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“An up-to-the-minute, mid-range, pastorally focused collection of Explorations in Biblical Theology.”

J. I. Packer, Regent College

“Neither superficial nor highly technical. . . . Reformed theology as it is most helpfully taught.”

Wayne Grudem, Phoenix Theological Seminary

The Explorations in Biblical Theology series addresses the need for quality literature that attracts believing readers to good theology and builds them up in their faith. Each title in the series combines solid content with accessibility and readability—a valuable addition to the library of any college student, thoughtful lay reader, seminarian, or pastor.

Who is Jesus? Why should we worship him? This book answers those questions by surveying Matthew’s primary theological themes and how they interconnect with the rest of the Bible. Quarles focuses on Matthew’s portrait of Jesus as the Savior of sinners, the King of God’s people, the founder of a new Israel, and the incarnation of the Creator.

“This is biblical theology at its finest. Dr. Quarles is closely tethered to the text, attentive to allusions from the Old Testament, and unrelenting in his emphasis on the one-of-a-kind glory of Jesus as God. I commend this book very highly. It will stoke a fire in your heart and create a burning desire to herald the glories of Jesus from the treasures, new and old, in the gospel of Matthew.”

Jason Meyer, Pastor for Preaching and Vision, Bethlehem Baptist Church

“Using key Old Testament figures and themes as his framework, Charles Quarles summarizes very nicely Matthew’s main theological ideas. The book is marked by an admirable combination of biblical exposition and practical application.”

Douglas J. Moo, Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies, Chair of the Committee on Bible Translation, Wheaton College 

Charles L. Quarles (B.A., University of Mississippi; M.Div. and Ph.D., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of New Testament and Biblical Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Religion & Spirituality
November 19
P&R Publishing
Presbyterian and Reformed Publ