The Gospel of John was supposedly written by the Apostle John, a son of Zebedee and the brother of James the Apostle. Some controversy exists regarding the authorship of this Gospel because it supposedly was not written ... More »

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The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John were written between 65 and 95 A.D. The Gospels give similar accounts of the life of Jesus and his teachings while he was on Earth. It is believed that the Gospel of Mark was w... More »

The gospels of Luke are two works that appear in the Bible, specifically the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts. Luke likely authored both works. The Book of Luke recounts the life of Jesus while Acts details the growth... More »

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The Gospel of John was written by John himself according to Bible scholars. John is also credited with writing First, Second and Third John, along with the book of Revelation. More »

Peter, his brother Andrew, James the son of Zebedee and his brother John are among the best known original apostles of Jesus Christ. Scriptural accounts suggest that of the twelve, Peter, James and John were the closest ... More »

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Simon Peter was the son of Jonah and the brother of Andrew. He worked as a fisherman on the sea of Tiberias before becoming a follower of Jesus Christ. More »

The Gospel of Matthew begins with the birth of Jesus, and follows Jesus' ministry from the calling of the first disciples through the resurrection. Much of the Gospel of Matthew is concerned with Jesus' teachings and how... More »

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