Doubting the truths of the Bible is seen as normal these days. One can read this in books and articles. Doubt and not-believing (the next step) are considered fully human in a time in which people no longer believe that anyone can know the truth.
This paper is an exegetical consideration of John 1:45-51.
In Chapter 1 Burns discusses the subject of the presence of God in John 1:1-18. The focus of the chapter is verse 14. Attention is given to the Word in the flesh, the Word and salvation, the Word and perseverance, the Word as tabernacle, the Word as grace and truth, the Word and the Law, and the Word and our world.
This article is an exposition of John 1:19-34.