AUTHOR: The Apostle John, son of Zebedee and one of Jesus’s 12 disciples
WRITTEN: Between A.D. 70 and A.D. 100
LOCATION: Ephesus in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey)
ORIGINAL AUDIENCE: Jews and Gentiles
The Gospel according to John is the fourth book in the New Testament and one of the earliest accounts of Jesus’s life and time on Earth. Through this book, we come to know Jesus as the Son of God through John's eyewitness description of Jesus’s ministry, His signs and miracles, His death, resurrection and post-resurrection appearances.
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