Brief Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew
|Author: ||Kilgallen, John|
This book explains the various contributions the Gospel makes to moral teachings, to the understanding of Jesus, to the significance of the church of Jesus, to the manner in which this church relates to the Israel from which it came, and to the Jewish scriptures. As well, the commentator draws attention to elements which distinguish it from the Gospels of Mark and Luke. This readable and coherent commentary will be of great use to college theology classes, bible study groups, homilists, and retreat directors.