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His discussion here is quite careful and I think many will find it persuasive.
It also stands in contrast to something like Keener's commentary on Matthew, with, for example, its 150-page bibliography of secondary sources!
Eerdmans has done an excellent job in the NICNT series, and France's contribution on Matthew is equal to Romans (Moo) and Revelation (Beale).
I really like this comentary...it helps me greatly in my study and preparation for classPublished 2 months ago by Happy toaster
Great commentary, especially if you're looking for a more scholarly explanation.Published 2 months ago by Alan McCullough
The kindle format is in money too expensive and in feature very poor. It is difficult to find a page, and the summary is not complete, lacking all subtitles. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carlos André da Cruz Leandro
RT France has written an amazing reference on Matthew. I must for anyone studying the Gospel of Matthew.Published 9 months 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 10 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 10 months ago by Ed