01. Gospel of Matthew

Interpreting Old Testament Prophetic Literature in Matthew: Double Fulfillment

Matthew: Introduction, Argument, and Outline

Mosaic Imagery in the Gospel Of Matthew

The End of the First Gospel

“Even the Dogs”: Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew

How Jesus Christ Fulfills the Old Testament: An Exegesis of Matthew 5:17-19

The Doctrine of the Kingdom in Matthew 13

On Wealth and Worry: Matthew 6:19-34 – Meaning and Significance

Matthew’s Use of the Old Testament: A Preliminary Analysis

The Kingdom in Matthew

The Beauty of Matthew’s Gospel

Mosaic Imagery in the Gospel of Matthew

Matthew and John on the Witness Stand

The New Temple: A Study of the Origins of the Catechetical ‘Form’ of the Church in the New Testament

Jesus as Anointed and Healing Son of David in the Gospel of Matthew

Matthew’s Intention to Write History

Son of God in Roman Imperial Titles and Matthew

The Gospel of Matthew

Introduction to Matthew’s Gospel

The Gospels of Matthew 

The Gospel of Matthew

An Introduction to Matthew

Christological Ambiguities in the Gospel of Matthew

The Kingdom of Heaven in the Gospel of Matthew 

The Gospel According to Matthew – Sermon Transcripts

A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew

Sermons on Matthew

Teachings of Jesus – Matthew (Chapters 4-18)

Matthew Archive Volumes 1-2

Matthew Archive Volumes 3-4

Matthew Archive Volumes 5-6

Matthew Archive Volumes 7-9

The Parables

Highlights in the Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ

Expostitory Sermons from Matthew

Sermons from Matthew

Exposition of the Gospel of Matthew

Sermons on Matthew

Sermons From the Book of Matthew

Series on Matthew

Matthew – MacPhail’s Manuscripts

Matthew Sermons

Sermons on Matthew

Matthew

An Exposition of the Gospel of Matthew

Studies in the Gospel of Matthew

Exposition of the Gospel of Matthew (Series)

The homilies on Matthew, pt. 1 of 3

The homilies on Matthew, pt. 2 of 3

The homilies on Matthew, pt. 3 of 3

Sermons on selected lessons of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, and Luke

Commentary on Matthew

Teachings of Jesus (94-Part Series from Matthew)

The Gospel of Matthew

Sermon Series on the Gospel of Matthew

 

Journals

David B. Capes, “Intertextual Echoes in the Matthean Baptismal Narrative,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 9 (1999): 37-49.

Christ is Not as We Are (Matt. 17:1-9) (Fred B. Craddock)

The Gospel Of Matthew (William R. Cannon)

Craig S. Keener, Matthew. IVP New Testament Commentary Series. Leicester: IVP, 1997. Hbk. ISBN: 0851116825. pp.424.

Feed My Dogs (Matt. 15:21-28) (Garret Keizer)

Robert K. McIver, “Twentieth Century Approaches to the Matthean Community,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 37.1 (Spring 1999): 23-38.

Gerhard Maier, “Three Commentaries on Matthew: a Review,” Themelios 12.3 (April 1987): 89-93.

Christ is Risen (Matthew 28: 1-10) (T.V. Philip)

Come Unto Me (Matthew 11:25-30) (T.V. Philip)

A Child Shall Lead Us (Isa. 11:6, 8-9; Mark 10:15; Matt 18:1ff; Luke 11:11ff) (Lamin Sanneh)

Matthew (Bob Utley)

Dale C. Allison, Jr., “‘Elijah must come first’”, Journal of Biblical Literature 103.2 (June 1984): 256-258.

Dale C. Allison, Jr., “The structure of the Sermon on the Mount,” Journal of Biblical Literature 106.3 (Sept. 1987): 423-445.

How Jesus Christ Fulfills the Old Testament: An Exegesis of Matthew 5:17-19 (James Arlandson)

Jon N. Bailey, “Vowing Away the Fifth Commandment: Matthew 15:3- 6//Mark 7:9-13,” Restoration Quarterly 42 (2000) 193-209.

Mark L. Bailey, “The Doctrine of the Kingdom in Matthew 13,” Bibliotheca Sacra 156: 624 (1999): 443-451.

Wayne S. Baxter, “Mosaic Imagery In The Gospel Of Matthew,” Trinity Journal 20:1 (Spring 1999): 69-83.

Craig L. Blomberg, “On Wealth and Worry: Matthew 6:19-34 – Meaning and Significance,” Criswell Theological Review 6.1 (1992) 73-89.

Oscar S. Brooks, “The Function of the Double Love Command in Matthew 22:34-40,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 36.1 (Spring 1998): 7-22.

Lynne Courter Boughton, “‘Being Shed for You/Many’: Time-Sense and Consequences in the Synoptic Cup Citations,” Tyndale Bulletin 48.2 (1997): 249-270.

James Breckenridge, “Evangelical Implications of Matthean Priority,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.1 (1983): 117-121.

F.F. Bruce, “The End of the First Gospel,” The Evangelical Quarterly 12 (1940): 203-214.

F.F. Bruce, “The Book of Zechariah and the Passion Narrative,” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 43 (March 1961): 336-353.

F.F. Bruce, “Are The Gospels Anti-Semitic?” Eternity 24 (November 1973): 16-18.

Matthew’s Use of the Old Testament: A Preliminary Analysis (Lee Campbell)

David B. Capes, “Intertextual Echoes in the Matthean Baptismal Narrative,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 9 (1999): 37-49.

D.A. Carson, “Christological Ambiguities in the Gospel of Matthew,” Harold Rowden, ed., Christ our Lord. Studies in Christology Presented to Donald Guthrie. Leicester: IVP, 1982. Hbk. ISBN: 0877849552. pp.97-114.

D.A. Carson, “Jewish Leaders in Matthew’s Gospel: A Reappraisal,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 25.2 (1982): 161-174.

J. Daryl Charles, “Garnishing with the ‘Greater Righteousness’: The Disciple’s Relationship to the Law (Matthew 5:17–20,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.1 (2002): 1-15.

Ben Chenoweth, “Identifying the Talents: Contextual Clues for the Interpretation of the Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30),” Tyndale Bulletin 56.1 (2005): 61-72.

Alan Cole, The New Temple: A Study of the Origins of the Catechetical ‘Form’ of the Church in the New Testament. London: The Tyndale Press, 1950. pp.55. 

H.J. Bernard Combrink, “The Structure of the Gospel of Matthew as Narrative,” Tyndale Bulletin 34 (1983): 61-90. 

Donald E. Cook, “A Gospel Portrait of the Pharisees,” Review & Expositor 84.2 (Spring 1987): 221-233.

Robert D. Culver, “What is the church’s commission: Some exegetical issues in Matthew 28:16-20,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 10.2 (Spring 1967): 115-126. Available: HERE or HERE

Gary W. Derickson, “Matthean Priority/Authorship and Evangelicalism’s Boundary,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 14.1 (Spring 2003): 87-103.

Paul Elbert, “The Perfect Tense in Matthew 16:19 and Three Charismata,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 17.3 (1974): 149-155.

Richard J. Erickson, “Joseph and the Birth of Isaac in Matthew 1,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 10.1 (2000): 35-51.

Paul Frederick Feiler, “The Stilling of the Stormin Matthew: A Response to Günther Bornkamm,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.4 (1983): 399-406.

Dick France, “Matthew’s Gospel in Recent Study,” Themelios 14.2 (Jan./Feb. 1989): 41-46.

Hal Freeman, “The Great Commission and the New Testament: An Exegesis of Matthew 28:16-20,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 1.4 (Winter 1997): 14-23.

John E. Goldingay, “The Old Testament and Christian faith: Jesus and the Old Testament in Matthew 1-5 Part 1,” Themelios 8.1 (Sept. 1982): 4-10.

John E. Goldingay, “The Old Testament and Christian faith: Jesus and the Old Testament in Matthew 1-5 Part 2,” Themelios 8.2 (January 1983): 5-12.

Robert H. Gundry, “A Response to ‘Matthew And Midrash’,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.1 (1983): 41-56.

Robert H. Gundry, “A Surrejoinder to Douglas J. Moo,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.1 (1983): 71-86.

Daniel M. Gurtner, “The Rending of the Veil (Matt. 27:51a par): A Look Back and a Way Forward,” Themelios 29.3 (Summer 2004): 4-14.

Clay Ham, “The Last Supper in Matthew,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 10.1 (2000): 53-69.

Rev Dr. Anthony E. Harvey, Eunuchs For the Sake of the Kingdom. The Ethel M. Wood Lecture delivered before the University of London on 15 March 1995. London: University of London, 1993. Pbk. ISBN: 0718712749. pp.28.

Homer Heater, Jr., “Matthew 2:6 And Its Old Testament Sources,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.4 (1983): 395-397.

Andrew Duff Heffern, “The four women in St. Matthew’s genealogy of Christ,” Journal of Biblical Literature 31.2 (1912): 69-81.

Norman Hillyer, “Matthew’s Use of the Old Testament,” The Evangelical Quarterly 36.1 (Jan.-Mar. 1964): 12-26.

Michael W. Holmes, “The text of the Matthean divorce passages: a comment on the appeal to harmonization in textual decisions,” Journal of Biblical Literature 109.4 (Winter 1990): 651-664.

Morris Inch, “Matthew and the House-Churches,” Evangelical Quarterly 43.4 (Oct.-Dec. 1971): 196-202. 

David Instone-Brewer, “The Two Asses of Zechariah 9:9 in Matthew 21,” Tyndale Bulletin 54.1 (2003): 89-98. 

Gordon D. Kirchhevel, ” He That Cometh in Mark 1:7 and Matt 24:30,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 4 (1994): 105-112.

Simon Kistemaker, “Children in the Market Place,” Evangel 4:2 (1986): 12.

Matthew and John on the Witness Stand (Gregory Koukl)

Jack P. Lewis, “‘The Gates Of Hell Shall Not Prevail Against It’ (Matt 16:18): A Study Of The History Of Interpretation,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 38.2 (1995): 349-367.

David McClister, “‘Where Two Or Three Are Gathered Together’: Literary Structure As A Key To Meaning In Matt 17:22-20:19,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 39.4 (1996): 549-558.

Jonathan T. Pennington, “The Kingdom of Heaven in the Gospel of Matthew,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 12.1 (Spring 2008): 44-51.

Jonathan T. Pennington, “Matthew 13 and the Function of the Parables in the First Gospel,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 13.3 (Autumn 2009): 12-20.

Rev Prof. T.W. Manson, Jesus and the non-Jews. The Ethel M. Wood lecture delivered before the University of London on 3 March 1954. London: The Athlone Press, 1955. Pbk. pp.22.

W. Harold Mare, “The Smallest Mustard Seed: Matthew 13:32,” Grace Journal 9.3 (1968): 3-11.

Douglas J. Moo, “Matthew And Midrash: An Evaluation of Robert H. Gundry’s Approach,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.1 (1983): 17-30.

Douglas J. Moo, “Once Again, ‘Matthew and Midrash’: A Rejoinder to Robert H. Gundry,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.1 (1983): 57-70.

Mark Moulton, “Jesus Goal For Temple And Tree: A Thematic Revisit Of Matt 21:12-22,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 41.4 (1998): 561-574.

Neil D. Nelson, Jr., “‘This Generation’ in Matt 24:34: A Literary Critical Perspective,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 38.2 (1995): 369-385.

Kenneth G.C. Newport, “A Note on the ‘seat of Moses’ (Matthew 23:2),” Andrews University Seminary Studies 28.1 (Spring 1990): 53-58.

John Nolland, “Genealogical Annotation in Genesis as Background for the Matthean Genealogy of Jesus,” Tyndale Bulletin 47.1 (1996): 115-122.

John Nolland, “Jechoniah and His Brothers (Matthew 1:11),” Bulletin for Biblical Research 7 (1997): 169-178.

Kim Paffenroch, “Jesus as Anointed and Healing Son of David in the Gospel of Matthew,” Biblica 80 (1999): 547-554.

A.J. Petrotta, “An Even Closer Look At Matt 2:6 And Its Old Testament Sources,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 33.3 (1990): 311-315.

Stanley E. Porter & Paul Buchanan, “On The Logical Structure of Matt 19:9,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 34.3 (1991): 335-339.

Charles L. Quarles, “The Protevangelium of James as an Alleged Parallel to Creative Historiography in the Synoptic Birth Narratives,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 8 (1998): 139-149.

Noel S. Rabbinowitz, “Matthew 23:2-4: Does Jesus Recognise the Authority of hte Pharisees and Does He Endorse Their Halakhah?” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society46.3 (September 2003): 423-447.

D.W.B. Robinson, “The Use of Parabole in the Synoptic Gospels,” The Evangelical Quarterly 21.2 (April 1949): 93-108.

Henry A. Sanders, “The genealogies of Jesus,” Journal of Biblical Literature 32.3 (1913): 184-193.

J.W. Scott, “Matthew’s Intention to Write History,” Westminster Theological Journal 47.1 (1985): 68-82.

J. Julius Scott, Jr., “Gentiles and the Ministry of Jesus: Further Observations on Matt 10:5-6; 15:21-28,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 33.2 (1990): 161-169.

Jack Russell Shaffer, “A Harmonization of Matt 8:5-13 and Luke 7:1-10,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 17.1 (Spring 2006): 35-50.

David C. Sim, “Matthew and the Gentiles: A Response to Brendan Byrne—and Byrne Responds,” Australian Biblical Review 50 (2002): 74–79.

Gene B. Smillie, “‘Even the Dogs’: Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 45.1 (2002): 73-97.

H.B. Smith, “The Structure of the Gospel According to Matthew,” Bibliotheca Sacra 1 No. 1 (1844): 86-97.

David L. Turner, “The Structure and Sequence of Matthew 24:1-41: Interaction with Evangelical Treatments,” Grace Theological Journal 10.1 (1989) 3-27.

The Origin of Jesus Christ: Matthew 1:1-25 (Herman C. Waetjen)

David Wenham, “The Resurrection Marratives in Matthew’s Gospel,” Tyndale Bulletin 24 (1973): 21-54. 

David Wenham, “Jesus and the Law: an Exegesis of Matthew 5:17-20,” Themelios 4.3 (April 1979): 92-96.

David Wenham, “A Note on Matthew 24:10-12,” Tyndale Bulletin 31 (1980): 155-162. 

Bruce W. Winter, “The Messiah as the Tutor: the Meaning of kathegetes in Matthew 23:10,” Tyndale Bulletin 42.1 (1991): 152-157. 

Robert L. Mowery, “Son of God in Roman Imperial Titles and Matthew,” Biblica 83 (2002): 100-110.

 

 

 

 


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