The Origin of Jesus

Reading Assignment:

John 8:12-59

Isaiah 6:9

Did you understand what you read?

  1. What did Jesus say to which the Pharisees objected? Why did the Pharisees object to this statement?
  2. Does a statement become untrue because a person gives testimony about himself?
  3. The law requires how many witnesses? How many witnesses does Jesus offer? Who are those witnesses?
  4. When Jesus said he was going where the Jews could not follow, why could they not follow? What did the Jews conclude Jesus was going to do?
  5. Why did the Jews ask Jesus, “Who are you?”
  6. When would the Jews realize who Jesus is?
  7. What brings freedom? Why did the Jews object to this statement? Why did Jesus say they were not free?
  8. Whom did the Jews claim as their father? Whom did Jesus say was their father? Why?
  9. Instead of considering Jesus’ claims, what did the Jews prefer to claim?
  10. What flaw did the Jews find in Jesus’ claim of being able to grant eternal life?
  11. What did Jesus say which caused the Jews to attempt to stone him?
  12. Trace Jesus’ travels in this lesson. Mark the places of significant events.

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