The Epistles of John

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Jul 14, 1978 - Religion - 292 pages
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The three Epistles of John, according to the author, are concerned with the fundamentals of Christian belief and life -- faith and love. The reader who grasps the message of these short but essential letters will have a sound basis in Christian doctrine. This group of Epistles is also a good starting point for the study of the Gospel of John. This important commentary was written not only so that students of the Bible might master the content of John's Epistles, but that they might come to a proper understanding of Johannine theology as a whole.
 

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Review: The Epistles of John, New International Commentary on the New Testament, NICNT, Revised

User Review  - Steven D'Addario - Christianbook.com

Although I have only begun to dabble in it, this seems like an excellent commentary, one that I would highly recommend to anyone.As for the mention of Cyprian, I would (out of all care, respect and ... Read full review

Review: The Epistles of John: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]

User Review  - Peter Amue - Christianbook.com

Marshalls commentary on the three epistles on John is an outstanding commentary. It is a commentary that is useful to the scholar as well as the lay preacher. This commentary, like others written on ... Read full review

Contents

VI
9
VII
14
VIII
22
IX
27
X
31
XI
42
XII
48
XIII
49
XXIV
108
XXV
120
XXVI
134
XXVII
147
XXVIII
164
XXIX
175
XXX
188
XXXI
196

XIV
59
XV
65
XVI
68
XVII
75
XVIII
81
XIX
84
XX
88
XXI
92
XXII
94
XXIII
99
XXXII
203
XXXIII
210
XXXIV
218
XXXV
230
XXXVI
242
XXXVII
257
XXXVIII
260
XXXIX
264
XL
272
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I. Howard Marshall is professor emeritus of New Testament exegesis and honorary research professor at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. His many books include New Testament Theology: Many Witnesses, One Gospel and Beyond the Bibl

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