NIGTC Commentary: Matthew (John Nolland): A Commentary on the Greek Text / January 01, 2005
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Having devoted the past ten years of his life to research for this major new work, John Nolland gives us a commentary on the Gospel of Matthew that engages with a notable range of Matthean scholarship and offers fresh interpretations of the dominant Gospel in the history of the church.
Without neglecting the Gospel’s sources or historical background, Nolland places his central focus on the content and method of Matthew’s story. His work explores Matthew’s narrative technique and the inner logic of the unfolding text, giving full weight to the Jewish character of the book and its differences from Mark’s presentation of parallel material. While finding it unlikely that the apostle Matthew himself composed the book, Nolland does argue that Matthew’s Gospel reflects the historical ministry of Jesus with considerable accuracy, and he brings to the table new evidence for an early date of composition.
Including accurate translations based on the latest Greek text, detailed verse-by-verse comments, thorough bibliographies for each section, and an array of insightful critical approaches, Nolland’s Gospel of Matthew will stimulate students, preachers, and scholars seeking to understand more fully Matthew’s presentation of the gospel narrative.
- Series Name: The New International Greek Testament Commentary (NIGTC)
- Editors: Donald A. Hagner, I. Howard Marshall
- Authors: John Nolland
- Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans
- Publish Date: January 1, 2005
- ISBN: 978-0-8028-2389-2
- # of Pages: 1468
- Bible Book: Matthew
- Level: Academic, Student, Technical
- Tradition: Evangelical
- Categories: Commentary Volumes
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