In The Gospel of Matthew, George Buchanan uses intertextuality to provide significant insights and enrich biblical study. He focuses on the way Matthew used the Old Testament, attempting to show which texts Matthew used, how he used them, and what the Matthean text means now. Buchanan places the text of Matthew and its accompanying Old Testament intertext side by side, including commentary on both. His commentary is more technical in nature rather than doctrinal, and his approach provides valuable context—using the Old Testament, other ancient texts, and myriad other resources.
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