3 edition of commentary on the Epistles of St. John found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Bible. N.T. Epistles of John. English. Repp. 1837.|
|Statement||by Friedrich Lücke ; translated from the German, with additional notes, by Thorleif Gudmundson Repp.|
|Series||Biblical cabinet -- v.15|
|Contributions||Repp, Þorleifur Guðmundsson, 1794-1857.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 384 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||384|
The Epistles of St. John. The Books of the New Testament — Leighton Pullan. THE FIRST EPISTLE GENERAL OF JOHN [Sidenote: The Author.] The authenticity of this Epistle is bound up with the authenticity of St. John's Gospel. Like the Gospel, it does not contain any statement as to the name of the author. Like the Gospel, it is attributed by a. Lastly (to add no more instances, which may be easily seen in comparing this epistle with that gospel), they agree in the allusion to, or application of, that passage in that gospel which relates (and which alone relates) the issuing of water and blood out of the Redeemer's opened side: This is he that came by water and blood, 1 John Thus.
Assessing authorship, intended audience, scope of doctrine, and composition of the text, Gottfried C. F. Lücke provides thorough exposition of the text with regard for Ecclesiastical and historical interpretation. Lücke actively engages the audience to look at the differences between heuristic and theopneustic doctrines displayed throughout the Epistle. Commentary on the Epistle of St. James by Rev. Tucker Cordani on in Catechesis, Columnists, Featured, Learn & Live the Faith James “the brother of the Lord,” was a kinsman of Jesus.
Commentary on the Epistle of St. Paul the Apostle to the Galatians book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: /5. This group of Epistles, says Marshall, is also a good starting point for the study of the Gospel of John. This important commentary, then, was written not only so that students of the Bible might master the content of John’s Epistles, but that they might come to a proper understanding of Johannine theology as a Price: $
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Reading St. John's holy Epistles along with Fr. Justin's inspired commentary, the reader is drawn toward the same encounter with the Apostle of Love, and, through Him, with Christ the God-man: the God of Love and the Only Lover of Man.5/5(1).
Brown is known for his scholarly work. This commentary is an abbreviated version of a larger work. This gets right to the heart of the matter, and is a great help in an in-depth study of John, and the epistles of John/5(28).
First Epistle General of St. John: notes of lectures to serve as a popular commentary. Watson, Charles, minister of the United Free Church of Scotland at Largs.
Published by G;asgpw"James MacLehose & Sons, (). rows The Epistles of St John: the Greek text / with notes and essays by Brooke Foss Westcott: 86%(11). Epistles of St. John book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this commentary, the author endeavored to follow the plan which he 4/5(1).
The apostle John has given us, in this First Epistle, a commentary, application, and continuation of the Gospel. He has told us, in this First Epistle, what effect this fellowship with God produces in the heart and life of the believer.
You remember the striking similarity between the beginning of the Gospel and the beginning of the Epistle. A Study of the Epistles of John Gene Taylor 6 First John: Chapter 2 Summary Vv.
The stated purpose for writing this epistle: to keep the recipients of it from sinning. In case a Christian does sin, though, he has Jesus Christ as his advocate before the Father.
Jesus is File Size: KB. Polycarp ("Phil.", VII, i; Funk, "Patres Apostolici", I, ) cites rather II John, 7, than I John, 4. Irenæus expressly quotes II John, 10, as the words of "John the Disciple of the Lord".
The Muratorian Canon speaks of two Epistles of John. Clement of Alexandria speaks of the larger Epistle of John; and, as a consequence, knows. John Chrysostom HOMILIES ON THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS: C St.
John Chrysostom HOMILIES ON THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS HOMILY I. ROM. 1, 2. "Paul, a servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an Apostle, separated unto the Gospel of God, (which He promised afore by His prophets in the Holy Scriptures.)" Moses having written five books, has File Size: KB.
John, EPISTLES OF Saint, three canonical books of the New Testament written by the Apostle St. John. FIRST EPISTLE.—I. Authenticity.—A. External evidence.—The very brevity of this letter ( verses divided into five chapters) and the lateness of its composition might lead us to suspect no traces thereof in the Apostolic Fathers.
THE EPISTLES OF ST. JOHN FR. TADROS YACOUB MALATY Translated by: FERIAL MOAWAD St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Church Chicago - Illinois COPTIC ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN CENTER N. Hewes St. Orange, California, Reverend Father Tadros Y.
Malaty has kindly permitted that his books be published in the COeRL. Commentaries on John. A list of the best commentaries on John ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.
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John" See other formats. Westcott's classic commentary on the Greek version of The Epistles of St John. Contains extensive verse-by-verse exegetical commentary, as well as multiple “dissertations” on various subjects relating to the epistles. Johann Heinrich August Ebrard , Biblical Commentary on the Epistles of St.
John in Continuation of the Work of Olshausen with an Appendix on the Catholic Epistles. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, Hbk. pp [Click hereto visit the download page] Contents.
St John the Apostle and his Writings; The First Epistle of John. Introduction. Who wrote the book. The author of this epistle never identified himself by name, but Christians since the beginning of the church have considered this letter authoritative, believing it was written by John the apostle.
That group of witnesses includes Polycarp, an early second-century bishop who as a young man knew John personally. The Johannine epistles, the Epistles of John, or the Letters of John are three of the catholic epistles of the New Testament, thought to have been written AD 85– Most scholars agree that all three letters are written by the same author, although there is debate on who that author is.
This Commentary on the Epistles (First, Second, and Third) of St. John the Theologian was written by the tireless Messenger of Christ forty years ago, in circumstances similar to those in which Christ’s Holy Evangelist John wrote his sacred Epistles.
Justin finishes his commentary on the Second Epistle of St. John with words dedicated to the same Apostle and Evangelist: “He is simultaneously the greatest. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Skip to main content. This The Epistles of St. John by Brooke Foss Westcott, DD, DCL. Publication date Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of unknown library Language English. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the. The Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Epistles of Peter and Jude (26 vols.) offers some of the most significant classical studies on Epistles of Peter and Jude from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
With notable authors such as Thornley Smith, William Kelly, Robert Leighton, and John Brown, Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Epistles of Peter and Jude (26 vols.) contains over. The author of the First Epistle is termed John the Evangelist, who most scholars believe is not the same as John the Apostle.
Most scholars believe the three Johannine epistles have the same author, but there is no consensus if this was also the author of the Gospel of John. This epistle was probably written in Ephesus in AD 95–Genre/Form: Commentaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lücke, Friedrich, Commentary on the Epistles of St.
John. Edinburgh: T. Clark, By way of contrast this is a more detailed treatment of First John with the preacher in mind. My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation.
John James Lias , The First Epistle of St. John with Exposition and Homiletical Treatment. London: James Nisbet & Co., Hbk.