In A Harmonized Exposition of the Four Gospels the Greek texts of the four gospels are arranged in the form of a harmony. A literal English translation accompanies the Greek text and is arranged in the same way. By this arrangement, the life of Christ becomes one connected narrative, and the statements of each Evangelist become fuller and clearer, being supplemented by the parallel passages of the others. Along with this harmony, A. E. Breen provides a critical commentary, with special attention given to adapt the book for pulpit use—hence the moral application of the events, words, and deeds is made a main feature of this unique commentary.
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Arthur Edward Breen was born in Amity, New York in 1863. Ordained in 1893, Breen was the rector of St. Patrick's Church in Mount Morris, New York, and Professor of Exegesis and Hebrew at St. Bernard's Theological Seminary.