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Translator"s Notes on 1, 2, and 3 John Helps on understanding and translating the three letters written by John (Translator"s Notes series) by Andrew Persson

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Published by Summer Institute of Linguistics .
Written in English


  • Religion & Spirituality / Christianity

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Number of Pages98
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ISBN 101556710313
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mentioned together as partners in ministry throughout Acts (–10, – 22, –25). Galatians speaks of the two men as spiritual “pillars” that held up the early Christian church. John also wrote five books of the Bible (John, 1–3 John, and Revelation), which is more than any of the other eleven disciples. 2 3 answers 1. Christ Himself and Christ alone. 2. Christian fellowship. 3. The apostle John. 4. The epistles 2 John and 3 John, the gospel of John and the book of Revelation.. 5. Sometime between 95 and A.D. 6. When John wrote this epistle, false teaching and false teachers had already infiltrated the Christian church, and aFile Size: KB. Reviews of Genesis A New Old Translation for Readers, Scholars, and Translators "Reading the notes becomes quite a serendipitous experience: one never quite knows what kind of nugget is about to appear Even amid the continuing deluge of studies of Genesis , this will prove a refreshing read, with most to offer on how precisely one should render the text in the light of the /5(13). The following statements we find in First John only: "God is light" (chap. ) and "God is love" (chap. ). The first speaks of God's holiness, truth and righteousness and the second of His grace and mercy. Both characteristics of God stand always in total agreement to each other. They were fully revealed in Christ, the Son of God: "Grace.

'NOTES' in the Bible No direct matches for your keyword exist in the King James Bible. Click the 'Search' button below to search the entire website (including all scripture translations, comments, commentary, Bible dictionary, articles, and other pages).   Author: 1, 2, and 3 John have from earliest times been attributed to the apostle John, who also wrote the Gospel of John. The content, style, and vocabulary seem to warrant the conclusion that these three epistles were addressed to the same readers as the Gospel of John. Date of Writing: The Book of 1 John was likely written between A.D. out of 5 stars 1,2, & 3 John Life Application Bible Studies Reviewed in the United States on Aug This book is one of a series of studies available from Tyndale House Publishers that includes the full text of the book to be studied from the New Living Translation of the Life Application Bible/5(16). Johannine Epsitles ( John) Summary. Here we have three different letters, written at different times, to different people. Yet they're all loosely tied together by the same ideas. Oh, and the same author: a guy who only calls himself "the elder." 1 John. In the first letter, the elder encourages the Christians in his community to stay together.

Open-licensed exegetical notes that provide historical, cultural, and linguistic information for translators. It provides translators and checkers with pertinent, just-in-time information to help them make the best possible translation decisions. And seeth his brother have need - The very sight of want knocks at the door of the spectator's shutteth up - Whether asked or not. His bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth the love of God in him - Certainly not at all, however he may talk, 1 John ,of loving God. Not in word - Only. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not. There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. Author, Date, and Recipients. John the son of Zebedee probably wrote his three NT letters no later than the 90s a.d. He wrote from Ephesus (in present-day western Turkey), perhaps to churches like those mentioned in Rev. –John also wrote the Fourth Gospel and the .