Focusing solely on the second chapter of Matthew, Richard Chenevix Trench provides concise commentary on the journey of the Magi and the flight to Egypt. Trench draws upon alternative texts to clarify the historical and political circumstances at that time.
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He unites a familiarity with the writings of the Fathers with an intimate sequaintance with the modern critics, and presents the results of his learning in an agreeable and winning style, while he never forgets to mellow his compositions by a strain of graceful and earnest pious feeling.
—New Englander and Yale Review
Richard Chenevix Trench was educated at Trinity College before being appointed Theological Chair at King's College in London. Trench authored many books including Classic Commentaries and Studies on Revelation, Synonyms of the New Testament, and Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey.