Opening the Scriptures: Matthew

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Opening the Scriptures is neither a new series of technical commentaries, nor is it a collection of sermons. Instead it offers devout church members a series of popularly accessible primers so that the average churchgoer can easily grasp them.

The organization of this series follows the four main sectional divisions of Holy Scripture: the Torah, the many prophetic books, the Psalms and wisdom books, and the New Testament. The authors of Opening the Scriptures show throughout that Holy Scripture is from A to Z the Book of God's covenant with his people.

Contents

1. Jesus’s Genealogy, Birth, and Early Years (Matt. 1–2)
Jesus’s Work in Galilee (Matt. 3–18)
2. Publicly Designated as God’s Son (Matt. 3:1–4:11)
3. Initial Travels in Galilee (Matt. 4:12–25)
4. Explaining the Gospel of the Kingdom (Matt. 5–7)
5. Performing Miracles in Galilee (Matt. 8–9)
6. Sending Out the Twelve Disciples (Matt. 10)
7. Encountering Unbelief and Faith in Israel (Matt. 11–13)
8. Desiring to Withdraw, Yet Exercising Compassion (Matt. 14)
9. Concluding Work in Galilee (Matt. 15–18)
Jesus’s Final Appearance in Judea (Matt. 19–25)
10. Traveling to Judea and Jerusalem (Matt. 19–20)
11. Final Preaching in Jerusalem (Matt. 21–25)
Closing Scenes (Matt. 26–28)
12. Jesus’s Suffering, Death, and Burial (Matt. 26–27)
13. Jesus’s Resurrection and Return to Galilee (Matt. 28)

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Opening the Scriptures is neither a new series of technical commentaries, nor is it a collection of sermons. Instead it offers devout church members a series of popularly accessible primers so that the average churchgoer can easily grasp them. The organization of this series follows the four main sectional divisions of Holy Scripture: the Torah, the many prophetic books, the Psalms and wisdom books, and the New Testament. The authors of Opening the Scriptures show throughout that Holy Scripture is from A to Z the Book of God's covenant with his people. Contents 1. Jesus’s Genealogy, Birth, and Early Years (Matt. 1–2) Jesus’s Work in Galilee (Matt. 3–18) 2. Publicly Designated as God’s Son (Matt. 3:1–4:11) 3. Initial Travels in Galilee (Matt. 4:12–25) 4. Explaining the Gospel of the Kingdom (Matt. 5–7) 5. Performing Miracles in Galilee (Matt. 8–9) 6. Sending Out the Twelve Disciples (Matt. 10) 7. Encountering Unbelief and Faith in Israel (Matt. 11–13) 8. Desiring to Withdraw, Yet Exercising Compassion (Matt. 14) 9. Concluding Work in Galilee (Matt. 15–18) Jesus’s Final Appearance in Judea (Matt. 19–25) 10. Traveling to Judea and Jerusalem (Matt. 19–20) 11. Final Preaching in Jerusalem (Matt. 21–25) Closing Scenes (Matt. 26–28) 12. Jesus’s Suffering, Death, and Burial (Matt. 26–27) 13. Jesus’s Resurrection and Return to Galilee (Matt. 28)

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Edited By No
Translated By Nelson D. Kloosterman, Theodore Plantinga
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Publisher Christian's Library Press
Year Published 2014
Book Excerpt N/A
SKU 320

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