So That You May Believe: The Apologetic Nature of John's Gospel
Holy Fire Publishing, 2005 - 104 sider
he Gospel of St. John is a favorite among Christians. For centuries John's Gospel has warmed and perplexed the hearts and minds of God's people. The Fourth Gospel is a literary masterpiece that has an apologetic nature woven into its many textures and contours. The Gospel of John takes the reader from darkness to light, from the natural to the supernatural, from death to eternal life, and from the facts to a living personal relationship with Jesus. So That You May Believe is a printing of a lecture by Dr. Chad Foster on the apologetic nature within John's Gospel.
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