The Gospel of John is a very interesting gospel with many stories about Jesus that are not mentioned in the other gospels. In this Gospel Jesus encounters many individuals from all walks of life and St John emphasises the way their lives were changed as a result of that encounter. Reading this gospel together in this book we hope to highlight how Jesus can change your life.
This Orthodox Bible Study series for teenagers is based on the 21st century’s most prominent Orthodox bible scholar, Fr. Tadros yakoub Malaty. The Orthodox Bible Study series for teens is a great way to understand the bible and learn how it can change your life.
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