John's portrait of Jesus is breathtaking yet bewildering. In the first verse he's called ""God."" At the climax of the book he's worshiped as Lord and God (20:28). On the other hand, he says he can't do a thing without the okay of his Father (5:19, 30). How are we to understand this profound yet puzzling figure? Uniquely equipped as both a New Testament scholar and engaging pastoral communicator, Randy Rheaume shows how the contrasts in John's portrait of Jesus (especially his deity and his sonship) fit together and are meaningful and helpful for the Christian life. Is Jesus really God? If so, what difference does it make? How can he be God and yet in submission to God? Why didn't he ever say, ""I am God Worship me ""? How does the Son's role differ from the Father's? If God is more than one person, how do prayer and worship work? How can I know God better? What will make eternity with God so fun that we'll never get bored? Is the Trinity truly biblical? And where does the Holy Spirit come into the picture? Rheaume's exploration probes John's Gospel and provides profound insight into these and related questions. ""Rheaume is a fine scholar who has done a masterful job in communicating lofty theological concepts in understandable, everyday terms. Amply illustrated with numerous analogies throughout, this text truly allows the comprehension and mastery of substantial theological doctrine in terms that may be grasped readily. Highly recommended."" --Gary R. Habermas, Distinguished Research Professor & Chair, Dept. of Philosophy, Liberty University Randy Rheaume is the founder and senior pastor of Stony Creek Church in Utica, Michigan, where he serves as the lead pastor and teacher. He holds a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, a DMin from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a PhD in New Testament Studies from the University of Wales. He is the author of An Exegetical and Theological Analysis of the Son's Relationship to the Father in John's Gospel: God's Equal and Subordinate.