This article answers the title with an affirmative Yes. However, it is the explanation to this answer that is important. The author explains that the Gospel of John not only presents history, but a biographical history of Jesus.
In this article, the author conducts a methodical study of the practice of hospitality among Christians and how hospitality should be understood in today's context. The author discusses this matter by referring to the philosophy of Jacques Derrida, the writings of the apostle John, and also the present-day context.
Looking at the glorified body of Christ descrdibed in John 20:27 in relationship to Hebrews 2:10, this article shows that Jesus's glorified body has scars and wounds on it. This is crucial in order to show the permanence of the priesthood of Christ. Christ's glorified body reassures us that just as Christ's sufferings were and are eternally purposeful, so are ours; scars and wounds are not contrary to perfection.
This article analyses the thoughts of John Calvin on ecology using the approach of redemptive history. The author discusses Calvin's view on the goodness of creation, and concept of being imitators of God in preserving nature. Christians can enjoy the goodness of nature and be sensitive to its fragile nature without embracing secular environmentalism.