Eyewitness Testimony in the Gospel of John
Dr. Michael Horton - White Horse Inn
Published on 01/06/2019
If you pay close attention to the details of the fourth Gospel, you’ll notice that words such as testimony, witness, judgment, and truth appear quite frequently throughout this text. And this has led various scholars to conclude that the basic underlying structure of this Gospel is actually that of trial narrative. Though Jesus was rejected by his own people and sentenced to death, the goal of John’s Gospel is to set the record straight by presenting a number of witnesses who give us insight into Jesus’ true identity and mission. Join us for this edition of White Horse Inn as we kick off our brand new year-long series on the Gospel of John.