2 edition of A Popular Commentary on the New Testament found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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A physician according to the New Testament, a painter also, according to tradition, he comes into historical prominence as the companion of Paul in his later journeys, though his presence is modestly indicated in his own narrative only by the change to the first person plural.
Catherine, near Mount Sinai; hence the name. Though a simple narrative in its form, and not proposing any definite design on the part of the author, it is in fact a historical proof that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah. By Principal David Brown, D. But this office of Christ is quite subordinate.
The evidence is more positive and explicit than that which supports any non-Biblical work of the same age. and Print Only These commentaries facilitate the use of critical scholarship in practical, pastoral applications. His Matthew commentary is in the grand traditions of Augustine, Calvin, and Luther -- expansive and leisurely, loving the text, the people in it, and the Christians who read it.
This of itself is sufficient evidence of its divine origin and character. Griesbach, a German editor of the New Testament, has given the best statement of these rules, but in the application of them to special cases the judgment of scholars necessarily differs. theWord Edition The preface and introduction to this commentary are shown in the A Popular Commentary on the New Testament Book Comments. Whatever of inspiration Christ recognized in the sacred books of the Jews, we must a fortiori recognize in the books of the New Testament, or deny their place in the Canon.
Applying these truths will empower readers to have transformed lives that then transfer the values of the kingdom of God to others. The author of a much-loved two volume Matthew commentary 1990 that he greatly revised and expanded fourteen years later, Frederick Dale Bruner now offers The Gospel of John: A Commentary -- more rich fruit of his lifetime of study and teaching.
That this Gospel was written by the Apostle MATTHEW, there is no reason to doubt.
1-3 John Stott, John R.