Drs. Tim Miller and Ryan Meyer
This course is designed to aid students in the proper exegesis of Matthew. The student will learn to translate portions of the Gospel, weigh some of the major textual variants, and assess the respective interpretive and theological issues. The intent is to advance the student’s facility in the translation and interpretation of the Greek New Testament and to increase the student’s understanding of the content of Matthew. Prerequisite: NT702
- Carson, D. A. “Matthew.” In The Expositor’s Bible Commentary: Matthew, Mark, Luke, edited by Frank E. Gaebelein. Rev. Ed. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2010.
- Quarles, Charles L. Matthew. Ed. by Köstenberger and Yarbrough. Nashville: B&H Academic, 2017.
- One of the following Reader’s Greek New Testaments:
- ThM Students only: Schreiner, Patrick. Matthew, Disciple and Scribe: The First Gospel and Its Portrait of Jesus. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2019.
- Olmstead, Wesley G. Matthew 1–14: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Waco: Baylor Univ. Press, 2019.
- Olmstead, Wesley G. Matthew 15–28: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Waco: Baylor Univ. Press, 2019.
- Wallace, Daniel. Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996.
- An electronic edition of BDAG (A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. 3rd ed.).