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Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew (25 vols.)
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Overview

The Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew includes some of the most significant classic studies on the book of Matthew from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. With notable authors such as A. C. Gaebelein, Alfred Plummer, William Kelly, and Richard Chenevix Trench, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew offers over 9000 pages of exegetical analysis, rhetorical context, contextual comparison, and interpretation. The twenty-five volumes contained in Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew have had an enduring impact on New Testament exegesis, and this exceptional collection provides easy accessibility to this wealth of significant scholarship.

This collection is essential for students, scholars, pastors, historians, teachers of the Bible, or anyone studying the book of Matthew. With Logos Bible Software, this collection is completely searchable, with passages of Scripture appearing on mouse-over, as well as being linked to the Greek and Latin texts and English translations in your library. This makes these texts more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal Bible study. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “Jesus,” or “Matthew 27:45.”

Key Features

  • Over nine-thousand pages of notable scholarship on Matthew
  • Noted authors from a variety of backgrounds
  • Completely searchable, linked to your preferred Bible translation and the other books in your library

Individual Titles

The Gospel According to Matthew, with Notes, Specially Prepared for the Use of Sunday Schools

  • Author: Franklin Johnson
  • Publisher: Trubner and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 184

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Moving expositionally through the book of Matthew, Franklin Johnson provides critical and practical annotation of the text, while utilizing historical background and extra-biblical texts for clarification regarding the time period. Johnson comprehensively expounds the spiritual and moral implications from the life of Christ.

Franklin Johnson (1836–1916) was educated at the University of Jena and Ottawa University. Johnson later became Professor Emeritus of Church History and Homiletics at the University of Chicago.

Matthew's Gospel

  • Author: John Worcester
  • Publisher: Massachusetts New-Church Union
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 155

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Moving thematically through the book of Matthew, John Worcester provides concise studies on the book of Matthew. Worcester offers practical exposition of the text within historical and social context, as well as consistent synopsis of the text.

When studying the genealogies in Matthew and Luke, . . . Rev. Worcester's book will be absolutely necessary. The comparative reasing should be stimulating and should set ever one thinking—the best thing that can happen to any man.

The New-Church League Journal

John Worcester (1834–1900) was educated at Lawrence Scientific School and Harvard University. Worcester went on to become the Pastor of Newtonville New Church in Massachusetts for forty-two years.

A Commentary on the Gospel According to St. Matthew

  • Author: George Scratton
  • Publisher: Wyman & Sons
  • Publication Date: 1874
  • Pages: 384

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Moving expositionally verse-by-verse, Scratton diligently provides critical commentary and application of common themes. Supplementing the commentary with parallel passages and historical texts, Scratton engages the reader with the active outplay of Jesus' ministry.

George Scratton was Vicar of Stickney.

The Gospel According to St. Matthew, with Notes Critical and Practical

  • Author: M. F. Sadler
  • Publisher: George Bell and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1882
  • Pages: 504

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Examining the book of Matthew in contextual relationship to the Early Church, M. F. Sadler provides critical exegesis of the English, Greek, and Syriac translations.

We can recommend his book to devout and cultivated Churchmen who want to read the Gospels for instruction as well as for edification.

The Saturday Review

A valuable and substantial contribution to the literature of the New testament is made by Mr. Sadler in the volume now before us . . . It might be said that every page of the work lights up the grand historical character of the Church as the one supreme authority for the authenticity and interpretation of the books of Scripture.

The Church Review

It is far the best practical commentary we know, being plain-spoken, fearless, and definite, and containing matter very unlike the milk and water which is often served up in practical commentaries . . . Throughout the whole book the writer is ever on the watch for general principles and teaching, applicable to the wants of our day, which may legitimately be deducted from the Gospel narrative.

Church Quarterly Review

M. F. Sadler was Rector of Honiton an Prebendary of Wells.

St. Matthew's Gospel: The Text Divided into Paragraphs, and Arranged Chronologically, with Notes

  • Author: J. Davies
  • Publisher: George Philip & Son
  • Publication Date: 1872
  • Pages: 261

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Expounding on the critical points displayed in the book of Matthew, the author systematically examines the original text through examination of common characteristics, annotation of parables and critical events, compilation of historical events, and speculation of historical circumstances.

J. Davies is also author of Notes on Genesis, Acts of the Apostles, Book of Common Prayer, and History and Literature of the Tudor and Stuart Periods. Davies was educated at the University of London.

The Gospel of Matthew: An Exposition, vol. 1

  • Author: A. C. Gaebelein
  • Publisher: Gospel Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 1903
  • Pages: 310

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Expositionally moving through Matthew in chronological order, Gaebelein provides insightful commentary with regard to parallel passages, semantic significance, doctrinal clarification, and application of parables. The author inquires into the divine inspiration of Matthew in recording the Gospel and its circumstances. Volume one covers chapters one to fourteen of Matthew.

Pronounced as one of the best expositions of Matthew, of great help to teachers.

The Missionary Review of the World

A. C. Gaebelein (1861–1945) was ordained a deacon in 1884, before becoming an elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church.

The Gospel of Matthew: An Exposition, vol. 2

  • Author: A. C. Gaebelein
  • Publisher: Gospel Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 1907
  • Pages: 326

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Picking up where volume one left off, volume two begins at chapter fourteen of Matthew. Gaebelein continues his elucidation of the text with regard to parallel passages, semantic significance, doctrinal clarification, and application of parables. The author ventures headfirst into the historical and political context at the time of Jesus.

Pronounced as one of the best expositions of Matthew, of great help to teachers.

The Missionary Review of the World

A. C. Gaebelein (1861–1945) was ordained a deacon in 1884, before becoming an elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew

  • Author: John A. Broadus
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1886
  • Pages: 610

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After a thorough introduction regarding the formation of the gospels and early Church doctrines, John A. Broadus moves verse-by-verse philologically and expositionally through the text. Resolving discrepancies in the genealogy and interpretation of parables, Broadus provides well-rounded studies and annotative notes on the Gospel of Matthew.

John A. Brodus (1827–1895) was educated at Brown University and University of Virginia. He later became Professor of Ancient Languages at the University of Virginia and Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Homiletics at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

The Gospel According to Matthew with Introduction, Notes, and Maps

  • Author: A. E. Hillard
  • Publisher: Rivington, Percival & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1896
  • Pages: 148

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Examining the Gospel of Matthew in historical context, Hillard provides concise commentary, annotative notes, maps, and explanatory synopsis on the text. Hillard distills and applies his extensive knowledge of the culture and setting to provide the reader with a more informed context for studying this particular Gospel—and more specifically, the life of Christ.

A. E. Hillard (1865–1935) was educated at Clifton College before becoming Headmaster of Durham School.

Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew

  • Author: James Morison
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1870
  • Pages: 698

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Marveling over the transparency in literary style and composition, James Morison provides extensive studies on the authorship and Gospel of Matthew. Employing philological and exegetical means, Morison examines the life of Matthew, the stylistic authorship, semantic variation across translations, and the life of Christ.

This is, on the whole, the most wise, exhaustive, and serviceable commentary on St. Matthew's Gospel which we have yet seen.

The London Quarterly Review

No competent reader will hesitate to concur in our high admiration of the theological and philological merits of this work—its masterly learning, its freedom from dogmatism and cant, and its exhaustive treatment of the subject.

Scotsman

James Morison was educated at the university of Edinburgh before founding the Evangelical Union in Scotland. Morison died in 1893.

The Gospel According to Matthew Expounded

  • Author: H. T. Adamson
  • Publisher: Sampson Low, Son and Marston
  • Publication Date: 1871
  • Pages: 733

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Expounding the Gospel of Matthew, Adamson provides prodigiously extensive studies containing rhetorical analysis, semantic examination, philological integration, and critical appraisal of the life of Jesus. Adamson focuses on the ministry, doctrine, and lifestyle that Jesus provides through the Gospel.

H. T. Adamson received his Bachelors in Divinity from John's College Cambridge.

A Practical Commentary on the Gospel According to St. Matthew

  • Author: James Morison
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 640

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Discoursing on the exemplification of doctrines and attributes found in Matthew, James Morison provides comprehensive studies kindled with practical application of the inherent principles. Morison wholly explores the life of Jesus in order to draw upon the lifestyle and attitudes we should behold in faith.

We are happy to call the attention of our learned ministerial readers to this painstaking and exhaustive work. No students can do well without it. It is a marvelous display of learning and labor.

The Edinburgh Daily Review

John Morison was educated at the university of Edinburgh before founding the Evangelical Union in Scotland. Morison died in 1893.

Suggestive Illustrations on the Gospel According to Matthew

  • Author: F. N. Peloubet
  • Publisher: E. R. Herrick & Company
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 464

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Focusing on the tropes, illustrations, and figurative language used in the synopsis and description of Matthew, F. N. Peloubet takes the ability to study Matthew to new heights through critical interpretation and elucidation of key parts in the text.

Picturesque language means that he who employs it is a man in alliance with Truth and God. Hence good writings and brilliant discourse are perpetual allegories. An with these forms, the spells of persuasion, the keys of power, and put into his hands.

—Ralph Waldo Emerson

F. N. Peloubet (1831–1920) was educated at Congregational Theological Seminary and University of East Tennessee.

The Gospel According to Matthew: with Notes, Doctrinal, Descriptive, Illustrative, Practical, and Explanatory

  • Editor: David Geo. Goyder
  • Publisher: F. Pitman
  • Publication Date: 1854
  • Pages: 508

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Viewing Christianity as a dispensation from the Law, David Geo. Goyder comprehensively explores the principles and doctrines conveyed through the Gospel of Matthew. Goyder implements the writings of early Church fathers such as Origin, Jerome, Augustine, and Ignatius in order to supplement the his extend and enhance his interpretation.

This result of Dr. Goyder's extensive reading and industry may be considered a useful addition to the literature of the New Church.

The Intellectual Repository for the New Church

David Geo. Goyder (1796–1878) was a physician and a Swedenborgian minister.

The Gospel According to St. Matthew with Introduction and Notes

  • Author: David Smith
  • Editor: A. E. Garvie
  • Publisher: Andrew Melrose
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 264

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Moving verse-by-verse, David Smith illuminates the Gospel of St. Matthew through careful examination and exegesis. Ensuing a proficient introduction, Smith provides extensive notes and elucidation of the text.

David Smith is also author of The Days of His Flesh.

An Exposition of the Gospel According to St. Matthew

  • Author: Daniel Bagot
  • Publisher: R. Groombridge, and J. Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1844
  • Pages: 149

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Indulging in exposition, semantics, and historical context, Daniel Bagot concisely addresses the Gospel of Matthew with pious contemplation and study. Bagot adopts a verse-by-verse manner, which provides ample exposition of meaning—explicit and implicit.

Daniel Bagot was Dean of Dromore and Vicar-general of the Exempt Jurisdiction in Newry and Morne.

An Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to St. Matthew

  • Author: Alfred Plummer
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
  • Publication Date: 1910
  • Pages: 451

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Relying on the Greek and Armenian translations, the author illuminates the Gospel of Matthew in the light of historical events. Comparing Matthew with the rest of the synoptic gospels, Alfred Plummer addresses the Old Testament prophecies fulfilled in Christ.

A work eminently suited to meet the needs of English readers, and which none can study without receiving profit and edification.

Church Times

The most useful English work on St. Matthew that has appeared in our generation. It is exactly the book for which students have been waiting for many years. Indispensable to the student of the Gospels as the best 'Commentary,' on St. Matthew in the English language.

Guardian

Dr. Plummer's 'Commentary' is a masterly specimen, and is a masterpiece of its category.

Homiletic Review

Alfred Plummer was Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford and Late Master of University College, Durham.

A Devotional Commentary on the Gospel of St. Matthew

  • Author: Robert F. Horton
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication Date: 1909
  • Pages: 274

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Arranged as a devotional, Robert F. Horton provides extensive annotation and interpretation in conjunction with application of philology. Horton thoroughly explores the use of allegories and literary devices throughout the Gospel.

Robert F. Horton (1855–1934) was educated at Shrewsbury School and New College, Oxford. He went on to become pastor of the Congregational Church in Hampshire.

The Gospel According to Saint Matthew with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary

  • Author: A. J. Maas
  • Publisher: B. Herder
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 370

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Examining the topological structure of Matthew, A. J. Maas provides careful exposition and discourse of Gospel of Matthew in relationship to the other Synoptic Gospels. Drawing resolutely on the writings of the Early Church Fathers, A. J. Maas establishes the importance of the Gospel of Matthew.

A. J. Maas (1859–1927) was Professor of Oriental Languages at Woodstock College.

The Gospel of Matthew: An Exposition

  • Author: Charles R. Erdman
  • Publisher: The Westminster Press
  • Publication Date: 1921
  • Pages: 233

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Dividing the Gospel of Matthew into thematic sections, the author provides clear exposition and connection between Matthew and the prophecies of the Old Testament. Erdman clarifies the genealogy of Christ, gives adequate synopsis of key principles, and analyzes the explicit and implicit connections to the Old Testament.

Within the limits the writer has prescribed for himself, the commentary is clear, concise, helpful, and devotional in spirit.

The Homiletic Review

Charles R. Erdman (1866–1960) was educated at Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary. Erdman was ordained in 1891, and went on to become pastor of Overbrook Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.

Lectures on the Gospel of Matthew

  • Author: William Kelly
  • Publisher: G. Morrish
  • Publication Date: 1940
  • Pages: 428

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Arranged as a series of twenty-eight lectures, William Kelly provides apologetic defense of the first Synoptic Gospel through chapter-by-chapter discourse and interpretation. Kelly provides comprehensive stylistic and contextual comparison with the other Synoptic Gospels.

William Kelly (1821–1906) was educated to Trinity College before going into pastoral ministry.

A Homiletic Analysis of the Gospel by Matthew

  • Author: Joseph Parker
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1870
  • Pages: 358

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Homiletically examining the book of Matthew, the author rhetorically examines the composition, authorship, importance, and doctrines presented throughout the Gospel. Parker engages and studies the fundamental elements of the Gospel of Matthew with extensive fervor.

Joseph Parker (1830–1902) was educated at University College and Cavendish College. Parker later became Pastor at the Pultry Chapel in London.

The Gospel According to Matthew

  • Author: Joseph Addison Alexander
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
  • Publication Date: 1864
  • Pages: 456

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Moving expositionally verse-by-verse, Joseph Addison Alexander provides insightful commentary on the genealogy of Christ, the allegories and parables presented, and the progression of Jesus' life. Emphasizing the didactic and extraordinary nature of this particular Gospel, Alexander provides exhaustive studies and clarification of the text.

Dr. Alexander brought to his explanation of Matthew the same fullness of information, the same scholarly culture, the same unhesitating orthodoxy, the same pure and wholesome style that marked his previous Commentaries.

The Christian Review

Joseph Addison Alexander (1809–1860) was educated at Princeton University before accepting the position of Professor of Oriental and Biblical Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary.

The Star of the Wise Men: Being a Commentary on the Second Chapter of St. Matthew

  • Author: Richard Chenevix Trench
  • Publisher: H. Hooker
  • Publication Date: 1850
  • Pages: 116

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Focusing solely on the second chapter of Matthew, Trench provides concise commentary on the journey of the Magi and the flight to Egypt. Trench draws upon alternative texts to clarify the historical and political circumstances at that time.

He unites a familiarity with the writings of the Fathers with an intimate sequaintance with the modern critics, and presents the results of his learning in an agreeable and winning style, while he never forgets to mellow his compositions by a strain of graceful and earnest pious feeling.

New Englander and Yale Review

Richard Chenevix Trench (1807–1886) was educated at Trinity College before being appointed Theological Chair at King's College in London. Trench authored many books including Commentary on the Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia, Synonyms of the New Testament, and Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey.

The Wise Men: Who They Were and How They Came to Jerusalem

  • Author: Francis W. Upham
  • Publisher: Hunt & Eaton
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 253

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Focused on developing the character and background of the Magi, Francis W. Upham draws upon biblical and extra-biblical sources to clarify the Ancient Near East's expectations and hope of a Messiah. Upham gives ample clarification of Persian and Asiatic religious beliefs around that time.

On the question as to the Magi, Dr. Upham has bestowed an examination at once scholarly and thorough, has removed all difficulty, and has invested the whole subject with singular interest. The volume has our earnest commendation.

The Critic

Francis W. Upham was Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers Female College in New York from 1867–1870.

Product Details

  • Title: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew
  • Volumes: 25
  • Pages: 9277