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.
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John A. Brodus 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 the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.