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Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)|
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This insightful study of the first book of the New Testament is not simply a verse-by-verse commentary, but a careful study of the thematic purpose and flow of thought of Matthew. Bible students, teachers, and pastors will appreciate the historical-grammatical hermeneutic applied to the Greek text, but Greek proficiency is not required to benefit from this work. Toussaint's major contribution is developing and tracing through the Gospel the twin themes of Jesus the Messiah and God's kingdom program.
KaliKalulushiGender: male5 Stars Out Of 5January 12, 2013KaliKalulushiGender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a concise semi-technical exegetical commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. Toussaint does an excellent job at mapping out the main themes in the gospel and helps the reader to think contextually. This one factor alone makes the book worth reading. He also presents different views relating to particular passages, evaluates them and then gives and defends his views. He writes from a premil-dispensational view and represents perhaps the best defence of the revised-classical dispensational view. It is straight to the point and doesn't suffer from the verbosity that exhaustive commentaries tend to have. As a bonus, Toussaint could not be boring even if he tried.