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    The Message of Nicodemus


    Keith J. Wilson, “The Message of Nicodemus,” in  Religious Educator  1, no. 1 (2000): 57-70. The Message of Nicodemus Keith J. Wilson Keith J. Wilson was Assistant Professor of Ancient Scripture ... it is intriguing to examine a prominent individual who is exclusive to the New Testament record of John. Nicodemus ...

    From RE 1 (2000) of The Religious Educator

    Nicodemus: Coward or Convert?


    9, no. 3 (2008): 49-62. Nicodemus: Coward or Convert? Sidney R. Sandstrom ... living in Smyrna, Tennessee.               Nicodemus is often portrayed as a cowardly or vacillating person. One commentary, for example, states that Nicodemus sought out “Jesus in ‘the night’ which ...

    From Volume 9 Number 3, 2008 of The Religious Educator



    Wilson’s “The Message of Nicodemus,” readers will find the answers to the questions “Why does Nicodemus ... Nicodemus?” and find themselves rethinking their own relationship to the Savior. The New Testament is also ...

    From Volume 1 Number 1, 2000 of The Religious Educator

    "Religious Educator" Articles Related to the New Testament


    in the Gospel of John Blair G. Van Dyke Vol. 9, no. 3 (2008)   Nicodemus: Coward or Convert? Sidney R. Sandstrom Vol. 9, no. 3 (2008)   The Message of Nicodemus Keith J. Wilson Vol. 1, Spring (2000)   Jesus Christ ...

    From RE 13, no. 3 (2012) of The Religious Educator

    “These Miracles That Thou Doest”: A Student’s Tribute to Gospel Teachers


    to be a truly inspired gospel teacher. On a late night, Nicodemus, a Pharisee and a ruler of the Jews, came ... Nicodemus told the Master, “We know that thou art a teacher come from God: for no man can do ... slow-to-understand Nicodemus offers a powerful truth. Indeed, a very real sign that follows those called of God ...

    From Volume 3 Number 1, 2002 of The Religious Educator

    Teaching Legacy – Robert J. Matthews

    Religious Education Review Article

    where we must go. When Nicodemus came to Jesus by night, he addressed the Master with these words: ... except God be with him” (John 3:2). I would like to borrow Nicodemus’s words and apply them to Robert ...

    From Fall 2010

    Eric D. Huntsman

    dialogue with Nicodemus (see John 3:1–21), His discourse on the water of life with the Samaritan woman ... being lifted up. The first of these occurs during the dialogue with Nicodemus in chapter 3, when Jesus teaches Nicodemus that while Jesus is the one who brings eternal life through birth of the water ...

    A Viewpoint on the Supposedly Lost Gospel Q


    Nicodemus came to Jesus “by night” (John 3:2). We could consider the following: In what ways might the woman’s and Nicodemus’s approaches to Jesus be understood symbolically? In what ways are they different? ... be symbolic that Nicodemus met Jesus at night?” “Why do you think John mentions that Jesus had to go through ...

    From Volume 5 Number 3, 2004 of The Religious Educator

    “ Written, That Ye Might Believe”: Literary Features of the Gospels


    people. The careful reader will recall that in the previous chapter, Nicodemus came to Jesus “by night” (John 3:2). We could consider the following: In what ways might the woman’s and Nicodemus’s approaches ... in the record?” “Do you think it might be symbolic that Nicodemus met Jesus at night?” “Why do you think John ...

    From RE 5, no. 3 (2004) of The Religious Educator

    1. Rebirth in Christ: A Latter-day Saint Perspective


    19:1–6. The Savior declared to Nicodemus, “Except a man be born of water [i.e., baptism], ... There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews: The same came to Jesus by night, and said ... Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man ...

    From Salvation in Christ: Comparative Christian Views