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The main motto of the blog is: “Bridging the Eastern and the Western New Testament Scholarship through discussions, interactions, articulations, and the like.” You can also join the Facebook Group entitled “New Testament Scholarship Worldwide” (NTSW) here.
 
About Johnson Thomaskutty
11012482_755540731231706_6310130519731370712_nRev. Dr. Johnson Thomaskutty is Associate Professor of New Testament studies at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India (UBS), and Editor of Union Biblical Seminary Journal (UBSJ). Before joining UBS, he was serving as Lecturer of New Testament/Greek language and Chaplain at Serampore College, West Bengal, India, a college founded by William Carey, Joshua Marshman and William Ward (The Serampore ‘Trio’) in 1818. Currently, he also serves as Research Associate of Prof. Kobus Kok (also see here) in the research field of Mission and Ethics, in the Department of New Testament Studies, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, South Africa. Now, he works on a project entitled “Dydimos Judas Thomas: New Testament, Apocrypha, and Historical Traditions” with Prof. James H. Charlesworth, George L. Collord professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary and the founder of Foundation on Judaism and Christian Origins. In 2013, he worked on the Thomas Project at École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem. Johnson Thomaskutty is the founder of the facebook group entitled “New Testament Scholarship Worldwide.” The group has now over 6,500 members from around the world. He is a biblical teacher also at the grassroots and church levels. His ministry is called Didaskalia.
 
If you want to know more, go here, or just write: jesusandjohnson@gmail.com
 
Also connect with him at Facebook and at Twitter
 
Education:
 
Post-Ph.D [Researcher on “Dydimos Judas Thomas: New Testament, Apocrypha, and Historical Traditions.” In consultation with Prof. Dr. James H. Charlesworth, and will be published under T & T Clark Publishers.]
 
Ph.D [With distinction from Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2014. Internal Examiners: Prof. Dr. Jan G. van der Watt, Prof. Dr. Kobus Kok. External Examiners: Prof. Dr. Francois D. Tolmie, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Busse. Dissertation Title: “The Nature and Function of Dialogue in the Book of Signs (John 1:19-12:50).”]
 
Th.M [Master of Theology in New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey, USA, 2005. Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Brian Keith Blount, Prof. Dr. C. Clifton Black, Prof. Dr. James H. Charlesworth, Prof. Dr. George L. Parsenios. Research Paper: “Seeing and Believing: Jesus and Thomas in John 20: 24-29” (PhD Seminar; Instructor: Dr. George Lewis Parsenios).]
 
M.Th [Master of Theology in New Testament; Gurukul Lutheran Theological College, Chennai/Senate of Serampore College, West Bengal, India, 2001. Thesis: “Variations in New Testament Translations and the Problem for Interpretation: A Comparative Study of a Few Selected Passages in Different Versions” (Supervisor: Dr. Sam P. Mathew).]
 
B.D [Bachelor of Divinity; Faith Theological Seminary, Kerala, India/Senate of Serampore College, West Bengal, India, 1997. Thesis: “The Concept of ‘Peace’ in the Sermon on the Mount and its Relevance in the Multi-Religious Context of India” (Supervisor: Dr. K.K. Cherian, KUTS, Trivandrum; Second Supervisor: Rev. Dr. K.M. Mathew, FTS, Kerala).]
 
B.A [Bachelor of Arts; Main: Indian History; Kerala University, Kerala, India, 1993.]
 
Comments about this Blog:
 
“You are writing the best study of Thomas in the East I have seen. You are clear and careful and your work shows careful study and reflection. I am certain you are serving not only India but the world” (James H. Charlesworth, George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, Director and Editor, Princeton Dead Sea Scroll Project, Princeton, New Jersey, USA).
 
“Thank you so much for your excellent work. It definitely pushes our thinking well beyond the previous horizons” (Gerald L. Borchert, Senior Professor of New Testament, Cason-Newman University and Thesis Director of the Robert Webber Institute for Worship Studies).
 
Areas of Special Interest:
  • New Testament Theology and Critical Aspects
  • Cultural Interpretation & Dialogical Reading of the Bible
  • Bridging the Perspectives of the East and the West
  • Exploring: “What Does the Book of Revelation Really Mean to the Postmodern Global Context?”
  • The Gospel of John in the Contemporary Global context
  • Dydimos Judas Thomas and the Origins of Christianity in the East/India

Academic Honors/Prizes:

Editor-in-Charge:

  • Chief Editor of Union Biblical Seminary Journal (A Bi-Annual Publication of UBS, Pune, India):(1) Vol. 6, No. 1, Mar., 2009; (2) Vol. 6, No. 2, Sep., 2009; (3) Vol. 7, No. 1, Mar., 2010; (4) Vols. 7.2-8.1, Sep., 2010-Mar., 2013; (5) Vols. 8.2-9.1, Sep., 2013-Mar., 2015; and (6) Vol. 9.2, Sep., 2015.
  • Webmaster of http://www.ntscholarship.wordpress.com
  • Staff Advisor: Literary Debate & Publication Committee of Union Biblical Seminary, for the Academic Year 2009-2010: (1) Newsletter: UBS News, A Yearly Publication of UBSSA, Pune, Dec., 2009; (2) College Magazine: Crossover, UBSSA Annual Magazine, Feb., 2010.
  • Chief Editor: Codex-2003, An Annual Publication of Serampore College, Hooghly, West Bengal (2003)
  • Student Editor: Dharshanam-97, An Annual Publication of Faith Theological Seminary, Manakala, Kerala (1997)

Works in Progress:

  • BOOK: Didymus Judas Thomas: New Testament, Apocrypha, and Historical Traditions(With Introductory Chapter by James H. Charlesworth; for T & T Clark).
  • BOOK: A Polyvalent Analysis of Dialogue in John 13-21 (for BINS, Brill).
  • BOOK: A Commentary on the Gospel of John(India Commentary on the New Testament; Bangalore: Primalogue).
  • ARTICLE: “‘Religious Freedom and Conversion’: Reading John’s Gospel as a Jewish-Christian Conflict Narrative,” SAIACS Publication.

Published Materials:

  • BOOK: Dialogue in the Book of Signs: A Polyvalent Analysis of John 1:19-12:50 (Biblical Interpretation Series 136; Leiden/Boston: E.J. Brill, 2015).
  • BOOK: The Nature and Function of Dialogue in the Book of Signs [John 1:19-12:50]. Proefschrift (Nijmegen, Holland: Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, 2014).
  • BOOK: A Critical Review of the New Testament Translation(Delhi: ISPCK, 2004).
  • BOOK [Article]: “A Dialogue between ‘the Eastern’ and ‘the Western’ in New Testament Scholarship: A Proposal,” Bible Darshan: Post-Western Interpretation of the Bible (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press).
  • “Glo[b/c]alization and Mission[s]: Reading John’s Gospel,” New Life Theological Journal, Vol. 5/1 (Jan.-June, 2015): 56-77.
  • “Reading John’s Gospel to the Nepali Context,” Nepali Christian Journal (ACTS College, South Korea, 2015): 63-82.
  • “Dialogical Nature of John’s Prologue,” Union Biblical Seminary Journal, Vol. 8.2-9.1 (Sep., 2013-Mar., 2015): 1-17.
  • “The Widow’s Offering and Dalit Theology,” Global Perspectives on the Bible, Eds. Mark Roncace and Joseph Weaver (New Jersey: Pearson Education, Inc., 2014): 249-251.
  • “Suffering for Christ: What the Scripture Says?” Christian Trends. Vol. 2. Issue 3 (Aug.,-Sep., 2012): 40-43.
  • “God Enters the World of Degradation: A Subaltern Reading from Matthew’s Genealogy (1:1-17).” Among the People: Essays in Honor of Rev. Dr. P. G. Vargis. Eds. V. D. John and Viju Wilson. Pipariya: SALT DC/Delhi: ISPCK, 2012: 257-67.
  • “Fifty Years as an Educator, Leader, and Theologian: A Friendly Conversation with Dr. P. S. Jacob.” Coram Deo: UBSSA Annual Magazine 2012. LD & P, UBS, Pune (2012): 12-13.
  • “What to Preach from the New Testament? How?” Elevated, UBSSA, Pune (Mar., 2011): 5-6.
  • “Importance of ‘Linguistics’ in Biblical Interpretation,” Crossover, UBSSA, Pune (Feb., 2010): 11-12.
  • “Environmental Issues from Christian Perspectives,” Union Biblical Seminary Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Mar., 2010): 53-60.
  • “Toward an Authentic Postcolonial Theology,” UBS News: A Yearly Publication of UBSSA, Pune(Dec., 2009): 1-4.
  • “God Enters the World of ‘degradation’: A Sermon from Matthew’s Genealogy,” Indian Journal of Theology, Vol. 51, No. 1 & 2 (2009): 15-24.
  • “A Textual Analysis of the Early Versions of the New Testament,” Bible Bhashyam: An Indian Biblical Quarterly, Vol. XXXV, No. 3 (Dec., 2009): 319- 334.
  • “Missing the Kernel: A Contextual Reading of Revelation 2:1-7,” Union Biblical Seminary Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Sep., 2009): 97-130.
  • “What Does Revelation 1:1-20 Really Mean to the Live World Order?” Union Biblical Seminary Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Mar., 2009): 15-40.
  • “Early Versions of the New Testament: A Textual Analysis,” Kerala Theological Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Feb., 2009): 23-36.
  • “Prayer in John’s Gospel,” Mission Today, Vol. IX (2007): 264-270.
  • “Seeing and Believing: An Exegetical Reading of John 20,” Faith Theological Review, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Jul., 2007): 35-53.
  • “The Widow’s Mites: A Pragmatic Reading of Mark 12:41-44,” Doon Theological Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Jan., 2007): 22-36.
  • “Biblical Perspectives on ‘Poor’ and its Relevance in the Dalit Context of India,” Indian Theological Studies,  XLI, No. 3 (Oct., 2004).
  • “Glimpses of the Feminine in Indian Religion and Society: A Christian Perspective,”Indian Journal of Theology (Jun., 2004).
  • “Biblical Perspectives on Creation, Ecology, and Human Responsibility,”Mission Today,  VI, No. 4 (Oct.-Dec., 2004): 338-358.
  • “Biblical Perspectives on ‘Peace’: A Paradigm for the Multi-Religious Context of India,” National Council of Churches Review,  CXXIV, No. 6 (Jul., 2004): 13-27.
  • “Biblical Perspectives on ‘Peace’: A Paradigm for the Multi-Religious Context of India,” Vidyajyoti: A Journal of Theological Reflections (Jun., 2004).
  • “Towards a Spirit-Centered Biblical Theology: The ‘From Below’ Aspects of the Holy Spirit,” Bangalore Theological Forum,  XXXV, No. 1 (Jun., 2003): 1-30.
  • “Theology of the ‘Land’: Biblical Perspectives in the Indian Context,”Bible Bhashyam: An Indian Biblical Quarterly,  XXX, No. 1 (Mar., 2004): 61-78.
  • “The Serampore Mission and the Linguistic Rennaissance in India,” Bangalore Theological Forum,  XXXV, No. 2 (Dec., 2003): 123-140.
  • “Serampore Mission of Bible Translation,” Codex-2004 (Serampore: 2004): 31-33.
  • “Errors in New Testament Translations and the Problem for Interpretation: A Comparative Study of a few Selected Passages in Different Versions,” (M.Th Thesis Abstract),Gurukul Journal of Theological Studies (Chennai: Gurukul, 2002), Vol. XI, No. 1 & 2, 121.
  • “The Message of the Sermon on the Mount and its Relevance in the Multi-Religious Context of India,” Indian Journal of Theology,  43, No. 1&2 (2001).
  • “Possibilities and Presence of Errors in New Testament Manuscripts: An Indian Translator’s Perspective,” Bible Bhashyam: An Indian Biblical Quarterly, Vol XXIX, No. 3 (Sep., 2003).
  • “The message of Peace, unity, Reconciliation…” Editorial in Codex-2003, Serampore College (2003): VII.
  • Bible Study: “Towards a Church-Centered Pneumatology: Some Reflections from the Biblical Texts,” National Council of Churches Review,  CXXIII, No. 4 (May 2003): 339-347.
  • Seven Devotions on the theme “Holy Spirit,” Gurukul Daily Devotions-2003 (Chennai: Gurukul, 2003), 185-192.
  • “‘Woman Power’ in the Canonical Gospels: A Paradigm for Modern Patriarchal Societies,” Bangalore Theological Forum,  XXXIV, No. 2 (Dec., 2002): 58-77.
  • “Translating Bible in the Indian Context,” Bible Bhashyam: An Indian Biblical Quarterly,  XXVIII, No. 4 (Dec., 2002): 656-671.
  • “Liberative Motifs in Pentecostal Religion,”National Council of Churches Review,  CXXII, No. 5 (Jun., 2002): 515-525. The same article also see, Codex-2002, Serampore College (2002): 28-33.
  • “Important Issues in the Translation of the Bible in Indian Context,” Bangalore Theological Forum,  XXXIV, No. 1 (Jun., 2002): 163-175.
  • Malayalam Language:  “Pentecosthu Mathathile Vimochana Sandesam” (“Liberative Motifs in Pentecostal Religion”),Aroma-2004, A Magazine from AG Church, Channapetta, Kerala, India (2004).
  • Malayalam Language: “Indian Christu” (“Indian Christ”), Dharsanam-97, An Annual Publication of Faith Theological Seminary, Manakala, Kerala, India (1997).
  • Malayalam Language: “Yesu Christu Sresta Maha Kulapati” (“Jesus Christ, the Teacher Par Excellence”), Footprints-96, An Annual Magazine of Faith Theological Seminary, Manakala, Kerala, India (1996).

Academic Paper Presentations:

  • 2015: Sadhana Sangat Fall Seminar Series, Hind-O-Pak Church, Artesia, California (Title: “Didymus Judas Thomas: New Testament, Apocrypha, and Historical Traditions”).
  • 2015: Colloquium at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California (Title: “Religious Freedom and Conversion in India Today: Reading John’s Gospel as a Jewish-Christian Conflict Narrative”).
  • 2015: SAIACS Consultation in Bangalore (Title: “Religious Freedom and Conversion: Reading John’s Gospel as a Jewish-Christian Conflict Narrative”).
  • 2015: Faculty Seminar Presentation at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, Maharashtra (Title: “A Dialogue between ‘the Eastern’ and ‘the Western’ in New Testament Scholarship: A Proposal”).
  • 2014: Student Council 2014-2015, Leonard Theological College, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh (Title: “Glo[b/c]alization and Mission[s]: Reading John’s Gospel”).
  • 2014: Student Council 2014-2015, Leonard Theological College, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh (Title: “Dialogue as a Literary Genre in the Book of Signs [John 1:19-12:50]”).
  • 2014: Facilitator of the Inaugural Session of “Nepali Christian Theology Academic Forum,” NEBC, Kathmandu, Nepal (Title: “Reading John’s Gospel into the Nepali Context”).
  • 2014: Faculty Seminar at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, Maharashtra (Title: “Dialogue as a Literary Genre in the Book of Signs”).
  • 2014: “The Gospel of John as a Genre Mosaic,” Conference at Aarhus University, Denmark (Title: “Dialogue as a Literary Genre in the Book of Signs”).
  • 2014: Dissertation presentation at Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands (Title: “The Nature and Function of Dialogue in the Book of Signs [John 1:19-12:50]”).
  • 2014: Mission Consultation in Dhaka, Bangladesh, organized by Church of God Ministries Bangladesh, Lalmanirhat. (Title: “Glo[b/c]alization and Mission: Reading John’s Gospel”).
  • 2014: Bible Darshan, an International Biblical Conference at The United Theological College, Bangalore (Title: “A Dialogue between ‘the Eastern’ and ‘the Western’ in New Testament Scholarship: A Proposal”).
  • 2014: CMS Consultation (20th) at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune (Title: “Glo[b/c]alization and Mission: Reading John’s Gospel”).
  • 2009: College Seminar at Leonard Theological College, Jabalpur (Title: “A Dalit Reading of Mark 12:38-13:2”).
  • 2009: Seminar during the Union Biblical Seminary Alumni Gathering in Pune (Title: “A Dialogical Reading of John’s Prologue”).
  • 2008: Faculty Seminar at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune (Title: “A Dalit Reading of Mark 12:38-13:2”).
  • 2008: Dalit Theology Seminar (A joint venture of Bishops College, Kolkata and SCEPTRE at SCEPTRE, Kolkata; Title: “A Dalit Reading of Mark 12: 38-13:2”).
  • 2003: West Bengal Inter-Seminary Faculty Seminar (A joint-program of Serampore College, Bishops College, Calcutta Bible Seminary, and Morning Star Catholic Seminary; Title: “Towards a Spirit-Centered Biblical Theology: The ‘From Below’ Aspects of the Holy Spirit”).
  • 2003: Faculty Seminar Presentation at Serampore College, West Bengal (Title: “‘Woman-Power’ in the Canonical Gospels: A Paradigm for Modern Patriarchal Societies”).
  • 2002: Faculty Seminar Presentation at Serampore College, West Bengal (Title: “Important Issues in the Translation of the Bible in the Indian Context”).

Lectures/Presentations:

  • 2015: Signs in the Gospel of John (Passion Week Lectures; Ahmedabad Pastors’ Association; CTM Area, Gujarat).
  • 2015: Days of Challenge, Youth Conference & Retreat (Church of God Ministries, Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh).
  • 2015: The Gospel according to St. John (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Lonavala, Maharashtra).
  • 2014: Fan into Flame: Restore, Reform, Revitalize (II Timothy 1:6; 142nd Annual Convention, Oldham Memorial Methodist Church, Pune, Maharashtra).
  • 2014: Pastoral Seminar at Oldham Memorial Methodist Church, Pune (Theme: I AM Sayings of Jesus in John’s Gospel: Words Proved through Actions).
  • 2014: A series of five lectures on Discipleship in John’s Gospel, Tyrannus Hall, Pune, Maharashtra.
  • 2014: Academic Pursuit and Spiritual Formation (Nepal Ebenezar Bible College, Jorpati, Kathmandu, Nepal).
  • 2014: The Gospel of John (Bethshalom Faith School of Ministry, Kathmandu, Nepal).
  • 2014: Discipleship in John (Puthalisadak Church and Baisepati Churches, Kathmandu, Nepal).
  • 2014: God, Church, and Family (Church of God Mission Convention, Lalmanirhat, Bangladesh).
  • 2013: A series of five lectures on Discipleship in John’s Gospel, Tyrannus Hall, Pune.
  • 2013: A series of lectures on Pastoral Ethics, Pastoral Duties, and Christian Ministry based on the Pastoral Epistles (Assemblies of God Western District Council of Maharashtra, Pastors’ Family Camp, St. Xavier’s School, Mira Road East, Mumbai).
  • 2013: Introduction to Textual Criticism of the Greek New Testament (School of Greek Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Lonavala, Maharashtra).
  • 2013: The Necessity to Learn Greek Language in New Testament Studies (Bethshalom Faith School of Ministry, Kathmandu, Nepal).
  • 2013: The Gospel of John (Nepal Ebenezar Bible College, Kathmandu, Nepal).
  • 2013: I AM Sayings in the Gospel of John (Passion Week Lectures; Ahmedabad Pastors’ Association; IP Mission Campound, CNI Raikhad, Methodist Church Ahmedabad West, Simpson Alliance Church; Raikhad Area, Gujarat).
  • 2013: First Corinthians (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Lonavala, Maharashtra).
  • 2012: The Book of Revelation (South Asia Leadership Training and Development Centre, Piparya, Madhya Pradesh).
  • 2012: The Book of Revelation (Exodus Church, Ernakulum, Kerala).
  • 2012: Messages to the Seven Churches in Asia Minor (Revelation 2-3; Passion Week Lectures; Ahmedabad Pastors’ Association; Bethel Alliance Church, Immanuel CNI Church, Salvation Army Church, Shalom Methodist Church; Saraspur Area, Gujarat).
  • 2012: The Gospel of Matthew (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Mysore, Karnataka).
  • 2012: First Corinthians (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Lonavala, Maharashtra).
  • 2011: The Gospel of John (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Mysore, Karnataka).
  • 2011: First Corinthians (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Lonavala, Maharashtra).
  • 2010: The Book of Revelation (for the churches in Karnool, Andhra Pradesh, at Prarthana Mandiram Church).
  • 2010: First Corinthians (School of Biblical Studies, YWAM, University of the Nations, Lonavala, Maharashtra).
  • 2009: New Testament Teachings (Church of God Mission Centre, Lalmanirhat, Bangladesh).
  • 2009: Immanuel, Immanency of God (Matthew 1:22-23; Ahmednagar College Annual Christmas Celebration, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra).
  • 2009: Youths, You Are Strong! (I John 2:12-14; One Day Youth Retreat, Gethsemene Evangelical Church, Dehu Road, Pune).
  • 2009: Introduction to John’s Gospel (UBS Off-campus seminar, Mumbai, Maharashtra).
  • 2009: Preaching the Word (UBS Off-campus seminar, Union Training College, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra).
  • 2001: New Testament Survey (Kerala Theological Seminary, Kottarakara, Kerala).
  • 2001: The Gospel of John, Preliminary Greek, New Testament Survey (India Bible College, Kumbanad, Kerala).
  • 1997-1999: Introduction to the New Testament, Letter to the Romans, Letter to the Hebrews (Faith Bible Training Centre, Sector 23, Faridabad, Haryana).

Demographic Studies:

  • “Houstonian Chronicles of Asianism,” A Study about the city of Houston, quoted in journals, used by missionaries, pastors, churches, associations, and organizations innumerable times.
  • “A Saga of San Antonio,” A Study Sponsored by San Antonio Baptist Association.
  • “Plurality of Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex,” A Study about the Dallas-Fort Worth.

Sample Links to Visit:

Works by others:

Social Networks:

Book Links:

Interviews and Conversations:

James H. Charlesworth (Princeton), Paul N. Anderson (George Fox), Jan G. van der Watt (Nijmegen), Alan Culpepper (Atlanta), George H. van Kooten (Groningen), Gert J. Steyn (Pretoria), Rob van Houwelingen (Kampen), Bruce J. Nicholls (New Zealand), G. Dwight Doyle (USA), Dyron Daughrity (Pepperdine), Michael Labahn (Halle), George L. Parsenios (Princeton), Harold W. Attridge (Yale), Francois Tolmie (Free State, South Africa), Ulrich Busse (Duisburg-Essen), Kasper Bro Larsen (Aarhus), Ramesh Khatry (Nepal), Dan Nighswander (Canada), Jamal Khader (Bethlehem), Serge Ruzer (Jerusalem), Riccardo Lufrani (Jerusalem), Christian Eberhart (Canada), Jerome Murphy-O’Connor (Jerusalem), Gilbert van Belle (Belgium), Michael Willet Newheart (Washington DC), Darrell Bock (Dallas), Marianne Meye Thompson (Fuller), Joel B. Green (Fuller), David Downs (Fuller), Amos Yong (Fuller), John Goldingay (Fuller), and many others. See more details here: https://ntscholarship.wordpress.com/

Hundreds of Web Articles, Blog posts, Sermons, Bible Studies, Reflections etc. are also available. He was invited as a resource person in churches and institutions in different parts of India and in United States of America, Holland, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Israel, Palestine, Bangladesh, and Nepal.

(updated on 27 July 2015)

Comments
  1. SOHAIL SADIQ says:

    WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WORD OF GOD,ESPECIALLY NEW TESTAMENT.

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