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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: IVP; New edition edition (18 Sept. 2009)
  • ISBN-10: 1844743659
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844743650
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.7 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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By neil shepherd on 10 Sept. 2014
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A Great book,well worth the read.Great condition and delivered promptly.
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Excellent 29 July 2004
By Brian G Hedges - Published on
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When I preached through 1 John last year, this was the commentary I found myself referring to over and over again. Stott grasps the structure of the book well, is clear in his exegesis, and eloquent in his explanation of the text. As with all of his commentaries, here you find a rare blend of scholarship and simplicity, doctrinal precision and pastoral insight, exegetical skill and homiletical artistry. This was the only commentary (out of over a dozen that I own) that I read completely through.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Stott's Treatment of John's Letters is Top Notch 6 July 2013
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Stott provides an wonderful piece that is excels in both solid scholarship as well as practical and pastoral application. Unquestionably, there are sections in which he is quiet technical, particularly when dealing with issues of language. But he never becomes lost there, each time he emerges with rich treasure for his labor and so will you. If you have been limited to more devotional or applicable style commentaries Stott's handling of John's Letters is a sweet place to begin a transitional is a more substantive and robust commentaries.
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Any commentary by Stott is worth your time; especially this one 2 Aug. 2014
By Peter Krol - Published on
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I will read any commentary by John Stott. There might be only a few I haven't read yet, and this was my second time through this one. But I will read him anytime, anywhere.

Some commentaries fail to illuminate the text. They spend hundreds of pages on word studies and etymology and historical usage of terms, but they fail to get at the author's main points and flow of thought. (I think of F.F. Bruce and Leon Morris as some chief examples here: good theologians and historians, but not the best commentators.)

Not Stott. He is concise and clear. He explains the text and the author's logic. This enables him to make helpful connections to the present day.

If you study a book of the Bible that Stott has a commentary for, get it. The Letters of John is a great place to start.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Organized and Thorough 5 Feb. 2013
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The Anglican minister John Stott's excellent book The Epistles of John is a fine read for the beginning Bible student. He begins each section with an overview, and then dives into a deep analysis of each individual verse. When not analyzing a particular verse, he often leaves the study of the epistles themselves to discuss a relevant theological point, while taking into consideration various competing views. Although dry at times, the information he presents is most valuable, and his method is effective. I read the book for less than thirty minutes a day and finished it in a month.
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I must compliment this author as he has done an excellent job in his work 17 May 2014
By Gene Davenport - Published on
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I have found this work as an excellent companion work to two others I have utilized I n preparation for the Bible Study which I teach in my retirement center in which I live, Though briefer in content than the other works it does what it professes to do.
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