Expounding on the critical points displayed in the book of Matthew, J. Davies systematically examines the original text through examination of common characteristics, annotation of parables and critical events, compilation of historical events, and speculation of historical circumstances.
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J. Davies is also author of Notes on Genesis, Acts of the Apostles, Book of Common Prayer, and History and Literature of the Tudor and Stuart Periods. Davies was educated at the University of London.