Matthew, 16 - 23 (Volume 3) (Matthieu, 16-23 (Tome 3))
From the reproaches addressed to the Pharisees to the last words full of compassion and hope of Jesus, chapters 16 to 23 of the Gospel according to Matthew present the King who is rejected by his people and the King who will return to his glory.
With all its great themes relating to majesty and glory, rejection and apostasy, the Gospel according to Matthew is most practical. Furthermore, with a clear, simple and direct style, John MacArthur punctuates his careful exegesis with excellent illustrations to produce a practical application of the commented text.
John MacArthur comes from a family of five generations of pastors. His teaching of the Word of God is widely known for his straightforward and careful, verse-by-verse approach. He pays particular attention to the historical and literary background of each passage. A popular author and speaker, he has worked as a pastor-teacher in California since 1969. His ministry shines through his many books (over 150!), Including several bestsellers, radio shows, software, cassettes and CDs. , distributed en masse in several countries. John and his wife, Patricia, have four children and fourteen grandchildren.
Original title: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Matthew 16-23
Author : John MacArthur
ISBN : 978-2-89082-165-1
Publication : 2011
Pages : 655
Dimensions : 5.4 "x 8.3"
Format : paperback
Weight : 760 g