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Interpreting the Gospel of John: A Practical Guide, 2nd ed.

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ISBN: 9781441257475
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Overview

This classroom favorite by respected New Testament scholar Gary Burge is a practical resource for students and scholars. The expanded second edition, revised to take account of current scholarship, introduces software tools that have become available since the original edition was published. Combining original insight with how-to guidance, this introduction to the Gospel of John helps students interpret the text and apply it in teaching and preaching.

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  • Classroom tools for teaching the Gospel of John
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  • Title: Interpreting the Gospel of John: A Practical Guide
  • Author: Gary M. Burge
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Series: Guides to New Testament Exegesis
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 224
  • Resource Type: Introductions
  • Topic: Hermeneutics and Interpretation

Gary M. Burge (PhD, King’s College, Aberdeen University) is a professor of New Testament in the department of Biblical and theological studies at Wheaton College and Graduate School. Gary has authored a number of books, including Who Are God’s People in the Middle East? What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians; John and Letters of John in the NIV Application Commentary series; The New Testament in Antiquity (coauthored with Lynn Cohick and Gene Green); and the first three volumes in the Ancient Context, Ancient Faith series. Gary specializes in the Middle East, its churches, and its history in the Hellenistic period.