historicity | John

Fourth Gospel as History by A C Headlam

Today’s free book is a discussion of the historicity of the Gospel of John by A.C. Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester. The biographical essay by Agnes Headlam-Morley is not included as it is still in copyright. This public domain title was digitised from the copy held in Spurgeon’s College library. Arthur Cayley Headlam [1862-1947], The Fourth…

John

Studies in the Prologue of the Gospel of John

This series of studies on the prologue of John’s Gospel by Rendel Harris was originally published in the journal The Expositor. My thanks to Book Aid for making this public domain work available for digitisation. James Rendell Harris [1853-1941], The Origin of the Prologue to St John’s Gospel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1917. Hbk. pp.66….

Commentaries | John

Hengstenberg’s Commentary on the Gospel of John

E.W. Hengstenberg [1802-1869] was a German neo-Lutheran theologian remembered for his staunch defence of Christian orthodoxy. His books, most of which were translated into English during his lifetime, proved very influential in both England and America and are still valued today. My thanks to Book Aid for making this two volume commentary on John’s Gospel…