Discussion Question 1
As directed in the introduction to my article (p. 69), "... turn to John 22:2-25 and read it slowly and prayerfully. Notice the vivid details of setting, action, and words in this vital narrative of the faith of the Johannine community. Place yourself in the scenes and pay attention to your reactions."

Discussion Question 2
In reading John 22 and the article, which biblical characters do you most identify with: Jesus, Simon Peter, the Beloved Disciple, or the other disciples? Why?

Discussion Question 3
Do the movements of John 22 as described on pp.70-72 seem to provide a good model for theological reflection in ministry? Why or why not?