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Juan Bautista, San

Index: Eclosiona un arte, Crónicas de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 333. Las sagas, Literaturas germánicas medievales, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 934.

St. John the Baptist

Fishburn and Hughes: One of the twelve apostles, traditionally regarded as the author of the fourth Gospel. This differs from the other three (synoptic) Gospels by not setting out to give an account of Jesus's life and teaching, but being rather a meditative exposition of Christian doctrine. Three Versions of Judas, CF 165 : the quotation from John 12:6 mentioned twice on this page as proof of Judas's greed and betrayal reads as follows: 'This he said.. ‘because he was a thief and had a bag and bare what was put therein.' CF 166): John 1:10 refers to the mystery of the Incarnation of the Word whose divinity was unrecognised by men. The use of this quotation as a 'perfidious epigraph' to the final version of Runeberg's text on Judas is a veiled insinuation that Judas's divinity was unrecognised throughout history. The Theologians: this verse (10:10) is an extract from the parable of the Good Shepherd in which Jesus claims that the only means of access to the fold is through him, all other ways being those of thieves and robbers. The narrator suggests that the allegorical meaning of 'having life more abundantly' was misunderstood and taken to mean that life should include all forms of evil as well as good. Three Versions of Judas; The Theologians