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  • Submitted: Feb 28 2016 11:52 AM
  • Last Updated: Jul 05 2016 03:52 PM
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  • Author: George G. Findlay
  • theWord Version: 3.x - 4.x
  • Tab Name: Findlay - Life Eternal

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Download Fellowship In The Life Eternal: An Exposition of the Epistles of St John 1.0

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Author:
George G. Findlay

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Findlay - Life Eternal

This exposition on the epistles of John was written by the well-known, respected Bible scholar George G. Findlay (1849-1919) and published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1909. It is now in the public domain. It is in book rather than commentary format. That seemed to suit better the nature of Findlay's exposition.

This would be an excellent resource for anyone doing a study or sermon series on the epistles of John.

This electronic edition was prepared for theWord Bible Software (www.theword.net) by Allan Loder in 2016. It is provided free of charge. It may not be sold.
  • Findlay's footnotes have been changed to endnotes and renumbered for ease of use as an electronic module.
  • The old form &c. in the printed edition is changed to etc. (= etcetera)
  • Scripture references are changed to fit theWord hyperlink format.
To assist the English reader:
  • All Greek words in the text and footnotes have been keyed to Strong's numbers (or linked to Liddell-Scott-Jones). Simply mouse-over a Greek word to have the English definition pop up.
  • Translation is provided for some Greek text, early church documents and classical writings cited by Findlay. This is indicated with square brackets and [“dark blue text”].
  • Cross-references within the book such as page and chapter numbers have been hyperlinked. This is indicated with green text.
  • Definitions are given for some text the reader may be unfamiliar with such as κ.τ.λ.
  • In a few cases where it was deemed important to Findlay's discussion, a few hard-to-find resources have been included at the end.
Derivative Copyright, 2016 by Allan Loder. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be reproduced or sold without Allan Loder's consent.



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