The Works of

Rev. Prof. Dr. F.N. Lee

John’s Historicistic Epistles

“He Who truly proved Himself to be the Son of God in the flesh, and was acknowledged to be the Son of God, was always God’s invisible Word….   He does not refer here to the beginning of the World but goes much further back.”

Second.   John insists that the Lord had manifested Himself to humans as that eternal Life — precisely so that those humans could in turn tell others about Him.   “For The Life was manifested; and we have seen Him; and we bear witness and show to you that eternal Life Who was with the Father and Who was manifested to us.”5507

Third.   John insisted that the Lord had manifested Himself to the Apostles precisely in the man Christ Jesus.   For “the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.   And we beheld His glory, the glory as of the Only-begotten of the Father — full of grace and truth.”5508

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