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Das Evangelium nach Johannes

Das Evangelium nach Johannes by Luther-Bibel 1912

Das Evangelium nach Johannes, translated by Martin Luther in the 1912 edition of the Luther-Bibel, provides readers with a profound and insightful look into the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Luther's translation captures the essence of John's Gospel, offering clarity and depth to the text.

The language used in this translation is both accessible and poetic, allowing readers to immerse themselves in the story of Jesus and his ministry. Luther's interpretation of the Gospel of John is faithful to the original text, while also providing readers with a fresh perspective on the teachings of Jesus.

One of the strengths of this translation is Luther's ability to convey the timeless message of John's Gospel in a way that is relevant to modern readers. The themes of love, faith, and salvation are brought to life through Luther's translation, making it a valuable resource for those seeking spiritual guidance and inspiration.

Overall, Das Evangelium nach Johannes in the Luther-Bibel 1912 is a powerful and moving translation of one of the most important books in the New Testament. Luther's interpretation is both faithful to the original text and insightful, making it a must-read for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Book Description:
Das Evangelium nach Johannes ist das vierte Buch des Neuen Testaments und eines der vier kanonischen Evangelien. Wie alle Evangelien enthält es einen Bericht über das Leben Jesu von Nazareth, weicht jedoch in der Art der Darstellung und in seinem theologischen Charakter deutlich von den drei synoptischen Evangelien (Matthäus, Markus, Lukas) ab.

The Gospel of John is the fourth book of the New Testament and one of the four canonical gospels. Like the other gospels, it narrates the life and the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, but significantly differs from the three synoptic gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke) in its way of description and in its theological character.

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