The Gospel of John (often simply John) is an account of the public ministry of Jesus, from his witness and affirmation by John the Baptist to his death, burial, Resurrection, and post-Resurrection appearances. It is fourth of the canonical gospels, after the synoptics Matthew, Mark and Luke.

Gospel of John in 1632Edit

A medieval manuscript of the Gospel of John was preserved by a dwindling Celtic Church in Scotland. The manscript was brought to Enoch Wiley in Grantville by Brother Aidan, a representative from the Celtic Church, to safeguard it until the monastery was rebuilt.[1]


  1. Grantville Gazette VIII