A Handbook on the Gospel of Matthew
Barclay Moon Newman, Philip C. Stine
United Bible Societies, 1988 - Religion - 911 pages
A verse-by-verse analysis and commentary on the Gospel of Matthew by recognized biblical translation experts. Focuses special attention on critical words and phrases, explaining accepted interpretations, noting how various translations have handled these passages, and often explaining the nuances of the Greek original.
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