[John F. Walvoord, President and Professor of Systematic Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary] Practically all conservative interpreters of Scripture have recognized the importance of Abraham. This is transparent on the basis of the emphasis given to Abraham and his family in the Book of Genesis. With only two chapters devoted to the account of creation (Gen 1-2 ), one chapter to the tremendous significance of the fail of man into sin (Gen 3), and the next eight chapters covering thousan...
The Gospel of John is singular in many ways. One of its characteristics is that about half of the entire content is devoted to the last few days of Jesus on earth.