Homilies on the Gospel of St. Matthew

[In Matthaeum homiliae]
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This complete commentary on Matthew defends the unity of Scripture. God is the lawgiver for both Covenants; the Old Testament prepares for the New. Confronting Arianism, it emphasizes the equality of the Father and the Son. Man’s ultimate end is to give glory to God. Stresses love for God’s law and living the virtues, with many practical examples. Contains many references to how the early Christians lived their faith in the middle of the world.

Author: Redacción Delibris, Italy, 2018