Matthew 1-13, Volumes 1-13

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Word Books, 1993 - Religion - 407 pages
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User Review  - RICHARD HOLT -

This is a very detailed and scholarly treatment of the Gospel of Matthew. Hagner writes from a moderately conservative Evangelical perspective. The comments on the Greek words and phrases are ... Read full review


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