Book of John
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The fundamental cause of unbelief; looking at the person of Christ; Christ not a performer but a Saviour.
Causes of unbelief; confronting the Son of God; the death of Christ was not an accident; wrong views of Christianity.
Man; the world; and man's view of himself; man's problem is not intellectual; lovers of darkness; man's instinctive hatred of God; Christ; the only hope.
The loneliness of the Son of God; the character of Christ; the similarities in attitudes to Christ then and now; blinded by sin.
The Feast of Tabernacles and its relevance; man; and his desire for security; men and women on a journey towards death; man's absolute dependence on God; Christ 'tabernacled' amongst us.
The element of marvel; the element of marvel produced by Christ; the element of marvel in the Church; the marvel of the Christian life.
The problem of prejudice; pride of learning and intellectualism; the importance of facing the facts; Jesus and His authority.
The danger of substituting one's own ability and understanding for God's; this knowledge is not the result of human ability or power; a knowledge that comes only from God; the Biblical principles of revelation.
Characteristics of the citizens of the kingdom of God; man seeks his own righteousness; man's problem is not intellectual; but moral; Christianity a personal relationship with God. (N.B. This is wrongly announced as chapter 6)
A Christian is a man who lives only to the glory of God; what did Jesus claim for Himself? man's pride caused the Fall; the modern Pharisee.