Leon Morris is the author of the John volume in the New International Commentary on the New Testament series. It is considered one of the best John commentaries available today.
Recognizing the central importance of the Fourth Gospel in any series on the New Testament, Morris devoted more than ten years to preparing this volume.
Written with considerable acumen and a thorough knowledge of the previous scholarly work on the Johannine text, The Gospel according to John is one of the largest and most comprehensive commentaries ever to come out of the evangelical community.
This revised edition includes significant modifications and additions made in the light of more recent writings on John’s Gospel.
While maintaining substantially the same stance taken in his original work, Morris here references important secondary sources and studies that have appeared over the last two decades.
The commentary is now also based on the New International Version. 
Hardcover: 936 pages
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans (1971)
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