After setting the stage in our last episode with the distinctives and circumstances of John's Gospel, here we turn to its message: being born again (or is it from above?), how the Father and the Son can be one and yet the Father greater than the Son, whether John's commendation of love of friends is a retrogression from Paul's enemy-love, and how the confrontation with Pilate and the powers functions as the mega-exorcism consolidating the individual exorcism accounts in the Synoptics.
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1. Bultmann, "Eschatology of the Gospel of John" (1928) in Faith and Understanding, 165-183
2. Käsemann, The Testament of Jesus
3. Hill, Paul and the Trinity
4. Twelftree, In the Name of Jesus
5. For Dad on John, see Divine Complexity, 69–96
6. For me on John, see "Law and Gospel (With Some Help from St. John)," a sermon on "Doubting Thomas," and the Winter 2020 issue of Theology & a Recipe, "Latkes for Jesus"
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