in New American Commentary

by Craig L. Blomberg

4.62 Rank Score: 6.44 from 11 reviews, 3 featured collections, and 33 user libraries
Pages 464
Publisher Broadman & Holman
Published 1/1/1992
ISBN-13 9780805401226


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Tim Challies Tim Challies July 16, 2017
If I am reading the experts correctly, there seems to be a significant gap between the first three titles on this list and everything that follows. If you would like to have three good commentaries on Matthew, I think the choices are quite clear and are reflected above. If you want a little bit more variety, then you will likely want to include the volume by Blomberg. Carson assures us it is “not to be missed.” [Full Review]
G Ware G Ware March 6, 2015
A reliable mid-level commentary from a reputable conservative evangelical scholar. A good resource for pastors.
Phillip J. Long Phillip J. Long May 22, 2012
I have always enjoyed reading Blomberg, his work on the parables is one of my favorites. His commentary on Matthew is the most brief of the five I have listed here (432 pages), but Blomberg has a knack for unpacking a text with brevity without sacrificing depth. His footnotes interact with a wide variety of scholarship. He argues for apostolic authority and an early date (A.D. 58-69) for the gospel. He is certain that there is some literary relationship between Matthew and Luke, but is not dogmatic on the synoptic problem. [Full Review]
John Glynn John Glynn September 20, 2008
Jim Rosscup Jim Rosscup September 20, 2008