• Title: The Gospel Of John
  • Author: William Barclay
  • ISBN: 9780715207857
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Gospel Of John The Gospel of John part of a series of daily study readings of the New Daily Study Bible incorporates the kind of language that is appropriate for st century readers
    The Gospel of John, part of a series of daily study readings of the New Daily Study Bible, incorporates the kind of language that is appropriate for 21st century readers.

    One Reply to “The Gospel Of John”

    1. Recommended by my pastor at First Baptist Church of Richmond VA. I have enjoyed the Barclay series of study guides.

    2. Again, read this in tandem with Michael Card's Biblical Imagination commentary. Each author was helpful; together they were powerful.Barclay's insights into the vocabulary and background of the books is always impressive. He explains away rather a lot of the elements, but does not impose his views.Now, for the hard part: Having worked through the four gospels, which title next? Since these have been part of my morning reading, I guess I have a day to decide!

    3. I've gotten so much from Barclay's commentaries on Matthew, Mark and Luke, that I gave each a 5-star rating. Can I add an extra star for the Gospel of John? If I had to choose which volume to keep, it would be this one. Barclay's detailed coverage of history, politics, Judaism, ancient philosophy and culture gives a whole added dimension to John's gospel.

    4. William Barclay is one of the sharpest minds to have written biblical material. no one knows the original languages and culture like he does. all his books are excellent resources for Bible teachers and those seeking to deepen their understanding of scripture.

    5. This is a great companion to scripture study. Barclay is theologically and historically grounded but is also applicable to any Christian believer.

    6. Again, just reading the gospel, maybe a footnote here or there, but focussing on the writings themselves.

    7. Read earlier in the year, in tandem with Michael Card series. Excellent, as is to be expected of this series.

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