|Author:||Robert E Obach,Albert Kirk|
|Subcategory:||Bible Study & Reference|
|Publisher:||Academic Renewal Press (November 15, 2002)|
|Other formats:||lrf mbr azw lrf|
Albert Kirk, Robert E. Obach.
Albert Kirk, Robert E. For each chapter of the book, study guide questions are provided to stimulate discussion and prayer among small groups of people who are studying the Gospel. Readers will find a good blend of contemporary biblical scholarship, ideas for personal reflection, and ways to organize a study meeting.
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Albert Kirk is a pastor and religious educator in the Diocese of Memphis. Robert E. Obach is coordinator of Adult Education for the Diocese of Memphis.
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The Gospel of John is one of the most popular and beloved books in the Bible, and this fact is reflected in the sheer number .
Choosing a top five, therefore, is more difficult with this book than it is with most of the others.
Keener relentlessly pursues all the possible sources for the Johannine story
Keener relentlessly pursues all the possible sources for the Johannine story.
This book resolves so many tensions. Ellis discerns the structure of John's portrait of Jesus. Chiastic analysis of biblical texts serves multiple purposes. In the case of the Fourth Gospel, it demonstrates the integrity and the unity of the text. Without knowing this structure the gospel can be a collection of confusing details. Ellis presents the material competently and convincingly. Once persuaded, one can then begin to appreciate the brilliance and artistry of John, who was a masterful literary architect.
Excerpt from book: to Matthew remain. for separate treatment, but because of its association with the name of the Apostle Matthew, we are justified in setting forth what is known about him. III. The Apostle Matthew There is not a great deal that is known of Matthew outside of the Gospels. His name occurs once in the Acts of the Apostles in the list of those in "the upper chamber" (1: 13).