A commentary on Matthew, verse by verse, including linguistic, critical, and theological notes can be found in this volume. Extensive introduction on the sources of the gospel, its changes from Mark, and its theology and authorship are also topics in this work.
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A commentary on Matthew, verse by verse, including linguistic, critical, and theological notes. Extensive introduction on the sources of the gospel, covering its alterations from Mark, in language, form, and content; the sayings common to Matthew and Luke; the handful of common narratives; the unparallelled material in Matthew, of limited extent; the theology of Matthew and its authorship (not the apostle, but the list of sayings, used by Matthew and Luke in Greek, is probably translated from the Apostles' work). An appendix treats the value of the Gospel as a historical source.