Does John Talk About Jesus Resurrection?

When it comes to the topic of Jesus and his resurrection, many people have different opinions and beliefs. One question that often arises is whether or not John, one of the apostles of Jesus, talks about Jesus’ resurrection in his writings.

To answer this question, we need to look at John’s gospel, which is one of the four gospels in the New Testament. In John’s gospel, he does indeed talk about Jesus’ resurrection.

In fact, John’s gospel gives us a detailed account of Jesus’ resurrection and the events that followed. In chapter 20 of John’s gospel, we read about how Mary Magdalene went to the tomb where Jesus was buried and found it empty. She then went to tell Peter and another disciple about this news.

We also read about how Jesus appeared to his disciples after his resurrection. He appeared to them in a locked room and showed them his wounds as proof that he was indeed resurrected from the dead.

John’s gospel also gives us insight into why Jesus was resurrected. In chapter 20, verse 31, John writes: “But these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.”

This verse shows us that John wanted his readers to understand that Jesus’ resurrection was not just a miraculous event but a crucial part of their faith. It was through Jesus’ death and resurrection that they could have eternal life.

In conclusion, John does talk about Jesus’ resurrection in his writings. His gospel provides us with a detailed account of this miraculous event and its significance for our faith. As we read John’s gospel and reflect on its message, may we be reminded of the hope we have in Christ because of his resurrection.