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The Gospel of John


Randall House 1989

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In this volume on John, Jack Stallings reveals both his expertise in handling the Scripture and his pastor's heart. He has given us a commentary on John that makes the teaching and events in Christ's ministry come alive. We always feel that we are right there, aware of the intentions and attitudes of our Lord, His disciples, and His antagonists. Stallings lays open the method of the Fourth Evangelist, including his "open secrets" and his overriding purpose. The Gospel becomes a work with an obvious unity, moving purposefully through the material, providing us with a thrust very different from that of the Synoptics, and yet without contradiction.

There are a few places in the Gospel where the texts have theological implications that speak specifically to issues involved in the "Arminian" theology. At certain locations, extended comments have been inserted on these theological issues.

Product Details

  • Title: The Gospel of John
  • Author: Jack W. Stallings
  • Editor: Robert E. Picirilli
  • Series: Randall House Bible Commentary
  • Publisher: Randall House
  • Publication Date: 1989
  • Pages: 295

About Jack Wilson Stallings

Jack Wilson Stallings was born in 1944 in Auroram, Missouri. He received his B.A. from Free Will Baptist Bible College in 1966 and the M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary in 1969. He has pastored in several states and has been since 1976 pastor of the Collinswood Free Will Baptist Church in Portsmouth, Virginia. In addition to his pastoral ministry, Mr. Stallings has taught at Southeastern Free Will Baptist College. His previous writings include various magazine articles, The Mandate for Christian Schools and Humanism.

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