Dividing the Gospel of Matthew into thematic sections, the author provides clear exposition and connection between Matthew and the prophecies of the Old Testament. Erdman clarifies the genealogy of Christ, gives adequate synopsis of key principles, and analyzes the explicit and implicit connections to the Old Testament.
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Within the limits the writer has prescribed for himself, the commentary is clear, concise, helpful, and devotional in spirit.
—The Homiletic Review
Charles R. Erdman was educated at Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary. Erdman was ordained in 1891, and went on to become pastor of Overbrook Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.