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us: John, the Apostle, Saint



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    • us: Giovanni, Evangelista, Saint
    • us: Hovhannēs, the Apostle, Saint
    • us: Ioann, Bogoslov, Saint
    • us: Jan, Evangelista, Saint
    • us: Jan, Ewangelista, Saint
    • us: Jean, apôtre, Saint
    • us: Jehan, evangeliste, Saint
    • us: Johannes, der Evangelist, Saint
    • us: Johannes, von Patmos, Saint
    • us: John, Apostle, Saint
    • us: John, Saint, apostle
    • us: John, the Evangelist, Saint
    • us: Yūḥannā, al-Rasūl, Qiddīs
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    • John, Saint, apostle
  • Sources

    • found: Hieronymus. Lives of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, c1896.
    • found: Avril, M. Saint-Jean, apôtre de la Sainte Eucharistie, 1982: t.p. (Saint-Jean, apôtre)
    • found: Athanāsiyūs. Dirāsāt fī al-Kitāb al-muqaddas ... 1976?: t.p. (Yūḥannā) p. 5, etc. (al-Qiddīs; al-Rasūl)
    • found: Pisma Świętego Jana Ewangelisty, 1978.
    • found: Hangist Eranelwoyn Hovhannu, 1877: t.p. (Hovhannu)
    • found: Grassi, J.A. The secret identity of the Beloved Disciple, 1990, c1989: CIP galley (Beloved Disciple, purported author of Gospel of John; traditionally identified with John the Apostle, but author disagrees)
    • found: Interpreter's dict. of the Bible, c1962: v. 1, p. 378, etc. (Beloved Disciple traditionally thought to be John the Apostle, but this is dubious) v. 2, p. 932, etc. (John the Apostle probably not author of Johannine gospel)
    • found: Zur Bildersprache des Johannes von Patmos, c1999.
    • found: Ioann Bogoslov, 1999: t.p. (Ioann Bogoslov)
    • found: Wikipedia (English), July 25, 2014 (Traditionally, the John who authored Revelation is considered to be John the Apostle, author of all the Johannine works, that is the Gospel of John, the first, second, and third epistles of John, as well as Revelation. However, many modern scholars agree that Revelation was written by a separate, otherwise unknown, author, to whom they have given the name John of Patmos)
    • found: Chafe, Eric. J.S. Bach's Johannine theology, ©2014: page 25 (study of Bach's response to the Gospel of John)
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    • 1979-07-27: new
    • 2014-08-12: revised
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