Unformatted text preview: Perhaps it is solely for the purpose of Jesus showing his power. If so, that seems pretty cruel and selfish, especially since Luke’s gospel tells of how terrible a life Lazarus had on earth. John’s gospel talks about Jesus’ “I Am” pronouncements. Jesus says things such as “I am the bread of life” or “I am the truth and the life”. John then refers to how when Moses was at the burning bush, God spoke of himself as “I Am”. This makes me question the true connection between God and Jesus. I have heard multiple things from different people such as Jesus is God’s son or Jesus is God in human form. There is a difference between these two views, and I would like to know which one it is. From the way it sounds in this section of our book, Jesus is God. If so, then why do we refer to Jesus as God’s son?...
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- Spring '11
- New Testament, Moses, Gospel of John, Gospel of Luke