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Banner of Truth Trust, 1856 - Religion - 414 pages
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Ryle's chief aim is to help the reader to know Christ. He also has another object in view. He writes so that his commentaries can be read aloud to a group. There are many other fuller commentaries on the Gospels, but no others make such compelling listening as those of J.C. Ryle.

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User Review  - Laurence -

I purchased the four volume hard cover set about two years ago and I am so pleased with every volume. I read them aloud to my family each evening and we are nearly through all of Matthew. My 10 year ... Read full review

Review: Expository Thoughts on Matthew

User Review  - Samuel R. Flores -

I've been using JC Ryle's Expository Thoughts on the gospels, though I only have Matthew and Luke on my shelf but nevertheless I can assure other users of the excellent expositions and comments made ... Read full review

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