FOCUSed15 Podcast – Episode #12 (Season 2)
We come to our last gospel episode. We hit Matthew, Mark, Luke, and now it’s John’s turn. We hope you’ve found these quick episodes an informative and helpful starting point to your study of a book of a Bible. Listen in to this quick 15 minute episode to learn what is unique about the book of John.
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IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT:
- Chris’ new title!
- The author, John, and how he was in the inner core of Jesus’ disciples
- Katie’s past confusion of all the different Johns
- Who John’s audience was and when this gospel was written
- The aim behind John’s writings
- What makes the Gospel of John unique compared to the other 3 gospels
- The 7 “I am” statements of Jesus
- Chris’ sermons on John
- What do I need to know about the Gospel of Matthew?
- What do I need to know about the Gospel of Mark?
- What do I need to know about the Gospel of Luke?
ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED RESOURCES:
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- ESV Study Bible – A great resource for any book of the Bible. Includes all the basic info you would need to know about a book (author, audience, aim) and more.
- Exalting Jesus in John (All of the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary series is very easy to understand)
- New American Commentary – both of us have used in our Logos library
- Baker Exegetical Commentary on John
- (Chris says the whole Baker Exegetical Commentary series is excellent)
- The New International Commentary on the New Testament
SERMONS ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN:
- Desiring God Library – Sermons on John
- The Village Church Library – Sermons on John
- Radical Library – Sermons on John
- Pioneer Baptist Church – Sermons on John
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