The Good Wine: Mysteries and Discoveries in the Fourth Gospel
Vantage Press, Inc, 31.07.2007 - 124 Seiten
Grounded in the authors experience as a pastor and extensive knowledge of the early Christian Church, The Good Wine reveals the true meaning of the most beloved, if misunderstood, of the four Gospels. Looking at the Bible as an anthology of books, written by storytellers inspired by God, Perkins examines the context in which the Gospel of John was written for clues to understanding it, uncovering rich meanings in the process.
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The Fourth Gospel
Miraculous Birth Stories
The Mother of Jesus
The First SignThe Wedding at Cana
The Woman of Samaria
Speaking in TonguesGibberish
The Great Commission Make Disciples
The Great ConfessionPeter and Thomas
Chosen PeoplePromised Land
The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved
Lazarus in Luke and John
The Great MysteriesMore Messages from the Cross
Power StrugglesWho Is the Greatest?
The Mystery of Mary MagdaleneJesus Wife?
The Lords Breakfast Bread and Fish
Abraham According answered appear asked Baptizer become beginning believe bless blind boat born bread brother brought called century changed chapter child Christian Church coming Creed cross crowd dead death described disciple whom Jesus disciples earth faith Father feet final fish followed forgive Fourth Gospel gave give given God's hands heard heaven Holy Spirit human important Israel Jerusalem Jesus loved Jewish Jews John John's King knew Lamb later Lazarus lead living looked Lord Luke Mark Mary Matthew means Messiah mission mother mystery Peace persons Peter present priest promised prophet question raised reader received represents resurrection rich Roman Rome saying seems sent seven showed side Simon sins speaking statement story storytellers Synoptic taken tell temple theme things third told tomb took wine woman worship writer written