Matthew: An Expositional Commentary
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Who was Jesus? What was His mission? The gospel of Matthew opens the New Testament with a rich portrait of the Messiah who fulfills God’s promises to Israel and proclaims the coming of God’s kingdom. In this volume, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the events of Jesus’ life, from His miraculous birth to His triumphant resurrection, and explains some of His most famous teachings, including the Sermon on the Mount and the Great Commission. As Dr. Sproul looks back on these crucial moments in history, he also provides pastoral wisdom on how the church is to worship and serve in the present age.
Dr. Sproul’s expositional commentaries help you understand key theological themes and apply them to all areas of your life. Drawn from decades of careful study and delivered from a pastor’s heart, these sermons are readable, practical, and thoroughly Bible-centered. Here is your opportunity to learn from a trusted teacher and theologian as he leads you through God’s Word and shares his perspective on living faithfully for God’s glory. This is a series to serve pastors, small groups, and growing Christians who want to know the Bible better.
Dr. R.C. Sproul (1939-2017) was founder of Ligonier Ministries, an international Christian discipleship organisation located near Orlando, Fla. He was also founding pastor of Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford, Fla., first president of Reformation Bible College, and executive editor of Tabletalk magazine. His radio program, Renewing Your Mind, is still broadcast daily on hundreds of radio stations around the world and can also be heard online. Dr. Sproul contributed dozens of articles to national evangelical publications, spoke at conferences, churches, colleges, and seminaries around the world, and wrote more than one hundred books, including The Holiness of God, Chosen by God, and Everyone’s a Theologian. He also served as general editor of the Reformation Study Bible.
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Sproul, R.C., (Author)
Reformation Trust Publishing (2019), 771 pages