Marveling over the transparency in literary style and composition, James Morison provides extensive studies on the authorship and Gospel of Matthew. Employing philological and exegetical means, Morison examines the life of Matthew, the stylistic authorship, semantic variation across translations, and the life of Christ.
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James Morison was educated at the university of Edinburgh before founding the Evangelical Union in Scotland. Morison died in 1893.