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PROJECT TOPIC: AN ASSESSMENT OF SIGNS AND WONDERS MIRACLES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE GOSPEL OF JOHN (A CASE STUDY OF CHRIST APOSTOLIC CHURCH)

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The Gospel according to John (Greek: Τὸ κατὰ Ἰωάννην εὐαγγέλιον) is the fourth book of the New Testament. Ecclesiastical tradition, dating from the latter part of the 2nd century, has maintained that it was written by Saint John towards the end of his life and published late in the 1st century, possibly in the ancient Greek city of Ephesus.[1] John was a disciple of Jesus throughout His ministry and became one of the more prominent statesmen in the early church. He also wrote three epistles, First, Second and Third John, and Revelation.[2] John’s style and focus is very different from the other three gospel accounts by Matthew, Mark, and Luke. John had 70 years from Jesus’ death and resurrection to reflect upon what Jesus had said and done. There are a number of important words

[1] J. Ola Oyewole, 2012, General Introduction to the Theology and Literature of the Gospel, An Unpublished Handout of Immanuel College of Theology and Christian Education Samonda, Ibadan., p. 2

[2] Lindars Barnabas, 1990, John, Bloomsbury: T&T Clark., p. 63



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