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Salvation and Discipleship Continuum in Johannine Literature: Toward an…

by Sujaya T. James

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0773435077, Hardcover)

"He [Sujaya James] demonstrates that those who feature John's Gospel to establish their 'faith alone doctrine' do so only by wrongfully interpreting the text of the Fourth Gospel with regard to the Gospel's purpose, its major contrasting themes of light and darkness, and its use of 'abiding in Christ.'

"I commend Sujaya James for his labor to expose the flawed use of John's Gospel as well as 1 & 2 John...."
--Dr. Ardel B. Caneday, Professor of New Testament & Greek, University of Northwestern--St. Paul, Saint Paul, MN

(retrieved from Amazon Sun, 30 Aug 2015 00:45:43 -0400)

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