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TitleAuthor
Lesson 58: Reasons To Believe (John 10:30-42)Steven Cole06/25/2014
Lesson 56: Why Follow Jesus? (John 10:11-21)Steven Cole06/02/2014
Lesson 54: The True Shepherd and His Sheep (John 10:1-6)Steven Cole05/15/2014
Lesson 51: The Light of the World in Action (John 9:1-12)Steven Cole04/17/2014
Lesson 47: Terrible Words from the Loving Savior (John 8:21-29)Steven Cole03/27/2014
Lesson 46: Jesus: Light of the World (John 8:12-20)Steven Cole03/06/2014
Lesson 44: The Divisive Jesus (John 7:40-52)Steven Cole02/27/2014
Lesson 42: Don’t Be Confused About Jesus! (John 7:25-36)Steven Cole02/04/2014
Lesson 41: Jesus: True, Yet Rejected (John 7:14-24)Steven Cole02/04/2014
Lesson 38: The Antidote to Spiritual Defection, Part 2 (John 6:60-71)Steven Cole12/20/2013
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Question & Answers:

Questions
How did John know what Jesus prayed in John 17, if Jesus prayed alone?
Could the "Q" manuscript that Gospel writers used have a different theology than the Gospels themselves?
Can you clear up the alleged contradiction between the passages in which Jesus said He would not drink the fruit of the vine until the kingdom and the tasting of sour wine on the cross?
I have taught that the definite articles in John 14:6, "...the way, the truth and the life..." constituted "one of a kind" or "unique" articles. However, John 14:6 is not as an example of this use in your grammar. What kind of articles are they?
In Hebrews 1:3, by WHOSE Power does Christ uphold all things? His OWN or Father's? How strong of a case can be made that Christ upholds ALL things by His Father's powerfull word?
What would the term "Son of God" have meant to a 1st Century, pious Jew?
Are there other passages that state, implicitly or explicitly, that the believer is indwelt by the Father and/or the Son?
Was Jesus God?
Why isn’t there any record of Jesus’ life between the ages of 13-30?
Were the miracles Jesus performed a demonstration of His humanity or deity?
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