Seekers of truth are often told to begin with the book of John. The clarity and beauty of its language and its emphasis on the divinity of Jesus make it ideal as an introduction to the gospel. As with each of his five previous commentaries, Stewart Custer directs his extensive knowledge and experience to the devotional study of this foundational New Testament book.
Dr. Custer opens this commentary with helpful background information and a theology of John. Each chapter of the book unfolds a new chapter of John's Gospel, highlighting the people, places, events, and doctrines within. Custer provides cross-references, exposition, practical application and an extensive bibliography evaluating other study resources available for the book of John. Blending textual expertise and devotional warmth, Custer's expositional style is both easily accessible to the new convert and trustworthy guide to academic study. Students of Scripture have a treasury of knowledge and enrichment in the pages of The Divine Son of God: A Commentary on John.