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Concordia Commentary: Matthew 21:1-28:20

, 2018
ISBN: 9780758644381



This commentary carefully expounds the original Greek text and theology of the book of Matthew. Dr. Gibbs employs a narrative approach that carefully attends to the literary structure of Matthew’s Gospel. He interprets the text in light of the original cultural and religious context in which Matthew wrote, as well as the audience for whom he wrote. Gibbs focuses on two themes throughout the commentary: Jesus’ identity and the people’s varied response to his identity.

The Concordia Commentary series enables pastors, professors, and teachers to proclaim the Gospel with greater insight, clarity, and faithfulness to the divine intent of the biblical text. The series covers all of the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments.

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Key Features

  • Provides a theological exposition of sacred Scripture
  • Brings careful attention to the original Greek
  • Includes insight from archaeology, history, and extrabiblical literature


  • Matthew’s Audience
  • Matthew’s Intention
  • Matthew’s Location
  • Matthew, Part 1: The Presentation of Jesus
  • Matthew, Part 2: Ministry and Opposition in Israel—Who Is This Jesus?
  • Matthew, Part 3: The Road to the Cross, the Empty Tomb, and Making Disciples of All Nations

Praise for the Print Edition

A master craftsman with both the language and the message of this Gospel, Gibbs again gives me what I need to preach Christ in the Matthean mode to twenty-first-century hearers—and much more. He leads readers into Jesus’ world and presence. He tunes our ears to what Matthew recounts of his experiences with the Lord. His carefully researched and clearly formulated exposition opens up the setting in first-century Jewish culture, the person of Jesus, and the significance of his words and actions in his cultural context and in ours. This commentary plunges us into the way of thinking Christ came to cultivate for his faithful.

—Robert Kolb, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri

Jeffrey Gibbs consummates his marvelous elucidation of Matthew’s message with this third volume on chapters 21–28. He judiciously combines careful and insightful exegesis of the text, mastery of the Old Testament and historical backgrounds, and exhaustive research in scholarly literature with warmhearted application of the Gospel’s meaning for today. The encyclopedic scope of this commentary provides a rare service for the church as a gold mine for research, teaching, preaching, and personal devotion.

—David E. Garland, Professor of Christian Scriptures, George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

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Professor of Exegetical Theology, Academic Advisor for Sem I Students; Director of Certification Rice University, Houston, Texas (B.A. 1974); Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana (M.Div. 1979, S.T.M. 1988); Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, Richmond, Virginia (Ph.D. 1995); pastor, Calvary, St. Helens, Oregon (1979-86); pastor, Grace, Scappoose, Oregon (1979-89); assistant professor, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (1992-97); assistant academic advisor (1996-99); associate professor (1997-2005); acting chairman of the department of exegetical theology (2000-01); academic advisor for Sem I students since 1999; professor since 2005; director of certification since 2006.

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  1. Jason Haynes

    Jason Haynes


    Excellent commentary. Gibbs combines a thorough analysis of the text with insightful pastoral application.

  2. Larson, Eric G
  3. Jonathan Schroeder
    Have not seen the book yet, but have the first two installments of this Matthew Commentary. Gibbs always seeks to be an exegete and a pastor at the same time. And in my opinion always succeeds. God be praised! One more thing. I am a Lutheran Church Missouri Synod pastor. And have been waiting four years for Logos to electronically make Kretzmann's Popular Commentary part of my Logos library. It won't happen unless you go to community pricing and make your bid! Logos is hoping to sell it for $16 if they get enough people to make a commitment to purchasing it. Kretzmann is over 90 years old, but is still a great resource and part of the Missouri Synod's exegetical history! Make my dream come true and bid. Please!!!