Re: [ematthew] Matthew List - bibliography
> �Howdy. I'm new on this list and look forward toThanks for this. Though I think it is really Harris himself who
> furthering my understanding of Matthew's Gospel.
> I noticed on the Harris site, that there is a bibliography.
> I would like to recommend two excellent resources
> for the study of Matthew (I didn't see either listed).
> "Follow Me: Discipleship According to Matthew"
> by Martin Franzmann, CPH, 1961. It is more of a
> theological commentary, but a superb resource
> for pulling together the themes of the Gospel.
> "The Gospel According to Matthew: A Structural
> Commentary on Matthew's Faith" by Daniel
> Patte, Fortress Press, 1987. This book is
> worth the time to investigate the connection
> between Matthew's message and the structure
> which he uses to communicate that message.
> Hope this is acceptable for the list.
> In Christ,
determines what does and does not get listed in his bibliographies,�
I'll store the information away in case it should be otherwise.
What I am really looking for, however, is not bibliography, but good web
sites and **online** resources for Matthew.� If you have **these**, send
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.)
1500 W. Pratt Blvd. #1
Chicago, IL 60626
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