Of the four gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, it is generally accepted that the book of John was written last and includes unique perspectives about Jesus’s first miracle, the resurrection of Lazarus, the last week of Jesus’s earthly life, the crucifixion, and post-resurrection. In reading John, we are presented with a remarkable opportunity to experience what John felt most important for us to know about his friend, his Savior, his Jesus.
In an in-depth, verse-by-verse study of the book of John, Rebecca Barron examines what the Bible says about John, builds a profile of him, and provides introspective questions that encourage believers to apply God’s Word to their own lives. The questions cover John’s family and professional life, his time with Jesus, his contribution to the Bible, and then delve into chapters one through twenty-one of the book of John.
Study through the Book of John is a biblical study guide that offers thoughtful questions that lead believers through this unique gospel written between AD 85 and 95.