The Gospel of John & His Letters
© John Wijngaards, published by Michael Glazier,
|1. A word about John||11|
|Section I. Turning Towards the Light|
|2. Questions designed to last||35|
|3. The realm of darkness||47|
|4. Exposing the adversary||62|
|5. Caught in a web of lies||76|
|6. Surrender to our guide||88|
|Section II. The Father|
|7. The pre-eminance of the Father||103|
|8. The Father's many children||115|
|9. Who sees Jesus sees the Father||131|
|10. The Father is a God of love||145|
|11. Jesus is God's saving presence||156|
|12. The God-man myth that reveals reality||169|
|13. The interpreter who stays with us||184|
|14. Prayer and contemplation||195|
|Section III. Abundance of Life|
|15. Living in God's today||209|
|16. Inherited autonomy||222|
|17. Involvement and service||234|
|18. Love in practice||246|
|19.Guidelines for mission||264|
|20. Liberating dreams||281|
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