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The Gospel of John 71 Credits The original translator of most of the chapters of John in Logos 21 and the general editor is Arthur L. Farstad. He started the work in 1984 soon after finishing his assignment as Executive Editor of the New King James Version of the Bible. Dr. Farstad is a graduate of Washington Bible College and has advanced degrees in Hebrew and Greek from Dallas Theological Seminary where he taught NT Greek for five and a half years. He is also one of the editors of The NKJV Greek-English Interlinear. Nova-Scotia-born-and-bred William H. McDowell was the English editor of the NKJV and has a similar role in this transla- tion. Dr. McDowell is a graduate of the University of Toronto Westminister Theological Seminary Rollins College in Orlando Florida and has a doctorate from Toccoa Falls College in Georgia. Zane C. Hodges was the co-editor with Dr. Farstad of The Greek New Testament According to the Majority Text from which this translation was made. He is a graduate of Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary where he taught Greek for 27 years. He co-edited most of the Gospel of John with the general editor. International evangelist Frank D. Carmical a graduate of Houston Baptist University and Dallas Theological Seminary has published a Christian novel The Omega Reunion and several short stories. He worked closely with the general editor on phraseology and vocabulary choices in John. 3. Finding and getting involved in a Biblebelieving church which stresses the free gift of eternal life. 4. Finding a Christian friend to talk with for encouragement and support. 5. Telling others about your new life in Christ and the gift of eternal life to all who believe in Him.