Just as the light separated darkness in the Genesis creation story, the Light challenges and confronts darkness in John's Gospel. T/F
Only in John's Gospel is the divinity of Jesus clearly states from the beginning an highlighted throughout. T/F
The "I am" statements in John's Gospel remind the audience of Moses' encounter with God in the burning bush; they are meant to convey the divinity of Jesus. T/F
To love as Jesus loves means to love without expecting anything in return. T/F
For John, the epitome of faith is seen in those who believe without the benefit of hearing Jesus's words or witnessing his signs. T/F
Jesus' reaction to the adulterous woman was one of anger against her. T/F
Jesus' experience of being one with God was the basis for his whole life and teaching. T/F
____ allow us to try to express that which is inexpressible in words alone.
____ are expressions of truths or generalizations of human experiences through the use of symbolic fictional figures or actions.
For John, the ____ is the basis for all Jesus' miracles.
the Samaritan woman
In John's Gospel, Jesus reveals his identity to _____.
According to John, at the Last Supper Jesus taught that love is the heart of Christian ____.
John's Gospel teaches that love for other people is rooted in a relationship with ___.
____ underwent a gradual and slow process of being reborn in the Spirit.
John's Gospel shows that people cannot be healed and brought into the light until they admit the ___.
____ means "word".
Jesus' followers understood more clearly who he was and why he came after the ____.