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By M. F. Sadler / George Bell and Sons / 1882
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Examining the book of Matthew in contextual relationship to the Early Church, M. F. Sadler provides critical exegesis of the English, Greek, and Syriac translations.
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A valuable and substantial contribution to the literature of the New testament is made by Mr. Sadler in the volume now before us . . . It might be said that every page of the work lights up the grand historical character of the Church as the one supreme authority for the authenticity and interpretation of the books of Scripture.
—The Church Review
It is far the best practical commentary we know, being plain-spoken, fearless, and definite, and containing matter very unlike the milk and water which is often served up in practical commentaries . . . Throughout the whole book the writer is ever on the watch for general principles and teaching, applicable to the wants of our day, which may legitimately be deducted from the Gospel narrative.
—Church Quarterly Review
M. F. Sadler was Rector of Honiton an Prebendary of Wells.