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History of the Book of John

The Book of John is the fourth book of the Gospels and is distinctly different from the other three gospels. The content and style serves well as a supplement to the three synoptic gospels. (Matthew, Mark and, Luke).

The gospel of John was written after the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 and before John's exile to the island of Patmos. John was a significant contributor to the books of the New Testament. Along with this Gospel, he authored 3 epistles (1st, 2nd, 3rd John) and the book of Revelation.

John writes of 8 miracles that Jesus had done. Of these eight only two are recorded by the other books of the Bible.

With only two of the eight miracles being recorded elsewhere is another indication that the book of John was written some time after the first three gospels. Actually the non-duplication of material is consistent with the content of this book whereas only 10% of it is found elsewhere. In the book of John the main emphasis is to believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and by believing He is the Son of God you can have eternal life. John's evangelistic writing style is predominate throughout this gospel numerous times with salvation verses such as John 3:16, along with 3:14, 20:31, 3:5-7, and 5:25. The Truth about eternal life is proclaimed and told about in the Book of John. All you have to do is believe that God sent His Son into this world, for this world so that we might be saved. God gave His only begotten Son that whosever believes in Him will not perish, but have everlasting life.