It all appears to be spinning out of control, and yet Jesus still seems to be calling all the shots.
Pontius Pilate asked Jesus one of the most important questions ever asked. Why did he not wait for an answer?
A Personal Memoir by One of His Disciples
Studies in the Gospel of John,
This is the only account of the crucifixion and death of Jesus that is presented by one who claims to have seen it with his own eyes.
John's account of Jesus' resurrection appearances is as selective and distinctive as the rest of his Gospel. On the third day after his death, Jesus appears first to Mary Magdalene. But why Mary Magdalene--a woman known by the other evangeliststs but who has made no appearance in John's Gospel previous to this?
Jesus appears to his amazed disciples. What was his message to them, and how did they respond? And what's the deal with "Doubting Thomas"?
Jesus meets his disciples again at the Sea of Galilee and pulls Peter aside for a chat. What is it going to be--forgiveness, rebuke, a new beginning, or all of the above?