In this careful study for laity, Frances Taylor Gench examines thirteen central texts from the Gospel of John focusing on literary design, historical origins, and theological insights. Drawing on questions and issues raised by contemporary biblical scholars, Gench helps her readers see these texts anew. She explores the ethical challenges that these texts pose and discusses now this perplexing Gospel can inform Christian life and faith and the practice of daily ministry. Each chapter concludes with thoughtful and engaging study questions for individual or group use.
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