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Eyewitness Testimony in John’s Gospel

By Mark D. Roberts | Thursday, January 24, 2008

Check out the latest post in the excellent series by James Arlandson, my first guest blogger. In typical fashion, James puts up a very thorough and readable look at eyewitness testimony in John’s gospel.

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