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In the Beginning – John 1

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The apostle John is the most poetic of the Gospel storytellers, but what is he really communicating with his beautiful, imagery-laden language? Join Tim, Jon, and Carissa for a closer look at John 1 and discover how John incorporates elements of the Genesis and Exodus narratives to form a portrait of how God responds to rebellious people.

View full show notes from this episode →

Timestamps 

  • Part one (0-13:15)
  • Part two (13:15-24:45)
  • Part three (24:45-37:30)
  • Part four (37:30-48:00)
  • Part five (48:00-54:00)
  • Part six (54:00-1:01:17)

Referenced Resources

  • David Andrew Teeter, Hebrew Bible scholar
  • William Arthur Tooman, Hebrew Bible scholar
  • God Dwells with Us: Temple Symbolism in the Fourth Gospel, Mary L. Coloe
  • John (Word Biblical Commentary Volume 36), George R. Beasley-Murray
  • The Jewish Temple: A Non-Biblical Sourcebook, C. T. R. Hayward
  • Interested in more? Check out Tim’s library here.

Show Music 

  • “Defender (Instrumental)” by TENTS
  • “Day and Night” by Aiguille
  • “Movement” by Felty

Show produced by Cooper Peltz. Edited by Dan Gummel and Zach McKinley. Show notes by Lindsey Ponder. 

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