By Thos. O. Summers / M. E. Church / 1872
The Gospel of Luke provides the longest account of Jesus’ infancy and birth, and devotes more focus to the women of Jesus’ ministry. Summers’ commentary on each verse presents only a technical exposition of the book, leaving theological interpretation available for the reader. Summers’ experience with translation issues, the origin of the Synoptics, and significant parallel passages in the LLX Old Testament and the rest of the New Testament demonstrate a high level of biblical study.