Heidegger's Bible Handbook: John: Argument of the Book

5. The argument.



Therefore, Saint John, being about to compose the last of the history and sermons of Christ, covers in writing that joyful and saving announcement concerning our Savior, the eternal λογῷ/Logos/Word of the eternal God, manifested in the flesh,[1] revealed to the people of God through His sermons and evident miracles, perfected through sufferings,[2] and raised because of our justification.[3]

[1] See John 1:1-14. [2] See Hebrews 2:10. [3] See Romans 4:25.

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