The fourth book of the New Testament can truly be called the evangelical gospel and many have been saved through messages, tracts and books based on verses and passages taken from it.
But for for whom did John write his Gospel? When did he write it? Why did he write it? How does it fit in with the rest of the New Testament? Where does it come in the overall plan of God?
Ernest Streets has covered much ground in a few pages but his suggestions will stimulate every diligent reader of the Bible.
|Book / Booklet|
|Target Audience||People who like to study the Bible in depth|
|Date of Publication||1985|
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