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Jesus on Trial: The unique presentation of Jesus in the Gospel of John
If you think you’ve fully grasped the truths of the Bible, it’s time to take another look. Prepare yourself to receive a fresh perspective on the gospel of John, as Dr. Eric Wallace expounds on the unique presentation of Christ in this Fourth Gospel.
Examine the evidence through the lenses of our modern-day court system, as Dr. Wallace sketches out the exciting trial motif considering the various witnesses who give testimony to the identity and authority of Jesus as Prophet, Messiah and Son of God. Conclude for yourself the legal precedence of Jesus’ accusers as Wallace argues the merits of Jesus’ acquittal based on Deuteronomic law, and a wealth of exculpatory evidence tracing back to the Pentateuchal traditions.
Jesus on trial is a must-read for the bible scholar, pastor, Christian layperson or seminary student looking for a more in-depth study of the Gospel of John. As well as for anyone who is eagerly in search of evidence to support the “good news” message of Jesus Christ.
Eric M. Wallace, (PhD, Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education) is a Biblical scholar whose emphasis is in the New Testament in particular, Johannine studies. He has taught at Elmhurst College and North Park University in the Chicago metropolitan area. This monograph is taken from his dissertation ‚ÄúThe Testimony of Moses: Pentatuechal Traditions and their Function in the Gospel of John.‚ÄĚ