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The Gospel of John, Volume 5: Triumph through Tragedy (John 18–21): An Expositional Commentary

The Gospel of John, Volume 5: Triumph through Tragedy (John 18–21): An Expositional Commentary

James Montgomery Boice

| Baker | 1999

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“In the wisdom and purpose of God,” says James Montgomery Boice, “the tragedy of the cross is a triumph since it is this that makes salvation possible.”

More than a message of Christ’s triumph, the final chapters of the Gospel of John describe how we can triumph as well. Volume 5 covers chapters 18–21 and deals with the culmination of Christ’s earthly ministry, centering on his betrayal, trial, death, and resurrection. Topics discussed include

• “The Charge against the Prisoner” (18:19–24)

• “Words from the Cross” (19:25–27)

• “For Whom Did Christ Die?” (19:30)

• “The Not-Quite-Empty Tomb” (20:1–10)

• “The Best News Ever Heard” (20:18)

• “Christ’s Last Word” (21:22)

Author Bio

James Montgomery Boice (July 7, 1938–June 15, 2000) was a Reformed theologian and pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia from 1968 until his death. He received degrees from Harvard University, Princeton Theological Seminary, University of Basel in Switzerland and Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

Boice served as senior pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was president and cofounder of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, the parent organization of The Bible Study Hour radio broadcast on which Boice was a speaker for more than 30 years. He also served as chairman of the International Council of Biblical Inerrancy for over ten years.

Boice’s 27-volume Expositional Commentary set reflects his years of experience in the pulpit. He also authored Foundations of the Christian Faith which provides a readable overview of Christian theology.

 

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This title is also included as a part of the following collection

  1. Boice’s Expositional Commentaries (27 vols.)