The Gospel of John

Speaker(s): Michael Green
Date: 1990
Length: 20h34m
Product ID: RGDL2016S

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This series examines the two main lines of the Gospel of John (chapters 1-12 and 13-21) and explores the historical background and theological impact of the Gospel. Lectures include:

  • Authorship, Background, History, Etc...
  • Introduction: Great Themes in the Gospel
  • The Word, His Forerunner, and His First Disciples - Ch. 1
  • New Wine, New Temple, New Birth - Chs. 2-3
  • The Woman, the Boy, and the Invalid - Chs. 4-5
  • The Bread of Life and the Festival Water - Chs. 6-7
  • Spiritual Claims and Physical Blindness - Chs. 8-9
  • Shepherd and Lifegiver - Chs. 10-11
  • Anointed Messiah and Footwashing Slave - Chs. 12-14
  • The Vine, The Spirit, and the Prayer - Chs. 15-17
  • The Passion of Jesus - Chs. 18-19
  • The Resurrection of Jesus - Chs. 20-21

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Michael B. Green was a Senior Research Fellow and Head of Evangelism and Apologetics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He was Professor of Evangelism at Regent College from 1987 to 1992. He is author of over fifty books, including Who Is This Jesus?, Evangelism in the Early Church, Compelled by Joy, and Adventure of Faith: Reflections on 50 Years of Christian Service.

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