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Matthew (People's Bible Commentary) (1996)

by G. Jerome Albrecht, Michael J. Albrecht (Joint Author)

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Matthew was co-authored by father and son, G. Jerome Albrecht and Michael J. Albrecht. G. Jerome was originally commissioned to write the entire volume. When the Lord called him to his eternal rest in May of 1992, he had completed the commentary on the first 18 chapters. Shortly after his father's death, Michael was commissioned to complete his father's work. In doing this, Michael researched his father's sermon files on Matthew texts so that he would reflect his father's thoughts and insights on Matthew as much as possible.
Dedicated to Delores M. Albrecht and Donna M. Albrecht
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The People's Bible Commentary is just what the name implies -- a Bible and commentary for the people.

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Not a single word that Matthew spoke is recorded in his Gospel or in any other book of the Bible, but the words that he wrote comprise one of the greatest, most powerful, most widely read books ever written. ... an extraordinary, precious gift from God.
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