Item description for A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew by Albert Kirk & Robert E. Obach...
"A Commentary of the Gospel of Matthew" presents a thorough and penetrating study of Matthew's Gospel. Anyone looking for a good blend of biblical scholarship and ideas for personal reflection will find such an approach in this eight-week study. Kirk and Obach pay special attention to how Matthew's Gospel focuses the reader's attention on the teachings of Jesus. Rev. Albert Kirk is a pastor and religious educator in the Diocese of Memphis. Robert E. Obach is coordinator of Adult Education for the Diocese of Memphis. They are co-authors of "A Commentary on the Gospel of Luke" and "A Commentary on the Gospel of John."
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Studio: Academic Renewal Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.56" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.78 lbs.
Release Date Nov 15, 2002
Publisher Academic Renewal Press
ISBN 0788099345 ISBN13 9780788099342
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More About Albert Kirk & Robert E. Obach
Kirk is a pastor and religious educator in the Diocese of Memphis.
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Commentary meant to be used in parish study Aug 8, 2007
Presents the program of the Diocese of Memphis for studying Matthew's gospel. Parishes looking for a well-written and sound format for studying this gospel will find such an approach in this program. Members of study groups read the gospel on their own and come together to discuss and reflect on what has been read. The commentary is a good blend of contemporary biblical scholarship and ideas for personal reflection and organizing a study group meeting. The GOOD NEWS FOR MODERN MAN version of the Bible is used.