The gospel treatment of John the Baptist
Rupert, Lynn Hoover
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It is the contention of this writer that the Gospels have been unfair to John in their treatment of him. In their record he has been compared only with Jesus; he is reduced to the mere office of witness; his prophetic contribution is more or less ignored; his effect upon the people is minimized; and, no credit is given him for his great influence upon Jesus. Because of these facts, I hold that the real John and his great contribution to Christian history has been lost if we trust merely the Gospel record.
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1940
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