Book review: John’s Gospel: The Way It Happened
by Lee Harmon
I’ve been somewhat remiss in promoting my latest book, so allow me to repeat a review here from My Book Addiction.
JOHN’S GOSPEL: THE WAY IT HAPPENED by Lee Harmon is an interesting Christian Book & Bible/Reference/Educational. It is “A Dubious Disciple Book” and the sequel to “Revelation: The Way It Happened”. What an interesting concept on the Gospel of John.
“A collection of individual writings, compiled over a thousand years, with the author of each one expressing his unique opinion.”
The author has interwoven fiction with fact in his account of the Gospel of John. It is brilliantly written, although, you may not agree with all his assessment. He has woven scriptures throughout, the story is told from various points of view and opinions, as the story progresses. Very interesting, educational and thought provoking. You will have to read “John’s Gospel” and find your own opinion. I would recommend this title to anyone who enjoys Biblical gospel, historical events, religious studies and anyone interested in a very good read. The author has written a vivid account and added characters to make the Gospel of John seem you are there. We often forget the Bible was written based on real life accounts, by real life people who struggled, fought oppression and came through years before our time. What a lesson we can and have learned. A blessing! Received for an honest review from the publisher.