Introducing Jesus

  • Matt Olliffe
  • 16 May 2019

How do you get to know the most important person who has ever lived?

Whether we’re meeting new people or trying to learn more about our family and friends, relationships take time and effort. But no person in history is more deserving of our time and attention than Jesus Christ. And no-one in history has ever been better placed to introduce us to Jesus than the apostle John: Jesus’ closest friend, “the disciple whom Jesus loved” (John 21:20), and an eyewitness to Jesus’ life, death and resurrection.
Join pastor and Bible teacher Matt Olliffe as he guides us through the stunning opening chapters in John’s biography of the central figure of all history.
An ideal guide for individual Bible study or for use in small groups.

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About the author
Matthew Olliffe is an Anglican minister and an Anglicare chaplain in residential aged care in western Sydney.

Table of contents

  1. God with us (John 1:1-18)
  2. John the Baptist's testimony (John 1:19-34, 3:22-36)
  3. Jesus' first disciples (John 1:35-51)
  4. Jesus' first sign—water to wine (John 2:1-12)
  5. A sign delayed—temple razing and raising (John 2:23-3:12)
  6. Nicodemus at night—born from above (John 2:23-3:12)
  7. How God loved the world (John 3:12-21)
  8. The Samaratin woman at the well (John 4:1-42)
  9. Jesus' second sign—saving a sick son (John 4:43-54)