The second volume of a three-volume commentary on the gospel of Matthew from the leading Matthew scholar from the Continent, explicates the relevance of the New Testament for contemporary Christian ethics, while covering the history of interpretation. Based on consultations of leading scholars & religious leaders from a variety of traditions, this book captures the energy & dynamism of world religious traditions for illuminating & addressing major global questions.
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