STUDIES IN MATTHEW: INTERPRETATION PAST AND PRESENT by Dale C. Jr. Allison

WHY I LIKE IT
One of my favorite books read in seminary. Insofar Allison stays close to the text, his observations are brilliant. His writing is clear, even beautiful. His mastery of secondary literature is impressive but not overwhelming or off-putting. And his exegetical insights are eye-opening. Read with a tinge of healthy discernment, this book will change how you read Matthew and the Gospels in general.
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Bible Studies
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The author of a leading major critical commentary on Matthew here offers further insights into the Gospel and the history of its interpretation. Writing with theological sensitivity and a deft literary touch, he presents thirteen essays--nine previously unpublished and four thoroughly revised--on key passages, on structural features of the Gospel, and on patristic and modern interpretation. Exegetes, preachers, students, and other lovers of biblical narrative will read Studies in Matthew with profit and delight.
Book Specifications
Release date: 2012-11-15
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Baker Academic
Publication date: 2012-11-15
Label: Baker Academic
Pages: 282
Edition: Reprint
ASIN: 080104913X
ISBN: 080104913X
Height: 880
Length: 590
Weight: 100
Width: 72
Product Group: Book