Introduction, Exposition and Notes
F. F. Bruce D.D., F.B.A
We have been asked to provide some works by the recent Brethren author F. F. Bruce and we received license to do so from his publisher at a reasonable cost. This month we are offering one of his most renowned titles.
About F. F. Bruce
F.F. Bruce was one of Britain’s most influential biblical scholars. He approached the Bible from his background as a classicist – studying Latin and Greek – instead of the more traditional route of studies in theology. His accomplishments were astounding. He was head of the Department of Biblical History and Literature at the University of Sheffield and Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester. He was president of societies for both the study of the Old Testament and the study of the New Testament.
Professor Bruce authored more than fifty books and nearly 2,000 articles and reviews. Christianity Today named his book The New Testament Documents: Are They Reliable? one of the top 50 books that had shaped evangelicals. His commentaries on the Acts of the Apostles, Hebrews, and other books of the Bible are considered to be classics. He was editor of The Evangelical Quarterly and the Palestine Exploration Quarterly.
Frederick Fyvie Bruce was born in Scotland, the son of a Christian Brethren (Plymouth Brethren) preacher. He studied at the University of Aberdeen (where he met his future wife, Betty), Cambridge, and the University of Vienna. He taught at the universities of Edinburgh (where he and Betty married) and Leeds before becoming department head at the University of Sheffield and later professor at the University of Manchester.
Multiple Bible Analyzer Formats, Plus eBooks!
When you purchased this title you will get it in FOUR formats! It will install in Bible Analyzer as a Commentary module AND a Book module. Plus, you will have the title available in both ePub and mobi ebook formats. (These will normally be found in your Documents/Bible Analyzer User Modules folder). Not only will you be able to view and search the title in Bible Analyzer, you can also take it "on the go" on your phone or tablet.
This is a large verse-by-verse commentary on the Gospel of John by a generally conservative, Plymouth Brethren author.