Behold the Lamb of God! Dr. Joseph’s new Teaching Series on the Gospel of John

Behold the Lamb of God! Studies on the Gospel of John by Dr. Joseph

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Hello HTO Friends: We would like to inform you about Dr. Joseph’s new Teaching Series on the Gospel of John. It is entitled “Behold the Lamb of God! Studies on the Gospel of John by Dr. Joseph.” In these five part series on the Gospel of John, Dr. Joseph provides detailed introductory notes  regarding the issue of authorship, structure,  and literary composition of the Fourth Gospel (Part 1). In Part 2, He explains the major theological themes and issues in the book, recent scholarship, and John’s relationship to the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, & Luke). Part 3 concentrates on the concept of the Logos in both Hellenistic and Jewish Context. Part 4 carefully examines the structure of the prologue (John 1:1-18), and excavates its meaning and function in the entire Gospel.  Finally, in Part 5, Dr. Joseph offers an insightful analysis on the relationship between the Word in relation to God and Creation (1:1-5), the witness of John the Baptist of the Word (1:6-8), and the relationship between the Word and the World (1:9-13).

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In Part 1 of the series, Dr. Joseph  provides detailed introductory notes  regarding the issue of authorship, structure,  and literary composition of the Fourth Gospel.

If you would like to listen to Dr. Joseph’s two-part teaching series on the Gospel of John, click on the “HTO store” tab for more information. We pray the Lord will richly bless you and grow you spiritually as you listen carefully to these messages.

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