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a critical review of A. W. Tozer's And He Dwelt Among Us: Teachings from the Gospel of John.
Religion and Theology
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Introduction Following a long time of study, reflection and prayer using John’s Gospel, A. W. Tozer decided to present to his church mates an account full of his careful insights…
An edited technique of a number of sermons from this account is what makes up a book that is not quite a commentary, but that which treats some passages from the Gospel of John with complicated details and meditative ideas that may actually make a reader regard the book as a commentary. The summary, purpose, and analysis of the book bring out the strengths, weaknesses, and the connection between the author’s thoughts and how they impact the reader’s understanding of John’s Gospel. The purpose of the book The major objective of writing the book was to assist the readers who already have some knowledge about the gospel to expand their thoughts from simple thoughts to the reality of fascination and appreciation of Jesus’ unique nature. According to the author, John is an outstanding gospel writer, and thus the book is meant to give believers the true basics of Christianity. Even though Tozer tries to vividly bring out his objective, he ignores the obvious characteristics of his work and instead focuses on the most complex and awe-inspiring features (Tozer 2009, 65). Summary Just like John purposed to convince Christians of the divinity of Jesus and to make them repent their sins, Tozer in the same way tries to emphasize the reality on who really is Christ, an aim that he accomplishes through each chapter of the book. ...
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