks to make an audio CD for your pastor or members of your Bible study group. These audio Bible studies encourage Bible students to submit to the authority of God's word on the issue of the beloved disciple who wrote the fourth gospel. The free eBook The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved shows how scripture itself answers the question: The Gospel of John, or not?
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A free printable Bible study on the beloved disciple
A Better Bible Study Method on YouTube
The "friend" whom "Jesus loved"
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