Text: John 1:1-13
#1 in John Series
It is an unmitigated redundancy for us to say that the Bible is Christ-centered. After all, the Gospel hinges upon the work of Jesus as our Savior and Practitioner of redemption. However, when reading through the Bible’s different authors whose work God has inspired, we can’t help but notice the Apostle John’s singular focus upon the work and personhood of Christ. This perspective of John’s is perhaps most notable in the beginning of the Gospel that bears his name. Andrew Esping begins to unpack the rich text of John’s prologue as the Apostle labors to tell us about the Man who was not only the Son of God and Savior of humanity, but John’s close and personal friend.