John MacEvilly’s exposition of the gospels of Matthew and Mark offers a clear, Catholic passage-by-passage interpretation of the text. It combines traditional exegesis with moral exhortation and so has been widely used as a daily devotional. The work was originally intended for laymen, but quickly found a place as a textbook in seminary education and has seen numerous editions.
With the Logos edition of An Exposition of the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, every word is essentially a link. Scripture references are linked directly to the original language texts and English Bible translations in your library. For every word—in English, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, or any language—you can double-click on that word, and your digital library will automatically search your lexicons for a match. That gives you instant access to a wealth of technical linguistic and etymological data, along with tools for accurate exegesis and interpretation.
“It would seem, that the words of our Redeemer, as far as verse” (Page 454)
“for reprobation, to be the prey of demons, and eternal fire. Others, give these words an opposite signification, to mean” (Page 465)
“St. Matthew wishes to convey that all these promises were fulfilled in Christ” (Page 3)
“means. Those who say, there is allusion here to the end of the world” (Page 450)
“Shall not be forgiven him in this world, or the world to come” (Page 232)