John the Baptist was a preparation minister. He came to prepare the way for Jesus Christ's ministry.s
No. John the Baptist was not married and had no children.
John the Baptist was a layperson in that he was not a priest like his father but more important John was a prophet (Luke 7:26) who prepared the way for the coming of the Messiah (Luke 1:17). Both of John's parents Zechariah and Elizabeth were from the priestly line of Aaron so John the Baptist was also a Levite.
Not at all, Jesus is the son for God (if you are Catholic and believe so) where as John the Baptist is one of Jesus' Disciples. John the Baptist baptized Jesus.
John the Baptist was not one of the writers of the New Testament. The fourth gospel is ascribed to the Apostle John and so is the book of Revelation or Apocalypse. John the apostle however is a different person than John the baptist.
Actually, we do not know the date of the birth of John the Baptist nor of the birth date of Jesus. However, the Church chose to celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25. John, according to scripture, was about 6 months older than Jesus so he was given the date of June 24.
No the bible does not say so.
Julius Caesar died is 44 BC and was not alive at the time of John the Baptist so he could not have hated him.
lol i think i am just typing this so i dont have to finsh my research paper on John The Baptist.
If you're asking the question, you probably are not, you should be aware of what you are following. ~ In Christianity John the Baptist is mentioned as he baptised Jesus - so a christian would in basic theory follow John . However, Amongst the 25 Prophets mentioned by God in the Quran, one name is Prophet John . It is assumed that too refers to "John The Baptist". so this is a link
There are relics of John the Baptist in a number of churches throughout Europe. The strange thing is that about 5 or 6 churches claim to have the head of John the Baptist. Perhaps one is the head of John as a baby, one as a child, one as a teen and so forth?
yes JESUS was baptised by john the baptist
There are a number of saints named John so you need to be specific. If you are referring to John the Baptist, yes, he was executed.
Because St. John also known as St. John the baptist was the first person to ever baptize somebody. He baptized Jesus in the Jordan river and many more people.
I don't think so soon after he baptized Jesus, John was beheaded.
The parents were old when John was born, so the age is also not certain.
John the Baptist was a special gift from God so that John could go with good news to the world and evangelize about Jesus. He also was to go to different cities and baptize people in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
A full hour or so ...
He was the Precursor Of the Christ. He was the one who identified Him as the Lamb Of God.
John the Baptist was not a Christian, as we typically think of Christians. John lived and died before Christ's death and resurrection, so he had no opportunity to become a Christian, per se. However, John the Baptist clearly lived a life exclusively dedicated to obedience to God, which is obviously a virtue Christians are commanded to exhibit.
No. The book known as John's Gospel was originally anonymous, so we will never really know who wrote it, but certainly the author was not John the Baptist. Late in the second century, the fourth gospel was attributed to the apostle John.
So that he could prepare people for Christ's Coming.
Because she identified Mary as the Mother Of God.
he is only 6mos. older
John Adams is so important because he signed the Declaration of Independence.