Are all the commentaries on Matthew really necessary?

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Abstract

In this article three new commentaries on Matthew are discussed, namely Blomberg (1992), Hagner (1993), and Luck (1993). Different sections from the three commentaries are compared: first the Introduction, and then the commentary on two pericopes, namely Matthew 1:18-23 and Matthew 8:23-27. From the comparison a few conclusions are drawn and the necessity of the abundance of Matthean commentaries since the previous decade is questioned.

Are all the commentaries on Matthew really necessary?

in Religion and Theology

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