Reading and Studying the Gospel of John

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While preparing for messages in the Gospel of John part of my research leads to a few commentators/commentaries that seem to be very interested in undermining John’s message, composition and accuracy.  I found the following word as I have been reading up for a message from John 4:43-54.

Are we prepared to allow this inspired Gospel to be what it seems to be, or will we insist that it has to conform to our western preconceptions of what such a Gospel should be?

Borchert, G. L. (1996). John 1–11 (Vol. 25A, p. 222). Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers.

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