This commentary on John 13–21 is designed for every Believer who sits in Sunday schools or Bible studies and for their Bible teachers. Any Believer can study John’s Gospel through this commentary and answer for themselves the two basic questions: what does it mean, and what does it mean to me?
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The book begins with a brief review and defense of dispensational theology. The question of hermeneutics (interpretive methodology) is thoroughly examined, with a separate chapter on hermeneutics for eschatology. Then Dispensational eschatology is thoroughly discussed and contrasted with related issues in Covenant eschatology. Is the New Testament…
The author believes John’s Gospel is the accurate, authentic, and credible product of God the Holy Spirit and the Apostle John. John wrote a historically reliable account of that part of the public ministry of Jesus the Christ which was not revealed by the Synoptic Gospels. His message throughout is that Jesus is God the Son, the Son of God, the Christ, and most importantly, the Savior.
The commentary is thoroughly exegetical and explanatory. It is based on the author’s translation and covers necessary grammatical and theological details without being tedious or exhaustive. It takes a common-sense approach to difficult issues in the Gospel, seeing them in the light of Jesus’ historical and cultural setting. Other commentaries are compared and selectively used where profitable to the reader.