The Shema is arguably the most important creed the Jews, including the Christian Jews, ever have. Its importance can also be seen in the texts of the New Testament. This book attempts to explore the Shema's influence over the Gospel of John, especially the oneness language of that Gospel. Using John 10 as a sample, this book argues that the Shema helps us to understand the richness of the text, both theologically and contextually. Brury Eko Saputra is a New Testament lecturer at Aletheia Theological Seminary in Lawang, Jawa Timur, Indonesia.