John Moody Gospel Commentary

Author: J. Carl L. Laney
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 0802477577
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Dr. Carl Laney takes the reader verse-by-verse through John's Gospel to ensure interpretive continuity.

Abingdon New Testament Commentaries John

Author: D. Moody Smith
Editor: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 142675048X
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In this volume, Smith views the Fourth Gospel within several contexts in order to illuminate its specific purposes and achievements. A growing consensus of recent scholarship (including Martyn, Raymond E. Brown, Meeks) seeks the roots of this Gospel and its traditions in the conflict between Jesus' followers and opponents within Judaism. In their struggles, Jesus' followers are encouraged and strengthened by his continuing presence in the Spirit, which articulates his meaning for new situations. Although distinctive, Johannine Christianity does not develop in complete isolation from the broader Christian Gospels. Out of a fascinating, if complex, setting develops the strikingly unique statement of Christian faith, practice, and doctrine found in the Gospel of John. The purpose of this commentary is to enable the reader to comprehend that statement in historical perspective in order to appreciate its meaning and significance.

John

Author: J. Carl Laney
Editor: Moody Pub
ISBN: 9780802456212
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Moody brings you an in-depth look into the teaching from the gospel of John.

Exploring The Gospel Of Luke

Author: John Phillips
Editor: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 9780825433771
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Another new release of the highly sought-after classic commentary series from one of the most respected and articulate expositors of the twentieth century. "John Phillips writes with enthusiasm and clarity, ...cutting through the confusion and heretical dangers associated with Bible interpretation." -Moody Magazine

Peter In The Gospel Of John

Author: Brad Blaine
Editor: Society of Biblical Lit
ISBN: 1589832728
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Nelson S New Testament Survey

Author: Mark Bailey
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418540870
Size: 17,11 MB
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Each book of the New Testament is introduced and investigated with scholarship and biblical faithfulness. Includes all the information usually found in a Bible handbook - author, date, historical background, purpose, outline - but it goes much further. The authors provide an exposition of every passage in the New Testament, written in contemporary, understandable language. Sidebars and inserts offer other valuable reference material such as lists of the parables of Jesus, the miracles of Jesus, and key theological principles.

New Perspectives On Healing Restoration And Reconciliation In John S Gospel

Author: Jacobus Kok
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004267808
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In New Perspectives on Healing, Restoration and Reconciliation in John’s Gospel, Jacobus (Kobus) Kok offers just that: Fresh perspectives on the healing narratives that go beyond the impasse of traditional Western approaches by drawing on the insights of social sciences.

John

Author: Moody Roberts
Editor:
ISBN: 9781720610878
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This book is a brief commentary on the Gospel of John in the New Testament. It is developed after 60 years of study, but it is fresh with a simple presentation that is easily understandable. It will take the reader step by step from the introduction of Jesus and His deity through His ministry all the way to his death and resurrection. There is much theology in it, but it is rendered in simple terms. You will thrill at the deity and humanity of our Savior.

Jesus Research

Author: James H. Charlesworth
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0567681351
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Most experts who seek to understand the historical Jesus focus only on the Synoptic Gospels of Mark, Matthew and Luke. However, the contributors of this volume come to an important consensus: that the Gospel of John preserves traditions that are independent of the Synoptics, and which are often as reliable as any known traditions for understanding the historical Jesus. As such, the contributors argue for the use of John's Gospel in Jesus research. The volume contains various critical approaches to historical inquiry in the Gospel of John, including new evaluations of the relationship between John and the Synoptics, literary and rhetorical approaches, comparative analysis of other early traditions, the judicious use of archaeological data, and historical interpretation of John's theological tendencies. Contributing scholars include Dale C. Allison, Jr., Paul N. Anderson, Harold W. Attridge, James H. Charlesworth, R. Alan Culpepper, Michael A. Daise, Craig S. Keener, George L. Parsenios, Petr PokornĂ˝, Jan Roskovec, and Urban C. von Wahlde, who help to reassess fully the historical study of John's gospel, particularly with respect to the person of Jesus.

John 1 11 Macarthur New Testament Commentary

Author: John F. MacArthur
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 9780802480446
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From one of today's top-selling commentary series comes volume one of the Gospel of John, the 25th installment to the MacArthur New Testament Commentary series. John MacArthur gives verse-by-verse analysis in context and provides points of application for passages, illuminating the biblical text in practical and relevant ways. The series has been praised for its accessibility to lay leaders, and is a must-have for every pastor's library.