Bringing his textual skills and insights to bear on the ten year task of crafting this commentary, Dr. Hagner helps his readers to see the full gamut of scholarly debate on Matthew's Gospel. Recognizing the contributions of recent narrative criticism he still opts for the historical critical approach as his basic mode of interpretation. He demonstrates that the transmission of the earliest oral traditions has been careful and dependable. He offers new insights into the structural analysis of the first Gospel. He reflects on Matthew's method of handling the fulfilled Old Testament quotations, emphasizing the Christocentric nature of the Jewish Scriptures. He provides analysis of the unique historical crucible in which the Jew/Gentile elements of this Gospel were refined.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 407 Vendor: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: 1993 Dimensions: 9 1/4 X 6 1/4 X 1 1/2 (inches)
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / 2009 / Trade Paperback
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4 Stars Out Of 5
Scholarly and Detailed
September 22, 2012
This is a very detailed and scholarly treatment of the Gospel of Matthew. Hagner writes from a moderately conservative Evangelical perspective. The comments on the Greek words and phrases are extensive and helpful. The bibliographies are fairly exhaustive. Those interested in textual criticism will appreciate Hagner's efforts in that area. There are other commentaries that focus more deeply on theological concerns. Also, due to the intent of the series, practical applications are few and far between. But this is a very helpful book for advanced seminarians and scholars.