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Hendrickson Publishers, 1989 - Bibles - 386 pages
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This volume in the New International Biblical Commentary introduces and analyzes the major themes of the Fourth Gospel and carefully weaves those themes into the whole story of the good news. Michaels takes pains to offer modern readers fresh insights into John's mysteries and symbols that first-century readers would not have missed. The commentary's format will suit both general readers and serious students the section-by-section commentary is based on the NIV, technical notes are presented separately, and all Greek is transliterated.

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About the author (1989)

J. Ramsey Michaels, Professor of Religious Studies Emeritus at Missouri State University in Springfield, now lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He has written extensively in New Testament studies, including commentaries on First Peter, Revelation, and Hebrews, and most recently a major work on the Gospel of John. Currently he is preoccupied with Flannery O'Connor, and a commentary of a very different sort.