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The message of John : here is your king! / Bruce Milne. [print]

By: Milne, Bruce [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Bible speaks todayPublication details: Leicester, England ; Downers Grove, Illinois : Inter-Varsity Press, [(c)1993. Description: 352 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830812334; 0851109713; 9780830812332; 9780851109718Subject(s): Bible. John -- CommentariesLOC classification: BS2615.3.M556.J646 1993BS2615.3.M659.M477 1993Online resources: Cover image COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
The ministry of the pre-incarnate king (1:1-18) ; The ministry of the incarnate king (1:19-19:42) ; The ministry of the risen king (20:1-21:25).
Summary: John's Gospel has long been a favorite among Christians. In it the truth of God in Christ is displayed in both childlike simplicity and penetrating depth. John the disciple of Jesus had known the Word of God incarnate. John the pastor and evangelist had contemplated the meaning of that unique person and event. Through the eyes of faith John retells the story of the Word, drawing out its meaning for his contemporaries so that they "might come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God" and "have life in his name." True to his mentor, the Fourth Evangelist, Bruce Milne has a passion for passing on this Word and helping others respeak it. As Milne puts it, "The mystery of Jesus Christ is the theme of this gospel; always beyond us, yet always summoning us to explore it more fully."--Back cover.
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Study guide (pages 322-352)

The ministry of the pre-incarnate king (1:1-18) ; The ministry of the incarnate king (1:19-19:42) ; The ministry of the risen king (20:1-21:25).

John's Gospel has long been a favorite among Christians. In it the truth of God in Christ is displayed in both childlike simplicity and penetrating depth. John the disciple of Jesus had known the Word of God incarnate. John the pastor and evangelist had contemplated the meaning of that unique person and event. Through the eyes of faith John retells the story of the Word, drawing out its meaning for his contemporaries so that they "might come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God" and "have life in his name." True to his mentor, the Fourth Evangelist, Bruce Milne has a passion for passing on this Word and helping others respeak it. As Milne puts it, "The mystery of Jesus Christ is the theme of this gospel; always beyond us, yet always summoning us to explore it more fully."--Back cover. Link to source of summary

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