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A Commentary on the Gospel of John
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John is a remarkable Gospel, utterly different from the other three. It reflects the unique insights of the man who was closest to Jesus while he was on earth, and is full of a concern that we should not just know about what Jesus did, but should also realise who he was. It reflects, too, Johns burden that believers in Jesus should not be sidetracked by erroneous teaching, whether concerning Jesus identity or the veracity of his claims. He wanted believers to be absolutely sure that eyewitnesses, Jesus own words and his astonishing works all point to one who was truly God come in the flesh, the living Word, the very glory of God among humanity. Johns collected evidence and proof all make the most compelling testimony to Jesus right to demand our ongoing trust and obedience.
A Commentary on the Gospel of John by David Pawson was published by Anchor Recordings in June 2013 and is our 21708th best seller. The ISBN for A Commentary on the Gospel of John is 9780957529038.
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A Commentary on the Gospel of JohnAlan Hill, via The Good Book Stall
This book will help the average Christian to understand at a much deeper level the wonderful gospel of John. Writing from an evangelical position Mr Pawson seeks to open up the word of God to us. In general his interpretation is sound although inevitably not everyone will agree with all his conclusions.
This book is not a verse by verse commentary but rather sermonic in structure. Therefore do not expect to find an explanation of every text. For instance John 3:16 is passed over completely. On the other side there is a great deal of background information that helps us to understand what we are reading.
The sermonic structure is clear in every chapter. Each starts with an introduction and is followed by 3 or 4 points. Each chapter usually has just one main theme. Mr Pawson's writing is easy to read and the book is full of illustrations and applications.
One added bonus is a fascinating introduction in which he compares and contrasts John to the other three gospels.
This book could be used with profit during your daily devotions. Preachers will also find many suggestions for sermon outlines.
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Details for A Commentary on the Gospel of John
|Page last updated||26th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||David Pawson|
|Publisher||Anchor Recordings (June 2013)|
|Number of Pages||500|