04. Gospel of John

 

The Historical Reliability of John

 

The Atonement in John’s Gospel

 

The Gospel of John: Introduction, Argument, Outline

 

Structure of John’s Gospel – The Present State of the Question

 

Approaching the Fourth Gospel

 

Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel: After Dodd, What?

 

Jesus as Rabbi in the Fourth Gospel

 

The Father and Son in the Fourth Gospel: Johannine Subordination Revisited

 

A Historical View of John’s Gospel

 

Spirit and Life: Some Reflections on Johannine Theology

 

The Importance of Signs in the Fourth Gospel

 

‘True’ and ‘Truth’ in the Johannine Writings

 

The Dead Sea Scrolls and St. John’s Gospel

 

Matthew and John on the Witness Stand

 

Literary Form in the Fourth Gospel

 

The Destination And Purpose of St John’s Gospel

 

Spirit-Baptism in the Fourth Gospel: A Messianic Reading of John 1:33

 

On the Style and Significance of John 17

 

The Text of John 3:13

 

Kerygma in the Fourth Gospel

 

Eschatology in John’s Gospel

 

Reading John 4:1-45: Some Diverse Hermeneutical Perspectives

 

The Beloved Disciple: His Name, His Story, His Thought

 

On the Inauthenticity of John 5:3b-4

 

Eating is Believing? On Midrash and the Mixing of Metaphors in John 6

 

Who Killed the Lord? A Defense Against the Charge of Anti-Semitism in John’s Gospel

 

The Logos Concept

 

John, Jesus and the Essennes: Trouble at the Temple

 

The Fourth Gospel: An Outline of the Problem and Evidence

 

The Incarnational Christology of John

 

The Holy Spirit’s Ministry in the Fourth Gospel

 

Topics from the Gospel of John: Part 1 -The Person of the Father

 

Topics from the Gospel of John: Part 2 – The Meaning of the Signs

 

Topics from the Gospel of John: Part 3 – The Meaning of “Witness” in John

 

Literary Keys to the Fourth Gospel (1) – The Symphonic Structure of John

 

Literary Keys to the Fourth Gospel (2) – The Author’s Testimony to Himself

 

Literary Keys to the Fourth Gospel (3) – The Old Testament and the Fourth Gospel

 

Literary Keys to the Fourth Gospel (4) – The Imagery of John

 

Jesus, Judas, and Peter: Character By Contrast in the Fourth Gospel

 

The Gospel of John: An Introduction

 

The Structure of John’s Gospel The Present State of the Question

 

Did the Author of the Fourth Gospel Intend to Write History?

 

John’s Gospel: Good News for Today

 

The Gospel of John

 

Glory & Suffering in the Fourth Gospel – A Paradox of Discipleship

 

The Distinctive Use of the OT in John’s Gospel

 

Exposition of the Gospel of John

 

Sermons on John

 

Series on John

 

Gospel of John

 

The Gospel of John – Sermon Transcripts

 

John Sermons

 

John Sermon Manuscripts

 

The Gospel According to John – Archive Index

 

Gospel of John Studies

 

Sermons on the Gospel of John

 

John – The IVP New Testament Commentary Series

 

Gospel of John Sermons

 

Sermons from the Gospel of John

 

Series on John

 

Highlights in the Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ

 

That You Might Believe: A Study of the Gospel of John

 

Studies in the Book of John

 

Commentary on the Gospel of John

 

Studies in John: Real Life in the Real World

 

Studies in the Gospel of John

 

A Study of the Book of John

 

Audio Sermons – 1st Timothy, Acts & the Gospel of John

 

John – MacPhail’s Manuscripts

 

Expostitory Sermons from John

 

The Gospel of John – Sermon Transcripts

 

The View from Above

 

The homilies on the Gospel of St. John. Pt. 1 of 2

 

The homilies on the Gospel of St. John. Pt. 2 of 2

 

The Gospel of John

 

 

 

Journals

 

The Gospel of John: An Introduction (James T. Dennison, Jr.)

 

Moisés Silva, “Approaching the Fourth Gospel,” Criswell Theological Review 3 (1988): 17-29.

 

John A. Burns, “Commenting on Commentaries on the Book of John,” Criswell Theological Review 3.1 (1988) 185-197.

 

The Gospel of John (William R. Cannon)

 

Coping in Jesus’ Absence (Jn. 9:1-41) (Fred B. Craddock)

 

A Twofold Death and Resurrection (Jn. 11:25-26) (Fred B. Craddock)

 

Commentary on the Gospel of John (Dr. Hall Harris)

 

The Theological Message of John 14:15-31 (Dr. Greg Herrick)

 

A Curious Man (John 3:1-17) (Margaret B. Hess)

 

Strangers in the Night (Psalm 95; Ex. 17:1-7; Rom. 5:1-11;Jn. 4:5-42) (Richard Lischer)

 

By Our Love (Jn. 13:31-35) (James C. Somerville)

 

John and I, II & III John (Bob Utley)

 

Rodney A. Whitacre, John. The IVP New Testament Commentary Series.

 

Peter W. Ensor, “The Authenticity of John 4.35,” The Evangelical Quarterly 72.1 (Jan.-Mar. 2000): 13-21.

 

The Historical Reliability of John (Craig L. Blomberg)

 

Leo G. Cox, “John’s witness to the historical Jesus,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 9.4 (Fall 1966): 173-178. Available: HERE and HERE

 

Craig A. Evans, “The Passion of Jesus: History Remembered or Prophecy Historicized?” Bulletin for Biblical Research 6 (1996): 159-165.

 

Recent Perspectives on the Reliability of the Gospels (Gary R. Habermas)

 

W. Bingham Hunter, “Contextual and genre implications for the historicity of John 11:41b-42,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 28.1 (March 1985): 53-70.

 

Matthew and John on the Witness Stand (Gregory Koukl)

 

Thomas D. Lea, “The Reliability of History in John’s Gospel,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 38.3 (Sept. 1995): 387-402. 

 

David Wenham, “A Historical View of John’s Gospel,” Themelios 23:2 (February 1998): 5-21.

 

James Muilenberg, “Literary Form in the Fourth Gospel,” Journal of Biblical Literature 51 (1932): 40-53.

 

John A.T. Robinson, “The Destination And Purpose of St John’s Gospel,” Twelve New Testament Studies. London: SCM Press Ltd., 1962. pp.107-125. = New Testament Studies VI (1960), 117-31.

 

James D. Dvorak, “The Relationship between John and the Synoptic Gospels,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 41.2 (June 1998): 201-213.

 

David Wenham, “Spirit and Life: Some Reflections on Johannine Theology,” Themelios 6.1 (1980): 4-8.


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