John the apostle wrote his gospel many years after Matthew, Mark, and Luke had penned theirs. Already the church was being plagued by error and attacks upon the person and work of God’s beloved Son, so under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, John sought to give clear testimony to the deity of Jesus Christ. He concentrates on presenting the miracles and words of Jesus and then interpreting them for his readers. His goal? That you, the reader, “. . . may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in His name” (John 20:31).
This course covers the last 13 chapters of John’s gospel.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction to the Book
- Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind (John 9)
- Jesus Is the Good Shepherd (John 10)
- Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead (John 11)
- Jesus Enters Jerusalem (John 12)
- Jesus Sets an Example of Humble Servanthood (John 13)
- Jesus Is the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14)
- Jesus Is the True Vine (John 15)
- Jesus Prepares His Disciples for the Future (John 16)
- Jesus Prays for His Own (John 17)
- Jesus Is Arrested and Tried (John 18)
- Jesus Dies for the World (John 19)
- Jesus Is Raised and Appears to His Disciples (John 20–21)