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  First Epistle of John - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was traditionally held to have been written by John the Evangelist, and probably also at Ephesus, and when the writer was in advanced age.
The Epistle's content, language and conceptual style is an indication that a common authorship existed between this letter, the two other letters attributed to the Apostle John, as well as the Gospel of John.
Whether the author was the Apostle John himself, someone who wrote under his name and spoke "for him", or whether a body of authors contributed to the writing of all four Johannine texts is an open question.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/First_Epistle_of_John   (426 words)

 John Hanson, First President
He was the first President to serve a full term after the full ratification of the Articles of Confederation — and like so many of the Southern and New England Founders, he was strongly opposed to the Constitution when it was first discussed.
George Washington was definitely not the first President of the United States.
He was the first President of the United States under the Constitution we follow today. And the first seven Presidents are forgotten in history. 
www.marshallhall.org /hanson.html   (525 words)

 Daily Bible Study - The Apostle John
John and his brother James were the third and fourth fishermen (see The Fisher) of the Sea Of Galilee that Jesus had called to service that day (brothers Andrew and Peter were the first two).
John and Peter quickly ran to the tomb (John was apparently more physically fit than Peter, since he arrived at the tomb well ahead of Peter) and discovered the empty burial cloth and strips of linen.
Mary of Magdala was among the first three people (Salome and Mary the mother of James were the other two) who together discovered the empty Tomb, and she alone was the first to see the risen Jesus Christ.
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/apjohn.htm   (1286 words)

 John Y. Naka Biography, Part I
John's mother was one of the first women to come to here from Japan, so her small child -- John, eighteen years younger than his brother -- was a novelty to his father's friends, who all pampered him.
John and Alice married by the end of 1936 in Brighton, CO and went on to raise three sons: Eugene, Robert, and Richard.
John Naka was both a demonstrator and the master of ceremonies for the Bonsai Clubs International Convention held in Pasadena, CA in 1974.
www.phoenixbonsai.com /JYN.html   (4004 words)

 5. Christ and His First Disciples (John 1:35-51)
That John omits the call to service (which each of the other three evangelists record) brings out, again, the special character of his Gospel, for he treats not of dispensational but of spiritual relationships, and therefore was it reserved for him to describe the conversion of these first disciples of Christ.
John had borne faithful witness to Christ: how had his ministry been received.’, In the first place, the religious leaders of his day rejected the testimony of God (Luke 7:30).
First, John the Baptist (John 1:34); Second, Nathanael (John 1:49); Third, Peter (John 6:69); Fourth, the Lord Himself (John 10:36); Fifth, Martha (John 11:27); Sixth, Thomas (John 20:28); Seventh, the writer of this Gospel (John 20:31).
www.pbministries.org /books/pink/John/john_05.htm   (4780 words)

 John Winthrop, Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Winthrop, often known as "John Winthrop, Junior" or "the Younger", was the eldest son of John Winthrop, first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and Mary Forth, his first wife.
He was an avid chemist and practical scientist, famous for starting one of the first ironworks in Massachusetts (1633), for his interest in developing mines, and for his experiments in obtaining salt from sea water by evaporation.
Governor John Winthrop was sent to England in 1661 as the agent of the Connecticut Colony, to obtain a charter.
www.cslib.org /gov/winthropj.htm   (1889 words)

 Cephas and Wiggins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Cephas was born in Washington, D.C., in 1930 to Ernest and Sylvia Cephas.
John is the son of a preacher who plays "devil's music" in a world where the music is now enjoyed as much for the music as anything else.
John's Man without a Future, written with storyteller Jackie Torrence, is a fine effort, and while Caroline in the Morning may not be classified as a blues song, it does capture the mood of a cool fall morning on the edge of Virginia's tidewater region.
www.io.com /~tbone1/blues/bios/cepwig.html   (3643 words)

 John Glenn
John Glenn was the first American to orbit the earth and he was the oldest person to ever fly in space.
John Glenn was born on July 18, 1921 in Cambridge, Ohio.
John Glenn was assigned to NASA in April 1959 and has been in space 218 hours.
dusd.k12.ca.us /des/bwebb/reports/space/glenn.html   (190 words)

 First John
This letter bears the name of the writer, and is the first of three general epistles by John.
John was the son of Zebedee and Salome, and brother of James.
John was an eyewitness of the person and labors of the Lord (I Jn 1:1-4; 4:14).
www.oldpaths.com /Archive/Southern/Paul/1901/john1.html   (532 words)

 Acacia John Bunyan - Online Library - A Timeline Chronicling the Life of John Bunyan
Indictment is laid against John at the Assizes for "preaching at Eaton Socon".
On November 12th, John is scheduled to preach at the hamlet of Lower Samsell.
John endeavors to have his name entered in the calendar of offenders, so his case would come before the judges.
acacia.pair.com /Acacia.John.Bunyan/John.Bunyan.Timeline.html   (788 words)

 John Britten's first motorbike, an Indian Scout
Bruce and John had always mucked around with things mechanical; in the Christchurch suburb of Fendalton, it was not unusual to see the pair testing a new cart design up and down the sidewalk, propulsion by internal combustion engine being almost obligatory.
I remember being taken to the factory and being shown a continuous six-point record of engine-chassis performance as the bike was put through its paces at a meeting at Teretonga Raceway the weekend before.John's love and understanding of carbon-fiber led to the award of a world patent for his method of construction.
John revels in the bike's presence and all the guests respond, relax… a small oasis.John Britten died on September 5, 1995, one month later.
www.indianmotorbikes.com /features/brittens/britten.htm   (1243 words)

 St. John Ambulance Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Ambulance is the oldest humanitarian organization in the world.
John Ambulance is Canada's leader in first aid training and products.
John Ambulance has been helping Canadians do just that for more than 118 years.
www.sja.ca /english   (401 words)

 FIRST-PERSON: John the Baptist’s cave: speculation & sensation - (BP)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John was born at Ain Karem, a village about five miles west of Jerusalem known as the traditional home of Zechariah and Elizabeth (Luke 1:57-66).
There is a monastery (St. John the Baptist Monastery) in the modern town of Ein Karem (Hebrew spelling) with a cistern that archaeologists postulate is a second temple mikveh (first-century A.D. ritual bath).
John’s first-century message of repentance, purity and forgiveness as reflected in the Gospel accounts addressed the political and social conditions of his times, and it is probably best for our times to hear the message of this desert preacher than to change his message to better fit the 21st century.
www.sbcbaptistpress.org /bpnews.asp?ID=18893   (693 words)

 Entertainment Weekly's EW.com |
The great joy of the first episode of a new ''Survivor'' season is picking that one person who you'll love to hate and hate to see voted off.
From the first few minutes during the little introduction party on the beach, you could see these were no sweet little Elisabeth Filarskis.
At first I thought this group would rock every competition, but they're all so damn full of themselves I think the concept of team effort will be lost on this group of cocky Alpha males and females.
www.ew.com /ew/article/commentary/0,6115,353177~3~0~johnisfirstoff,00.html   (729 words)

 John Winthrop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Winthrop was born in Suffolk, England in 1587.
John Winthrop was recognized by all as a man of ability, maturity, and faith, and the Company elected him as its governor.
John's wife Margaret was expecting a baby, so he decided to leave her and his oldest son at home for the first year while he went with the first group of settlers.
dylee.keel.econ.ship.edu /ubf/winthrop.htm   (3257 words)

 Family History: The First Mrs. John Kerry - Newsweek National News - MSNBC.com
She was John Kerry's first love, but politics did not agree with her.
She was wearing a bikini, riding around on the back of a car, when John Kerry saw the dashing 19-year-old for the first time, according to historian Doug Brinkley.
Now that the first love of Thorne's life is the presumptive Democratic nominee, her dreams of escaping politics may be dashed for good.
msnbc.msn.com /id/4825946   (820 words)

 David Ketterer- "Vivisection": Schoolboy "John Wyndham’s" First Publication?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Harris’s experience of the Second World War and his memory of the First informed his four famous "Wyndham" invasion catastrophe novels (in the last case the catastrophe is putative): The Day of the Triffids, The Kraken Awakes, The Chrysalids, and The Midwich Cuckoos.
The link between madness and religion point to the anti-religious theme in Harris’s later work, and the hints at the relevance after all of a supernatural explanation (if only for its atmospheric impact and because the natural explanation, probably required by the series editor, is a bit of a let down).
It was as a science fiction writer in the Wellsian mode that John Wyndham received international acclaim and made a significant impact on the development of British and world sf.
www.depauw.edu /sfs/backissues/78/ketterer78art.htm   (3578 words)

 John Keats
John didn't want to be so far away from his ladylove, but he felt incapable of arguing.
John was not allowed to write poetry and only given the dullest books to read, as emotional excitement was considered very bad for consumptive patients.
John was definitely in a state; he stopped opening letters, even from his beloved Frances, after a month or so.
incompetech.com /authors/keats   (1504 words)

 The M-1911 Pistols Home Page
John Moses was born January 23, 1855 in Ogden, Utah, U.S.A., where his father settled after the Mormon Exodus of 1847.
John Moses, however, was much more than a gunsmith in the sense that he was much more interested in designing and building new, innovative, firearms than repairing broken ones.
He was the first to invent the slide which encloses the barrel and the firing mechanism of a pistol.
www.m1911.org /browning.htm   (973 words)

 John Carroll, First American  Archbishop
John Carroll was born on January 8, 1735 to a distinguished Irish merchant family in Upper Marlborough, Maryland.
These guidelines became the first canon law for the nation and were a great unifying force for the Church as it grew in America.
Archbishop John Carroll remained a patriot, a strong religious leader, and an advocate for education until his death in 1815.
www.jcarroll.org /John_Carroll.htm   (667 words)

 USCCB - NAB - 1john - Introduction
The terminology and the presence or absence of certain theological ideas in 1 John suggest that it was written after the gospel; it may have been composed as a short treatise on ideas that were developed more fully in the fourth gospel.
To others, the evidence suggests that 1 John was written after the fourth gospel as part of a debate on the proper interpretation of that gospel.
Some former members (1 John 2:19) of the community refused to acknowledge Jesus as the Christ (1 John 2:22) and denied that he was a true man (1 John 4:2).
www.nccbuscc.org /nab/bible/1john/intro.htm   (560 words)

 Warwick St. John Ambulance - First Aid Training   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Ambulance offers a variety of courses for both the general public and St. John Ambulance Members.
First Aid at Work - This covers the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) and HASAWA (Health and Safety at Work Act) legal requirements to be a first aider in the workplace.
This course is run for St. John members and can also be arranged for your company (a charge will be made for corporate courses).
freespace.virgin.net /stewart.watkiss/st_john/warwick/firstaid/training.html   (412 words)

The Secretary was so impressed with the simplicity and performance of the basic HONEST JOHN that he issued verbal instructions for the maximum acceleration of the development program.
This was the first attempt to compete HONEST JOHN components (the completed round was assembled in the field by Ordnance units) rather than sole source with Douglas.
The HONEST JOHN Senior was dropped from active consideration because of the high defense authority (lA) accorded to the HONEST JOHN improvement program as well as an existing shortage of research and development funds.
www.redstone.army.mil /history/systems/HONEST_JOHN.html   (2650 words)

 Manchester United Official Web Site - Club & News - Biography - 11:03:11 PM
John signed professional terms with United in August 1998 and made his first team debut just over a year later, away to Aston Villa in a Worthington Cup defeat.
John stepped up to earn his first senior cap on 15 August 2001, when he came on as an 84th minute substitute at home to Croatia.
John ended up with 32 Premiership appearances in 2002/03, at the end of which he picked up the first medal of his senior Reds career.
www.manutd.com /bio/bio.sps?iBiographyID=3319   (446 words)

 NPR's Jazz Profiles: John Coltrane: First Impressions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Bar none, John Coltrane is the most influential tenor saxophonist in jazz history.
He switched his instrument first from clarinet to alto saxophone, then again to tenor sax, and the city's bustling jazz scene offered many opportunities for both learning and playing.
With Gillespie, Coltrane recorded his first commercial record, "You Stole My Wife...You Horse Thief." Due to financial constraints and the changing trends in jazz, Gillespie trimmed his orchestra to a septet with that included Coltrane on tenor.
www.npr.org /programs/jazzprofiles/archive/coltrane_1.html   (755 words)

 Gnostics? Christians? What is the TRUTH? In First John the Truth becomes revealed in just 5 Chapters.
The Book of First John is an epistle authored by the same John that wrote the Gospel of John.
So John, being used by the Lord, was (in love) showing them the err of their ways.
In this epistle John warns us today of the Antichrist that is coming in the end times and to stay away from those who try to deceive you.
1john.jesusanswers.com   (297 words)

 John 1, First Letter, Apostle, Ephesus, Asia Minor, John the Elder
Consequently, if we were to say that we enjoyed fellowship with him and still went on living in darkness, we should be both telling and living a lie.
The agents of the anti-christ are children of the world, they speak the world's language and the world, of course, pays attention to what they say.
1 John 5:6-13 - Jesus Christ himself is the one who came by water and by blood - not by the water only, but by the water and the blood.
www.ccel.org /bible/phillips/CPn23John1.htm   (3683 words)

It was a daughter congregation of First St. Paul Ev.
First St. John was closed, and the buildings sold, in the early 1970's.
The church registers for 1st St. John are quite old and in remarkably good condition, but in order to preserve the information they contain, they need to be microfilmed.
www.geocities.com /buehlertal/StJohnChi.html   (743 words)

 Amazon.com: Books: My First Summer in the Sierra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Muir, a young Scottish immigrant, had not yet become the famed conservationist whom he liked to call "John o' the Mountains" when he first trekked into the foothills of the Sierra Nevada not long after the end of the Civil War.
John Muir was a naturalist who lived from 1834-1914, beginning his life in Wisconsin and later moving to California to observe the beautiful sierra mountains.
Whenever John would observe tourists going through the mountains, he would shake his head at their ignorance to the size and beauty of the area.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0395353513?v=glance   (2708 words)

 People For the American Way - John Ashcroft's First Year as Attorney General
John Ashcroft's tenure as attorney general threatens to reverse the nation's progress toward the goal of equal justice under the law and usher in a new era of civil liberties restrictions and civil rights abuses.
In his first weeks and months as attorney general, for example, Ashcroft led Bush administration efforts to fill key Justice Department and White House legal jobs with right-wing activists affiliated with the Federalist Society.
If that campaign is successful, we will witness the federal judiciary turning back the clock on seven decades of legal and social justice progress, dramatically affecting the daily lives of all Americans, their children, and their grandchildren.
www.pfaw.org /pfaw/general/default.aspx?oid=576   (856 words)

 John Deere Partners With St. Lawrence Homes to Build First Ever John Deere Signature Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Deere will provide custom landscape packages, standard plant warranties, irrigation systems and top-quality John Deere equipment with every home.
Homebuyers in the John Deere Signature Community will have the opportunity to choose from among three distinct John Deere landscaping packages - the Charleston, the Prairie and the Coastal - when they choose from the available 32 home plans.
John Deere (Deere and Company) (NYSE:DE) is the world's leading manufacturer of agricultural and forestry equipment; a leading supplier of equipment used in lawn, grounds and turf care; and a major manufacturer of construction equipment.
www.quote.com /qc/news/story.aspx?story=200506031427_PRN__PHF009&symbols=INDUSTRY:18   (671 words)

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