Lenski, R. C. H. The Interpretation of St. John's Gospel. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1961.
Fine green cloth with bright gilt titles to spine, no dust jacket. Clean and unmarked. 1444 pp. Very good. Hardcover. 
A reprint of the 1943 edition by Wartburg Press.
“Thorough as a student of Greek, R. C. H. Lenski interprets the books of the New Testament with meticulous exegetical research while providing an original, literal translation of the text. With his conservative Lutheran perspective, he is unwavering in his high view of Scriptural authority, probing deeply and passionately—arguing his conclusions masterfully.
“Beyond exegesis, he provides linguistic and textual analysis, historical background such as information on the author, date, time of writings, authorial intent, chief themes, and much more. Often addressing difficult text, evading nothing, Lenski evaluates multiple interpretations before choosing one in particular. The Lenski Commentary, therefore, will introduce you to a range of interpretations and viewpoints, allowing you to see how other interpretations relate to one another, and will provide the context as to why he has settled on a particular viewpoint.” - Logos.
"A great work of exegesis, every page the result of long meditation, based on rich scholarship, warm with holy reverence for the Word of God." — Moody Monthly
"Lenski is one of the most helpful commentators on the New Testament you'll find — especially for his knowledge of the original Greek text. No serious exegete should neglect his insights." - The Discerning Reader
"The treatment is exhaustive; it seems that nothing has been overlooked or omitted." — The Lutheran
"My favorite New Testament commentary is that of R.C.H. Lenski. I smile whenever this scholar stabbed the 'chiliasts' or those who reject infant baptism; yet I profit greatly from his sane and spiritually sensitive exposition. You do not have to be a Greek scholar to benefit from Lenski.” — Warren W. Wiersbe, A Basic Library for Bible Students.
"A conservative, very extensive and generally helpful exposition based upon an exegesis of the Greek text. Armenian in doctrine, maintains a rigid approach to Greek grammar, and follows an amillennial interpretation of eschatology. Exceedingly helpful background material and abounds in good preaching values." — Cyril Barber, The Minister's Library.