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eBook New Testament Commentary Exposition of the Gospel According to John: Two Volumes Complete in One ePub

by William Hendriksen

  • ISBN: 0801040515
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: William Hendriksen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Baker Pub Group (July 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 776
  • ePub book: 1466 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1890 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 338

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His discussion of the authorship of the Gospel is especially good, and he makes a compelling case for why John the disciple of Christ is indeed the author of the book.

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Two volumes complete in one; includes index

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It provides a comprehensive introduction to the Gospel of John.

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By putting the relationship thus, John is also avoiding the error of a complete identification of the two persons. To quote Tasker, ‘the Word does not by himself make up the entire Godhead’, .

The Gospel of John is one of the most popular and beloved books in the .

He does so admirably.

Since Hendriksen's death in 1982, the series has been continued by Simon J. Kistemaker. Four of the volumes compiled by Kistemaker earned the Gold Medallion Award (Hebrews, James and 1-3 John, Acts, and 1 Corinthians). Authors: William Hendriksen, Simon J.

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Comments

Zicelik Zicelik
Good condition
Preve Preve
Very good book and meets all my expectations.
Binar Binar
very nice book and very clean thanks
Ishnjurus Ishnjurus
I have purchased several of William Hendriksen's commentaries and his writing style and research just blows me away! He makes the scriptures come alive and he writes so simply anyone can follow along. I found that this read like a novel and I enjoyed chapter after chapter and found it hard to put down. That is unique I think for a commentary! I am a firm believer in checking things out and resources are clearly marked should you wish to do so. Anyone can write a good book but when it comes to the scriptures I look for a higher standard. This commentary on The Gospel of John fit the bill for me. Loved it and it will stay in my library so you will have to get your own copy lol.
invasion invasion
Very good so far
Dammy Dammy
William Hendriksen's commentary on the Gospel of John was originally published as two volumes. This edition combines the two volumes and is approximately 750 pages long. On the whole, Hendriksen's commentaries are excellent, and this one is no exception. His work is scholarly without being pedantic. Also, because most of the more technical points are covered in footnotes, a layperson, with little or no knowledge of Greek, will have little problem accessing the important information. Hendriksen's original translation of the text is on par with or even superior to many of the other translations that are readily available.
Amhirishes Amhirishes
Originally published in 1954 as two separate volumes, Wm. Hendriksen's commentary on the Gospel of John is one of the best there is on the Fourth Gospel. The edition under review, which includes both volumes, runs some 750 pages. However, while scholarly, it is not pedantic. Like the other volumes in the New Testament Commentary set (the last four volumes, from Hebrews through Revelation, having been written by Simon Kistemaker after the death of Hendriksen) it is quite accessible to the layperson. Although there are references to the Greek text, a knowledge of Greek is not necessary to understanding this commentary. For the most part, technical points are discussed in footnotes.

Hendriksen provides his own translation of John's Gospel. On the whole this is on a par with and in some instances even superior to other translations.

Besides the commentary on the text of John itself, Hendriksen provides a fairly extensive introduction (approximately 65 pages) in which he discusses authorship, date, and place, readers and purpose, characteristics, grammar, and the theme and divisions within the book. His discussion of the authorship of the Gospel is especially good, and he makes a compelling case for why John the disciple of Christ is indeed the author of the book.
For the past several months, I've been reading through this sizeable commentary (about 720 pages). It is part of the New Testament Commentary series co-authored by Hendricksen and Simon Kistemaker. In summary, this is a great commentary for in-depth study, daily devotions and teaching preparation. Each verse is expounded with helpful references and illumination. There is some use of Greek throughout the book, but not so much that it is cumbersome. I found that I could skip over the Greek parts and not lose Hendricksen's point at all. This is a reference work. You can read it cover to cover as I did, or you could read just the sections you need. This is not an expository commentary. Hendricksen does not provide a sermon on each verse or section. He provides just enough additional information to illuminate the passages without wasting words.