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Author: J Ramsey Michaels; W Ward Gasque
Publisher: Peabody, Mass. : Hendrickson Publishers, ©1989.
Series: New International biblical commentary, 4.
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This volume in the New International Biblical Commentary introduces and analyzes the major themes of the Fourth Gospel and carefully weaves those themes into the whole story of the good news. Michaels takes pains to offer modern readers fresh insights into John's mysteries and symbols that first-century readers would not have missed. The commentary's format will suit both general readers and serious students-the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Commentaires
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Ramsey Michaels; W Ward Gasque
ISBN: 0943575141 9780943575148 0853646589 9780853646587
OCLC Number: 20693677
Description: xii, 386 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: The word of life (John 1:1-18) --
The first two days: John the Baptist's message (John 1:19-34) --
The next two days: the call of the disciples (John 1:35-51) --
The last two days: a wedding in Galilee (John 2:1-12) --
The first Passover (John 2:13-25) --
Jesus and Nicodemus (John 3:1-21) --
Jesus and John the Baptist (John 3:22-30) --
He who comes from Heaven (John 3:31-36) --
Jesus and the Samaritan woman (John 4:1-42) Jesus and the official's son (John 4:43-54) --
The healing at the pool (John 5:1-18) --
The Father and the Son (John 5:19-29) --
Witnesses to Jesus (John 5:30-47) --
The feeding of the five thousand (John 6:1-15) --
Jesus walks on the water (John 6:16-25) --
Jesus the bread of life (John 6:26-59) --
The words of eternal life (John 6:60-71) --
Jesus and his brothers (John 7:1-13) --
Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles (John 7:14-27) --
"I am from Him and He send me" (John 7:28-36) The last day of the feast (John 7:37-8:20) --
Jesus and the unbelievers (John 8:21-29) --
Jesus and those who "believed" (John 8:30-59) --
The man born blind (John 9:1-12) --
The investigation (John 9:13-34) --
Spiritual blindness (John 9:35-41) --
Jesus the Good Shepherd (John 10:1-21) --
Jesus is rejected (John 10:22-39) --
From Bethany to Bethany (John 10:40-11:16) --
The raising of Lazarus (John 11:17-44) --
The verdict against Jesus (John 11:45-54) The last Passover (John 11:55-12:11) --
The Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem (John 12:12-19) --
Jesus speaks of His death (John 12:20-36) --
Unbelief or belief? (John 12:37-50) --
Jesus washes His disciples' feet (John 13:1-20) --
Jesus predicts His betrayal (John 13:21-30) --
Three decisive pronouncements (John 13:31-35) --
The impending departure I (John 13:36-14:31) Jesus' love and the world's hatred (John 15:1-16:4a) --
The impending departure II (John 16:4b-33) --
Jesus prays for His disciples (John 17:1-26) --
The arrest of Jesus (John 18:1-14) --
Jesus and the High Priest (John 18:15-27) --
Pilate and the condemnation of Jesus (John 18:28-19:16a) --
crucified, dead, and buried (John 19:16b-42) --
The empty tomb and the first appearance (John 20:1-18) --
The second appearance and its sequel (John 20:19-31) --
The third appearance (John 21:1-14) --
Jesus, Peter, and the beloved disciple (John 21:15-25).
Series Title: New International biblical commentary, 4.
Responsibility: J. Ramsey Michaels ; New Testament editor, W. Ward Gasque.
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This volume in the New International Biblical Commentary introduces and analyzes the major themes of the Fourth Gospel and carefully weaves those themes into the whole story of the good news. Michaels takes pains to offer modern readers fresh insights into John's mysteries and symbols that first-century readers would not have missed. The commentary's format will suit both general readers and serious students-the section-by-section commentary is based on the NIV, technical notes are presented separately, and all Greek is transliterated. - Publisher.

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