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For example, his Bibliography of books, commentaries, and journal articles covers thirty five pages!
The book itself is quite well written; differing points of view are treated fairly; and the sense of what Matthew is trying to convey is clearly presented here.
Eerdmans has done an excellent job in the NICNT series, and France's contribution on Matthew is equal to Romans (Moo) and Revelation (Beale).
RT France has written an amazing reference on Matthew. I must for anyone studying the Gospel of Matthew.Published 1 month ago by Ian O'Meara
A really fine addition to my library. Arrived in excellent condition. Would recommend this edition to anyone who studies the Bible.Published 2 months ago by William C. Elliott II
I have done a fair amount of browsing in commentaries on the Gospel of Matthew and all-in-all, this is my hands-down favorite. Dr. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ed
I taught our high school Sunday School class through the book of Matthew last year and wanted to have a bit more theological rigor in my lessons. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Metzger
Objective information; rich in cultural background data; profound spiritually.
I discovered the deep links and analogies to the Old Testament.
If you want a commentary on the gospel of Matthew, this is the one to get. The author is a genuine authority on this book of the bible. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carey Conn
While I often disagree with the judgments, as France toes the orthodox line and ignores some of the better scholarship to do so, it lays out Matthew in good detail. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Marvin C. Bracy
I'm a pastor preaching through the Gospel of Matthew, and cannot commend this commentary highly enough. I much prefer it to Leon Morris and Grant Osborne. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by Michael R. Francis