Cambridge Greek Testament – St Matthew by Arthur Carr

This is a commentary on the Greek text of the Gospel of Matthew in the Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools series. A number of people have contacted me to say how helpful this series is proving to students learning Greek, so I am trying to digitise all those in the public domain. You can access links to all the available volumes here.

My thanks to Book Aid more making this public domain title available for digitisation.

Arthur Carr [d.1917], The Gospel According to St Matthew. Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1906. Hbk. pp.330. [Click here to visit the download page for this book]

Table of Contents

  • Preface by the General Editor
  • Editor’s Preface
  • On the Greek Text

I. Introduction

  1. Life of St Matthew
  2. Authorship, Origin, and Characteristics of the Gospel
  3. Analysis of the Gospel
  4. External History during the Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ
  5. Literary Form and Language of the Gospel

II. Text and Notes

III. Notes

IV. Index

Johannine Vocabulary Compared with the Synoptic Gospels

Edwin Abbott Abbott [1838-1926], Johannine Vacabulary. A Comparison of the Words of the Fourth Gospel with Those of the Three

This book should prove of interest to those working on the relationship of John to the Synoptic Gospels. My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this public domain work available for digitisation.

Edwin Abbott Abbott [1838-1926], Johannine Vocabulary. A Comparison of the Words of the Fourth Gospel with Those of the Three. London: Adam & Charles Black, 1905. Hbk. pp.364. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • References and Abbreviations
  • Introduction

Book I: Johannine “Key-Words”

  1. “Believing
  2. “Authority”
  3. Johannine Synonyms

Book II: Johannine and Synoptic Disagreements

  1. Johannine Deviations from Synoptic Vocabulary
  2. Synoptic Deviations from Johannine Vocabulary

Book III: Johannine and Synoptic Agreements

  1. Words Peculiar to John and Mark
  2. Words Peculiar to John and Matthew
  3. Words Peculiar to John and Luke
  4. Words Peculiar to John, Mark, and Matthew
  5. Words Peculiar to John, Mark and Luke
  6. Words Mostly Peculiar to John, Matthew and Luke
  • Appendix and Prepositions
  • Addenda
  • Indices

Gospels as Historical Documents – V.H. Stanton

Vincent Henry Stanton [1846-1924], The Gospels as Historical Documents

The fact that Vincent Henry Stanton’s series of books on the Gospels as Historical Documents is still being cited in recent works on the Gospels is a good indication of their enduring value to scholars.

My thanks to Book Aid for making copies of this public domain set available for digitisation.

Vincent Henry Stanton [1846-1924], The Gospels as Historical Documents. Part I. The Early Use of the Gospels. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1903. Hbk. pp.288.

Vincent Henry Stanton [1846-1924], The Gospels as Historical Documents. Part II. The Synoptic Gospels. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1909. Hbk. pp.376.

Vincent Henry Stanton [1846-1924], The Gospels as Historical Documents. Part III. The Fourth Gospel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1920. Hbk. pp.293. [Click here to visit the download page for these 3 volumes]