Craig Koester on “Truth” in the Fourth Gospel

Craig Koester on “Truth” in the Fourth Gospel April 19, 2013

 In John’s Gospel, truth is not a timeless ideal that is reached by contemplation. It is a power that counters the enslaving dominion of falsehood. Truth is communicated in order to free people from bondage to sin (8:32), to awaken authentic worship of God (4:23-24), and to shape actions that are truly life-giving (3:21)

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