|Author:||H. A. Ironside|
|Published by:||Loizeaux Brothers (1948)|
|Series:||Works of H.A. Ironside|
|Subjects:||Matthew ⇒ Commentaries|
|Also included in:||The Works of H. A. Ironside (65 vols.) ($354.99)|
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The Gospel of Matthew is pre-eminently a Jewish Gospel, written to address Jewish concerns and customs, and to recount the story of Jesus from a Jewish perspective. In his chapter-by-chapter analysis of the book, Ironside shows that readers of Matthew must bear in mind the dominant metaphors of kingdom in order to understand the life of Christ from a Jewish perspective, and to understand the Gospel in our own era.