The fourth Gospel in the New Testament, known as John’s Gospel, is distinctive in its style, language and structure. It begins with a very different “take” on Jesus and proceeds to tell a somewhat different story from the other three Gospels. This work has a distinctive feel and a unique plot line, at least for much of the work—only right at the end, narrating the final days of a Jesus in a Jerusalem, does it start to resemble the plot lines found in the three other works. Join in the study sessions at 10am and 7pm through the link to he studies on the TUC home page. Or if you miss a session or would like to review it, please check the videos below.