Matthew: Volume 2: 8-18

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 1, 1999 - Religion - 580 pages
How should this massive work of scholarship be assessed? The three volumes stand as one of the major commentaries on the Gospel of Matthew in which all future interpreters of the Gospel will find a source of fruitful dialogue and helpful ideas. It is a "must have," both in libraries and in footnotes. Davies and Allison are to be thoroughly commended on the fruits of their considerable toil.' Robert K. McIver, Seminary Studies

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User Review  - William Burns -

Of the little that I've read it is an excellent commentary on Matthew. A bit difficult because one needs to know Greek but you can skip those parts and gain an enormous amount of information re. the text. Read full review

User Review  - David Kilpatrick -

I'm basing my comments on reading the first 65 pages of vol. 2 (all exegesis because the introduction was in volume 1) and sampling from the other volumes. Thus, my review is preliminary.While this ... Read full review

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