John: That You May Believe

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This Bible Study has 20 Lessons

Proven resources for deeper exploration of Scripture, Living Word Bible Studies provide effective guidance for groups and individuals alike. Each lesson includes questions for five days, plus helpful context and commentary, to lead to ever-increasing satisfaction, discernment, and delight in God's Word.

John guides you through what many consider to be the most artful and poetic of the gospels. Its portrait of the Word made flesh rewards careful study so "that you may believe."

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"Because Kathleen Nielson understands the structure and theology of John's gospel as it relates to its mastering theme, and because she"€"a poet herself"€"is sensitive to John's use of metaphor and nuanced expression, and because she is committed to letting the text speak for itself, she provides a sure-footed guide through the fourth gospel. . . " --R. Kent Hughes, Senior Pastor Emeritus, College Church, Wheaton, Illinois

"Pastors and Christian educators are always on the lookout for rich, well-researched, reliable, helpful, clear teaching material that will get our people into the Word together, helping us to understand its meaning, to see its implications for us in all of life, and to pray it back to God. These studies supply us with precisely that." --Ligon Duncan, Chancellor and CEO, Reformed Theological Seminary

About the Author

Kathleen Nielson (MA, PhD in literature, Vanderbilt University) has taught in the English departments at Vanderbilt University, Bethel College (Minnesota), and Wheaton College. She is the author of numerous Bible studies, the book Bible Study: Following the Ways of the Word, and various articles and poems. Kathleen has directed and taught women's Bible studies at several churches and speaks extensively at conferences and retreats. She serves as advisor and editor for The Gospel Coalition and was its director of women's initiatives from 2010"€"2017. She is also on the board of directors of The Charles Simeon Trust.