2 edition of commentary on the gospel according to St John. found in the catalog.
commentary on the gospel according to St John.
J N. Sanders
Let us then scrutinize the expression through the Son, and examine what sense it gives us. But to suppose that God uses a voice consisting in sound is wholly incredible, if we would retain to the Nature That is above all things Its superiority to the creation. The voice of one crying m the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make His paths straight. The blessed Evangelist, having overthrown the intricate objections of the unholy heretics, and having completed his subtil and most exact utterance respecting the Only-Begotten, comes to another snare of the devil compounded of the ancient deceit, and putting forth to us the sting of the polytheic error, which has wounded and cast down many, and widening the way of perdition, and throwing open the broad and spacious gate of death, heaped up souls of men in herds unto hell and set rich food as it were before the devil and brought before him choice meat. Philip saith unto him, Come and see. This appears in the saying: "The beginning of a good way is to do justice.
Another by the reductio ad absurdum. Similarly, in the Epistle to the Romans, He is called a propitiation: "Whom God set forth to be a propitiation through faith. The Jesus Seminar rated this account as black, containing no historically accurate information. And I heard the number of them that were sealed, a hundred and forty-four thousand who were sealed, out of every tribe of the children of lsrael; of the tribe of Juda were sealed twelve thousand, of the tribe of Roubem twelve thousand.
Before that Gospel, therefore, which came into being by the sojourning of Christ, none of the older works was a Gospel. For who speaking out of the mouth of the Lord calleth Jesus Anathema? For He will be not perfectly free, if He be less in lordship, and have not the full dignity in Himself. For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him. As, then, we have shown that the beginning of the Gospel, according to one interpretation, is the whole Old Testament, and is signified by the person of John, we shall add, lest this should be called a mere unsupported assertion, what is said in the Acts about the eunuch of the queen of the Ethiopians and Philip. They ignorantly and impiously affirmed that the Only-Begotten Word of God, the Eternal Light, in Whom we both move and are, was then first called into being, when He was born Man of the Holy Virgin, and taking this our common fashion, shewed Himself upon earth, as it is written, and conversed with men.
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Another by the same considerations. Now, in respect of wisdom and power, we have both forms of the statement, the relative and the absolute; but in respect of sanctification and redemption, this is not the case.
See studies by R. About 92 percent of the material in the Gospel of John is not found in the other Gospel accounts. For thus, the Father being conceived of and being in truth Father, the Son again being and conceived of as Son, the Holy Ghost having His place with them, the number of the Holy Trinity mounts to One and the Same Godhead.
Hence there is no need of a staff on this road, on which there is no trace of any hostile creature, and the hardness of which, whence also it is called rock petramakes it incapable of harbouring anything hurtful.
But a diverse fashion of speech is wrought out by them, and they appear to me to resemble persons, who are ordered to come together unto one city, but care not to approach it by one and the same beaten road.
And I heard the number of them that were sealed, a hundred and forty-four thousand who were sealed, out of every tribe of the children of lsrael; of the tribe of Juda were sealed twelve thousand, of the tribe of Roubem twelve thousand.
Then said Jesus unto him, That thou doest, do quickly. For in such examples, one may see one thing generated of another, but yet ever co-existing and inseparable, so that one cannot exist of itself apart from the other, and yet preserve the true condition of its own nature.
But to suppose that God uses a voice consisting in sound is wholly incredible, if we would retain to the Nature That is above all things Its superiority to the creation. If it were less critical about the historicity of certain events in John, I would have placed the commentary by Andrew T.
When this at length has taken place, every thing is now thrown into confusion, and That Which ever so existeth, I mean the Holy and Consubstantial Trinity will be reduced to Unity, if That which rightly and separately belongs to Each vanishes on account of the Con-substantiality, and the sameness of nature overthrows the distinction of Persons.
That this is so we may conclude from what is further said about them: "Hurt not," he says, "the earth, nor the sea, nor the trees, till we have sealed the servants of our God on their foreheads.
Now Christ says: "I am the door. He denied it, and said, I am not. For the soul of the sun is placed in a body, and the whole creation, of which the Apostle says: "The whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now," and perhaps the following is about the same: "The creation was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but on account of Him who subjected it for hope;" so that bodies might be in vanity, and doing the things of the body, as he who is in the body must.
For how will the Word, being God, admit of the lesser, compared to God the Father? How then is the not-measured less?
Thus John calls Him the Lamb of God, saying, "Behold the Lamb of God which taketh away the sins of the world," and in these words he declares Him as a man, "This is He about whom I said, that there cometh after me a man who is there before me; for He was before me.
And when he had said this, he went out again unto the Jews, and saith unto them, I find in him no fault at all. And when he said what things? Pilate saith unto them, Take ye him, and crucify him: for I find no fault in him. We also draw attention to the comparison which may be drawn between the statement, "I am the light of the world," and the words addressed to the disciples, "Ye are the light of the world.
The verb for "lifted up" reflects the double entendre at work in John's theology of the cross, for Jesus is both physically elevated from the earth at the crucifixion but also, at the same time, exalted and glorified.
But if he is true in saying such things, how yet shall we suppose that He needed teaching from another, or in whom shall we any more seek perfectness in knowledge, if He Who has it all is made wise by another?
And this, too, we must bear in mind, that as the law contains a shadow of good things to come, which are indicated by that law which is announced according to truth, so the Gospel also teaches a shadow of the mysteries of Christ, the Gospel which is thought to be capable of being understood by any one.
For the expression through the Son gives, as of necessity, a sort of exhibition of two Persons. Those will have no difficulty in apprehending this who understand, in a manner worthy of the prophetic grace, the saying: "Wine maketh glad the heart of man.
The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart: that is, the word of faith, which we preach; That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
He said unto them, He put clay upon mine eyes, and I washed, and do see.
They said unto him, Lord, come and see. Ina completely revised and updated edition was published bringing the classic work up to date.From the series: Commentary on the Gospel of John PREVIOUS PAGE | NEXT PAGE 3. Prologue (John ) Some have thought that the Prologue to the Fourth Gospel was composed separately by someone other than the Evangelist.
The Gospel According to St. John, 2nd ed., Beasley-Murray, G. R., John, Word Biblical Commentary 36, Brown. A Critical And Exegetical Commentary On The Gospel According To St. John - Volume 1 - The International Critical Commentary by Bernard, Most Rev. And Right Hon.
J H; Mcneile, Rev A H and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at atlasbowling.com the Bible: The Gospel According to John; 1, 2, and 3 John; and the book of Revelation. All of these books were written toward the end of John’s life.
As mentioned earlier, his Gospel is generally believed to have been written around AD85, with his other writings following over the. Origen. Commentary on John Book I. 1. HOW CHRISTIANS ARE THE SPIRITUAL ISRAEL. That people which was called of old the people of God was divided into twelve tribes, and over and above the other tribes it had the levitical order, which itself again carried on the service of God in various priestly and levitical suborders.
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In this useful work, C. Kingsley Barrett offers an insightful commentary on the book of John. Barrett seeks to view John in light of a variety of contextsCited by: Dec 07, · The Gospel according to John.
Catholic Bible Institute – Diocese of Orange – Dec. 7, Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D. – Loyola Institute for Spirituality.