The Gospel of Love is unlike any other book about St. John the Evangelist. It’s an accurate, historical fictional autobiography written from John’s own point of view. While reading your way through it, you will feel like you are right there with John in 1st century Israel and Ephesus.
This is a fabulous book! I really hope that it inspires many people who will share it with their friends and relatives.
When I read my Foreword aloud to my 91-year-old mother, she said, ‘I want to read that book just from listening to what you said about it.’ Bravo Dan!”
— From the Foreword by Erin von Uffel, DM (Dame in the Order of Malta)
Vice Postulator of the cause for the canonization of Sister Marie de Mandat-Grancey
“You will experience John’s life as if you were with him nearly 2000 years ago. You will experience John’s innermost thoughts and doubts as he struggles to
accept Jesus Christ as the Messiah, the Son of Man and the Son of God, and His teachings that constitute the Gospel of Love. You will see John’s transformation from tempestuousness to tranquility as he gradually comes to know and believe in the love that God has for all of us.
More importantly, you will come away with a deeper understanding of how the Gospel of Love taught by Jesus affected John’s character and growth in sanctity and how its reading can do the same for you.
Nothing is so important in life as to grow in holiness by fulfilling the first and second laws of the Gospel: love of God who is love itself and love of neighbor as oneself made in the image and likeness of God. Nothing in life is so sad as not to have become a saint by loving God and neighbor as Jesus does.
Our thanks to Dan Lynch for this inspiring work!”
— Fr. Peter M. Damien Fehlner F.F.I., S.T.D., Author and Theologian