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Name ____________________________ Theology 10 Sacred Scripture Mr. Phillips. Unit Six : The Gospel of John. Background of Jn. Comparison: Jn and the Synoptic Gospels Some ______________, but more ________________ Most stories in Jn are ____________ to Jn

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Name theology 10 sacred scripture mr phillips

Name ____________________________Theology 10 Sacred ScriptureMr. Phillips

Unit Six:

The Gospel of John


Background of jn

Background of Jn

  • Comparison: Jn and the Synoptic Gospels

    • Some ______________, but more ________________

    • Most stories in Jn are ____________ to Jn

    • Jn’s _____________________ very differerent

    • Jn has no __________________

    • No _____________________ between Jn and the synoptics

  • Stylistic Features of Jn

    • ____________ – When the opposite of what is expected occurs or is said

    • _______________ – The contrasting of opposites (ex. light and darkness, from above and from below)

    • _____________ – Vivid details in the stories to increase the effect; many one-on-one encounters with Jesus

    • ________________ – Elements of stories often meant to represent something else symbolically


Background of jn1

Background of Jn

  • Author

    • Detectable from contents

      • _______________

      • A member(s) of the community founded by the _____________________

      • Perhaps written in _____________ by several people

    • From Later Tradition

      • 2nd century tradition ID’s author as ______________________________

      • Many modern scholars _____________ accept this tradition at face value

  • Date: ________________

  • Image of Jesus: _____________________

    • Jn’s Jesus is clearly _____________________________________________

      _____________________________________________

    • Jn 10:30 “Jesus said, ‘ _____________________________ .’”

Jewish-Christian


Main parts of the gospel of john

Main Parts of the Gospel of John

  • The ________________ (1:1-18)

  • The _____________________ (1:19 – 12:50)

  • The _____________________ (13:1 – 20:31)

  • The ________________ (21:1-25)


Prologue 1 1 18

Prologue(1:1-18)

  • Alternation of ___________ and ___________

  • Poetry sections probably a ___________

  • First words: “In the beginning …” Just like _____________

  • Presents Jesus as:

    • ___________ (v.1)

    • The ___________ (Gk – ___________ ) (vv.1,14)

    • _________________ (vv.2,15)

    • The source of __________ (v.3)

    • The ___________ (v.5)

    • ________________ = become human (v.14)

    • Surpassing _____________ (v.17)


The book of signs jn 1 19 12 50

The Book of Signs(Jn 1:19 – 12:50)

  • Sign = Jn’s word for the _______________ of Jesus

  • Jn 1 – 12 (1st half of Jn) presents ______________ signs of Jesus

  • Signs _________ or __________ us to something else

    • Jn wants us to ________________ the miracle, to a

      _____________________

    • Jesus’ miracles in Jn are meant to

      ________________________ about Jesus


The wedding at cana jn 2

The Wedding at Cana(Jn 2)

  • Jesus’ ___________ sign; _______________ to Jn

  • Two “cross connections”:

    • Jesus’ _______________ : Appears only here and at the cross (Jn 19)

    • Jesus’ _______________ : His death and resurrection

  • Water Jars:

    • Used for Jewish __________________________________

      (from the Law of Moses)

    • Symbolism: ____________________________

      • Gives something ____________________ to what Moses gave (see 1:17)

      • Jesus truly __________________ us

      • Where does this happen? ____________________


The samaritan woman at the well jn 4

The Samaritan Woman at the Well(Jn 4)

  • ____________ to Jn

  • Story of how one comes to __________ in Jesus

  • Jesus overcomes _______________ to faith:

    • ___________ norms

    • _______________________

    • ______________________

  • Woman is _________________

    • Had been ______________, now she _________________

    • Helps bring others to ___________ in Jesus


The bread of life discourse jn 6

The Bread of Life Discourse(Jn 6)

  • Follows two signs:

    • _____________________________________

    • _____________________________________

  • Discourse (=speech) intended to explain the

    ________________________ of these signs

  • Jesus says he is the __________________ and says we must eat his

    flesh and drink his blood to have life

  • In Catholic tradition, we interpret this as a reference to the

    _________________

  • Jesus surpasses ____________:

    • Moses gave _____________ in the desert, but this only sustained earthly life

    • Jesus’ flesh and blood give us __________________


The raising of lazarus jn 11

The Raising of Lazarus(Jn 11)

  • _____________ to Jn

  • The ____________ of the Book of Signs ( the ______ sign)

  • Conversation with ____ :

    • _____________________ of the sign revealed to her

    • Jesus: “I am the __________________________________ .”

  • Burial cloths left on:

    • Lazarus will ______________

    • Raising of Lazarus is just a ____________

    • Later (at the empty tomb) Jesus leaves his

      ______________________ behind (see Jn 20:5-7)


The book of glory jn 13 20

The Book of Glory(Jn 13 – 20)

  • Tells story of Jesus’ ________________________

    ________________________________________

  • Presented as Jesus’ __________

  • For Jn, this is not an hour of ______________ , but an hour of ____________


The last supper jn 13 17

The Last Supper(Jn 13 – 17)

  • Not a Passover meal in Jn, but the _________________ Passover

  • No account of the _______________ in Jn’s Last Supper (but remember Jn 6 above)

  • Jesus washes his disciples feet

    • _____________ to Jn

    • Symbol of _______________

  • The Last Discourse

    • Intimate ____________________ after the meal

    • Two “ _________ ” statements:

      • “I am the _________________________________ ”

      • “I am the __________________________________ ”

    • Jesus promises to send the ________________ or ____________________

    • Ends with Jesus’ “ _______________________ ” to the Father where he prays for his disciples “that they may be one”


The beloved disciple

The Beloved Disciple

  • Appears only in the ______________________________

  • Jn 21:24 indicates that he is the ______________ upon which Jn’s Gospel is based

  • Later tradition ID’s him as the Apostle ____________ , but the text does not

  • Many scholars today ____________ this tradition


Jn s passion narrative jn 18 19

Jn’s Passion Narrative(Jn 18 – 19)

  • Some synoptic elements missing from Jn’s PN

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

  • Some elements unique to Jn’s PN

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

    • _____________________________________________________________________

  • Jn lacks many ______________ elements, but includes many ________________ elements

  • For Jn:

    • The crucifixion is Jesus’ hour of ________________

    • The cross is Jesus’ ___________________________


Jn s resurrection narrative jn 20

Jn’s Resurrection Narrative(Jn 20)

  • Four episodes:

    • The Discovery of the Empty Tomb by

      _______________________________________________

    • The Appearance to _______________________

    • The Appearance to the Disciples ________________________

    • The Appearance to the Disciples ___________________

  • Each episode shows a different way of coming to

    ____________

  • Ends with a tidy ______________ statement (Jn 20:30-31)


Epilogue jn 21

Epilogue(Jn 21)

  • Probably ____________ to Jn at a later time by a different author

  • Includes:

    • ___________________________________________

    • ___________________________________________

  • Ends with another ________________ (Jn 21:25)


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