Self Study Guide John (Self-study Guide Series)
Contents Introduction 1. Background And Survey 2. Prologue: "The Word Made Flesh" 3. Witnesses And Discoveries Of Jesus 4. Miracle Worker And Voice Of Authority 5. Teacher Come From God 6. "This Is Indeed The Christ" 7. Persecution Against Jesus...
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Contents Introduction 1. Background And Survey 2. Prologue: "The Word Made Flesh" 3. Witnesses And Discoveries Of Jesus 4. Miracle Worker And Voice Of Authority 5. Teacher Come From God 6. "This Is Indeed The Christ" 7. Persecution Against Jesus Begins 8. Bread Of Life Refused 9. Attempts To Arrest Jesus 10. Light Of The World Rejected 11. The Good Shepherd Spurned 12. The King Of Israel Enters Jerusalem 13. Events Attending The Last Supper 14. Farewell Discourses 15. High-Priestly Prayer 16. Arrested And Tried 17. Crucified And Buried 18. Signs Of The Resurrected Jesus 19. Postresurrection Appearances In Galilee A Review Of John The Geography Of John's Gospel Bibliography P. 112
The book of John is usually the first to be studied by new Christians and newly created study groups because it is a primer for the study of foundational truths. John deals with the nature and Person of Christ and what is means to have faith in Him. In this self-study guide you will learn about seven important miracles, of which five are not recorded anywhere else in Scripture, and how John used those miracles to reveal the Person and mission of Jesus Christ.
Exploring the Bible's message is easy and exciting with these complete do-it-yourself Bible study guides. Each study includes helpful outlines, charts, maps, diagrams and explanations. For personal, group or classroom use.
IRVING L. JENSEN (B.A., Wagner College; S.T.B., Biblical Seminary; Th.D., Northwestern Theological Seminary), was professor and chairman of the department of Bible at Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee, and the author of numerous books, including the entire Bible Self-Study Series; Jensen's Survey of the Old Testament; Jensen's Survey of the New Testament; Jensen's Bible Study Charts; Acts: An Inductive Study; Independent Bible Study; and How to Profit from Bible Reading.