Through meditation on the Gospel of John, we experience the life of Jesus, the Word of God made flesh. Written by one who calls himself "the disciple whom Jesus loved," the Gospel of John paints an intimate portrait of Jesus as one who is intimate with God the Father, who calls disciples to follow him, and who gives signs that point his listeners to God.
About the Author
Gary Holloway recently stepped down as Ijams Professor of Bible at Lipscomb University to take on his new role as executive director of the World Convention of Churches of Christ. He also ministers with the Natchez Trace Church in Nashville, Tennessee. He holds degrees from Harding University, the University of Texas, and Emory University. His previous books include Living God's Love: An Invitation to Christian Spirituality (co-authored with Earl Lavender, 2006) and You Might Be Too Busy If (2009).