This article is an exposition of John 3:22-36.
This article is an exposition of John 3:1-21.
In this chapter Haykin reveals John Calvin's approach to Scripture and theology that was clearly pro-missions and pro-evangelism. While Calvin was concerned more directly with purifying the church than initiating a worldwide missions movement, his interpretation of the Bible was consistent with a free proclamation of the gospel for the salvation of the lost.
Köstenberger exegetes John 3:16 within its original historical setting, its place within John’s narrative, and its theological context.
This essay considers the love of the Father for the Son (John 3:35). It explores how the Gospel of John views the relationship between the Father and the Son and the significance of this relation for man as son of God. This leads to a consideration of the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ as God’s beloved Son.
Looking at John 3 and Jesus' encounter with Nicodemus, this article shows the need to be born again in order to understand the gospel and enter the kingdom of God. To be born again is God's work through the Spirit in giving us new life. The fruit of this is faith, love, holiness and an appetite for God.