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1, 2, 3 John and Revelation

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Randall House 2010

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Overview

The letters of John are important. They give modern believers a snapshot of what life was like within the Christian community of Asia Minor in the first century. They point out that life was not always easy for Christians of the first and second generations. These three brief letters bring modern readers face to face with the external opposition as well as with the doctrinal errors and internal conflicts that the early churches confronted on a regular basis.

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  • Title: 1, 2, 3 John and Revelation
  • Authors: Thomas L. Marberry, Gwyn L. Pugh, Craig D. Shaw
  • Editor: Robert E. Picirilli
  • Series: Randall House Bible Commentary
  • Publisher: Randall House
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 503

About the Author

Thomas L. Marberry, B.A., M.Div., Ph.D., is an alumnus of Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, Baylor University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Marberry has pastored Free Will Baptist churches in Texas and Oklahoma. He has also held several denominational offices at the district, state, and national levels. For nine years he served as President of El Seminario Biblico La Cruz in Reynosa, Tamps., Mexico. He is currently Vice President for Academic Affairs and instructor at Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College in Moore, Oklahoma, where he has served for 26 years. Dr. Marberry is the author of numerous articles and book reviews.

Gwyn L. Pugh, born in Haleyville, AL in 1953 to A.L. and Audra Pugh, started training early for the privilege of writing in the Randall House Bible Commentary Series. Strong's preaching on the imminence of Christ's return stirred him to accept Christ at the age of ten. He graduated from Free Will Baptist Bible College with a B.S., from Covenant Theological Seminary with an M.Div., and from Trinity Theological Seminary with a Th.D.. He has written on many books of the Bible and has also contributed to Integrity: A Journal of Christian Thought.

Craig D. Shaw received his B.A. from Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College in 1988. Graduate studies were completed at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he received a M.Div. in 1992. He continued graduate studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary where he received a D.Min. in 2004. Dr. Shaw ministered as a pastor in churches in Texas and Oklahoma. His education service included Dean of Students, Professor, Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Hillsdale, where his regular teaching responsibilities included Greek, New Testament, and Church History at both the graduate and undergraduate level.

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