The Epistles of John (Reprint)

Zane C. Hodges

$8.95

Walking in the Light of God’s Love

There are other New Testament letters which are much longer and seemingly more important than the Epistles of John. Yet these three small letters are verse for verse some of the most profound writings in the entire Bible. While the vocabulary in these letters is simple, the thoughts are profound.

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There are other New Testament letters which are much longer and seemingly more important than the Epistles of John. Yet these three small letters are verse for verse some of the most profound writings in the entire Bible. While the vocabulary in these letters is simple, the thoughts are profound.

These three epistles have long been at the center of the gospel debate. Entire books on assurance have been written based on an extremely unfortunate misunderstanding of First John. Such books undermine assurance by wrongly pointing readers to their works, rather than Christ, for their assurance.

In this remarkable commentary the reader will find both solid exegesis and practical application. This is a commentary that is sure to equip and encourage believers until Christ returns.

Zane’s explanation of these epistles will remove any confusion you may have about them. His analysis is simple, like the text of the Epistles, yet profound in the challenges and implications to the Christian’s life. This is simply the best commentary on the Epistles of John.
Brad Doskocil, GES Board Member
Long Beach, CA

Those familiar with the writings of Zane Hodges have come to expect excellent scholarship combined with unusual insight and practical relevance. Readers of this commentary on the letters of John will find these expectations fully met and more…  It would be a flagrant disservice merely to recommend this commentary. No finer exposition on the Epistles of John can be found in print.
Dr. John F. Hart, Professor of the Bible
Moody Bible Institute

zaneZane Hodges was the founder and president of Kerugma, Inc. Prior to Kerugma, he taught NT Greek and exegesis at Dallas Theological Seminary for 27 years. Over the course of fifty years of ministry Zane authored many other books and articles, which are available through GES. Zane finished the race on November 23, 2008 (2 Tim 4:7).

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Weight 1.125 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 0.625 in
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