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 »

The book "Who Are We?: The Challenges to America's National Identity" was written by Samuel P. Huntington. In the book, Huntington discusses the influence that other civilizations have had on the identity and the values ... More »

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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 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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Biblical scholars generally agree that the James who wrote the Bible's Epistle of James was Jesus' half-brother. Religious historians believe that James did not follow Jesus during Jesus' time on Earth, but rather became... More »

There are two well known individuals named John in the Bible, John the Baptist and John the Apostle. John the Apostle was one of Jesus Christ's 12 disciples. John the Apostle is widely considered one of the leaders of th... More »

References to John in the Bible paint him as one of Jesus' most beloved and faithful apostles. While he shows some anger early in his apostolic career, he became an elder statesman of the early Christian church. More »