The Gospel of John Bible Study (Workbook)

Donation: $20 or more. This study is a 100-page soft-cover workbook. To get a downloadable version of this study click here

About this Study

“Where should I start studying the Bible?” This is a question we often receive at Core Christianity. And whether you are a new believer or have been walking with Christ for decades, Core Christianity’s The Gospel of John Bible study is a great way to grow in your knowledge and understanding of God’s word.

We designed this study with Sunday school classes, Bible study groups, and even individual students in mind. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the drama of Scripture, the relevant historic Christian doctrines, and the key themes of John’s Gospel. Designed for groups to move through in ten weeks, this study is perfect for a semester or quarterly study.  Each weekly lesson includes selected passages from John’s Gospel, reflection questions, and explanations of the key lessons every Christian should know about passages from John’s Gospel. 

This study explores key themes in the Gospel of John: salvation, sanctification, and especially the deity, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Studying God’s word can bring understanding, growth, and freedom to our lives. We pray this study helps make Jesus’ words the experience of all: “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth and the truth will set you free” (John 8:31–32).

This study was written by Kathy Larson and edited by Eric Landry. 

Use with The Gospel of John Leader's Edition

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