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Lecture: “Divine and Human Community in the Gospel of John” from Richard Bauckham

Richard Bauckham - November 6, 2013

Divine and Human Community in the Gospel of John

In the theology of early Judaism there is “one God” who has “one people.” The Gospel of John takes the remarkable step of including Jesus the divine Son in the unity of the one God. The goal of Jesus’ mission is to include humans within the open unity of the divine love. From the intimate personal communion of the Father and the Son with believers derives the loving unity of the people of God. Thus the revelation of loving intimacy “within” God at the end of the Gospel’s Prologue leads to Jesus’ prayer for the unity of his people in chapter 17.

From Series: "LTL Lecture Series Academic Year 2013-2014"

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