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Chapter 1 Of The Gospel Of John Settles The Question

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Dec 15, 2006 at 07:24

The question of Jesus being both God and man has been settled by the first chapter of the Gospel of John. This is the famous "Logos" chapter. Often this chapter, or the most important verses are read as the Gospel reading in many churches during the day on Christmas, which is just around the corner in a little over a week's time. This first chapter states the main theme of the Gospel of John.

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