The Bible singles out one disciple of Jesus as the one whom "Jesus loved" and The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved takes a closer look at what scripture says about this beloved disciple and the special role he played in the life of Jesus. It searches the scriptures in order to highlight the facts in the plain text of scripture that are usually overlooked about this "other disciple, whom Jesus loved."
Although non-Bible sources may say that John was "the disciple whom Jesus loved," it turns out that idea cannot stand up to biblical scrutiny and the better Bible study method set forth in The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved challenges the reader to weigh the testimony of scripture regarding the one whom Jesus loved and to take seriously the biblical admonition, "prove all things."
Using nothing but the Bible, The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved will prove John could not have been the beloved disciple. It then goes on to present Bible facts that reveal the true identity of this other disciple and the one-of-a-kind gift from God that made him so unique. Get ready for a surprise because the answer to this mystery is in the Bible, hidden in plain sight!
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Seeks to show who wrote the Book of John... very compelling was the hidden key in the Book of Acts. --Kevin Harris, Host, KWRD 100.7 FM Dallas, TX
Presents a very, very convincing case... makes fascinating reading... you will want to know the answer to this whodunit book! --Dr. Larry Spargimino, Host, Southwest Radio Church National Broadcast
The upshot is that readers everywhere are plunging into the scriptures and emerging with a deeper, more vivid faith. --Rick Kern, Editor, The Word Magazine
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