Today’s free book is a substantial commentary on the Gospel of Matthew by James Morison. My thanks to Book Aid for providing a copy of this public domain title for digitisation.
James Morison [1816-1893], A Practical Commentary on the Gospel According to St. Matthew. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1883. Hbk. pp.635. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]
- The Charm of St. Matthew’s Gospel
- St. Matthew’s Gospel—”Memorials” or “Memoirs”
- St. Matthew’s Memoirs an Evangel or Gospel
- The Phrase “According to”
- Matthew—the Significance of the Name
- Who was St. Matthew?
- Was the Writer of the Gospel St. Matthew the Apostle?
- Hebrew and Greek Originals
- Integrity of St. Matthew’s Gospel
- Date of Publication
- The Gospel according to St. Matthew, as we have it, not a Final “Redaction”
- Relation of St. Matthew’s Gospel to the other two Synoptical Gospels
- Cherubic Symbols of the Four Evangelists
- The Aim and Plan of St. Matthew’s Gospel
- Contents of the Gospel;
- Exposition of the Gospel
Main image: 𝔓37 The front side of Papyrus 37, a 3rd-century papyrus of Matthew 26; currently housed in the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor Library. Source: Wikipedia