John: Beloved Disciple
Dr Reymond takes the view that the Gospel, three epistles and Revelation attributed to "John" are in fact all the work of the one "beloved disciple" and apostle, John son of Zebedee. In this volume, Reymond identifies thematic links between...
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Dr Reymond takes the view that the Gospel, three epistles and Revelation attributed to "John" are in fact all the work of the one "beloved disciple" and apostle, John son of Zebedee. In this volume, Reymond identifies thematic links between the theologies of these five books, maintaining a high view of scripture and a conservative hermeneutic.
"Writing on a Biblical subject can be a major test for a systematic theologian for it will reveal the quality of his Biblical exegesis and so whether his theology is likely to be faithful to Scripture. Here Robert Reymond, a major American systematic theologian, passes this test with flying colours. This is a most valuable study of the doctrinal content of five New Testament books. He has a direct, unfussy style, quickly gets to the heart of each issue, marshals his arguments with admirable clarity, and shows deep concern that the witness of John to Christ should be taken with real seriousness." - Geoffrey Grogan, Glasgow Bible College
"Having whetted our appetite with his excellent book Paul - Missionary Theologian we are now further indebted through the publication of this work. Reymond is a significant scholar but above all he is a biblical theologian. Indeed, he is quite prepared to be critical of tradition if he believes that the biblical evidence justifies it. The result of painstaking study and yet accessible to all who have a serious interest in Scripture." - A.T.B. McGowan, Highland Theological College
"Opinions abound in the field of New Testament studies concerning the authorship, the geographic and temporal venues, the source (or sources) of the theology (some would say 'theologies') one finds in the Fourth Gospel, the Johannine epistles, and the Revelation, and whether or not the Johannine material advocates an incarnational Christology.
The second book in the series following on from the bestselling Rainforest AdventuresChildren are fascinated with the natural world around them and with facts and information about animals that they have never seen. However often good nature programmes on T.V. or articles in magazines centre on evolution and completely ignore the Creator. Each story has a Bible verse and lesson for the reader to take away. Written by someone who spent his life in the Rainforest this book has the added benefit of being written by someone who has been there lived there and experienced the culture not just someone who has read the encyclopaedias.
Examines the themes, concepts and theology of John in his gospel, his letters, and in Revelation. A superb analysis of the writings and theology of the books written by John. Reymond also responds to the two modern theologies of Bultmann and Kasemann.
Reymond is Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox Theological Seminary, Florida.