Who are "the Jews" in John's gospel? In this lecture segment, I explore the third option of how John's term "hoi Iudaioi" - "the Jews" can be read. I consider reading the term as "the world" the cosmos, not ethic, not religious but a more broad idea of the human system that opposes Jesus in John. Another possibility I look at is a geographical reference to "Judeans" those who live in Judah. Drop-in on this seminar recorded live with audience interaction at Tikvat David Messianic Synagogue.
My research is focused on the interpretations of biblical texts in the contexts of ancient culture, languages, and history.
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