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Short answer: The two disciples of John the Baptist seem to be Andrew (per John 1:40) and John the Apostle. John’s Gospel: One key point in trying to identify the two disciples of John the Baptist is that, in writing the fourth Gospel, John the Evangelist/Apostle never names himself. As Gill says, he “always chooses to conceal himself”. The only point in ...


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Many commentaries suggest that "the other disciple" appears to have been John (that is, the author of the same Gospel). Some hold the view the disciple perhaps may have been Philip, or Thomas. The identity of the second of the Baptizer’s disciples is not mentioned in this pericope. Naturally a great deal of speculation has arisen as a result of this ...


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Yes, at least one is. In John 1:37 the two disciples follow Jesus, then in 1:40: One of the two which heard John speak, and followed him, was Andrew, Simon Peter's brother. Andrew went and fetched his brother Simon and said (1:41), "We have found the Messiah." As for who the other disciple was, the gospel does not tell us, and it seems beyond ...



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