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Commentary on The Gospel According to John

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21.1–25 : The epilogue.

This chapter is sometimes regarded as a later appendix.

2 :

The sons of Zebedee, prominent in Matt., Mk., Lk., are now mentioned for the first time in Jn.; some scholars think this points to John, the son of Zebedee, as the source of this Gospel's tradition.

7 :

Note this Gospel's apparent preference for the beloved disciple over Peter.

12 :

Hesitation or doubt appears in all accounts of the disciples' postresurrection experiences (see Matt. 28.17; Lk. 24.37–38; Jn. 20.25 ).

15–17 :

Peter is given a unique task among the disciples (see Matt. 16.18; Lk. 22.31–32 ).

20 :

See 13.23–25 .

22 :

Until I come probably has more than one meaning: see 16.16 n.

24 :

This same disciple refers to the one on whose authority the Gospel of John rests.

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