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Knowing Where to Stand (John's Epistles) (Welwyn Commentary Series)

Peter Barnes

Knowing Where to Stand (John's Epistles) (Welwyn Commentary Series)

Peter Barnes

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Peter Barnes shows how John gave his readers three main tests so that they could come to assurance of salvation and could tell, among the conflicting claims of different groups within the church, who was right and who was wrong on spiritual matters. 160 pages, from Evangelical Press.

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Peter Barnes shows how John gave his readers three main tests so that they could come to assurance of salvation and could tell, among the conflicting claims of different groups within the church, who was right and who was wrong on spiritual matters. 160 pages, from Evangelical Press.
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'Assurance is not essential to salvation, but it is essential to the joy of salvation' as Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones once said. John, who was by this time probably the last surviving apostle, wrote his first epistle to those who believed in the name of the Son of God in order that they might know that they possessed eternal life. In these days of spiritual and moral decline we stand in particular need of the message of John's epistles. We need to test ourselves first to see where we stand before God and then, with charity of heart and clarity of mind, we need to test the claims of others too. That is why John's epistles are so important for us. With good reason Martin Luther wrote of 1 John: 'I have never read a book written in simpler words than this one, and yet the words are inexpressible.' In this commentary Peter Barnes shows how John gave his readers three main tests so that they could come to assurance of salvation and could tell, among the conflicting claims of different groups within the church, who was right and who was wrong on spiritual matters. These three themes of right belief, love and obedience also figure prominently in John's shorter, and more personal, second and third epistles.
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Meet the Author

Peter Barnes

Peter Barnes (Ph.D., University of Sydney) is a Presbyterian pastor who lives in Sydney. He ministers at Revesby Presbyterian Church and lectures in Church History at the Presbyterian Theological Centre in Burwood. He has authored a number of books and commentaries including Galatians (Evangelical Press Study Commentary), Both Sides Now: Ecclesiastes and The Human Condition, Knowing Where To Stand (John's Epistles) Welwyn Commentary and The Gospel: Did Paul And Jesus Agree?

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  • Catalogue Code 126046
  • Product Code 0852344147
  • EAN 9780852344149
  • Pages 168
  • Department Academic
  • Category New Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category 1 John
  • Publisher Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date Aug 1998
  • Sales Rank #26499
  • Dimensions 216 x 138 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.220kg

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