Ompare and contrast the presentation of Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.

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See commentaries on Matthew by F.V. Filson, London, 1971, David Hill, London, 1972, E. Schweitzer, Atlanta, 1975, R.H. Gundry, Grand Rapids, 1982, D.A. Carson, in The Expositors Bible Commentary, ed. F.E. Gaebelein, vol. 8, Grand Rapids, 1984; vol. 1 of the new International Critical Commentary on Matthew (chs. 1-7), by W.D. Davies and D.C. Allison, Edinburgh, 1988 (this has an excellent detailed introduction); and U. Luz, Matthew: a Continental Commentary, Minneapolis, Fortress Press, 1992. See also R.T. France, Matthew, Evangelist and Teacher, Paternoster, 1989, G. Stanton, A Gospel for a New People, Edinburgh, T&T Clark, 1992, and The Interpretation of Matthew, Edinburgh, T&T Clark, 1995, and C.S. Keener, A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1999. See also the articles in the lecture bibliography, p. 42 of the Unit booklet.
On Luke see I. Howard Marshall, Luke, Historian and Theologian, Grand Rapids, 1970 (3rd edition, 1998), The Gospel of Luke: a Commentary on the Greek Text, Exeter, Paternoster, 1978, J. Fitzmyer, The Gospel according to Luke, New York, Doubleday, 1981, J. Lieu, The Gospel of Luke, Peterborough, Epworth Press, 1997, as well as the selection of essays in L.E. Keck and J.L. Martyn, Studies in Luke-Acts, Nashville, Abingdon, 1966, and O. Betz,  The Kerygma of Luke , in Jesus, der Messias Israels, Tubingen, 1987, pp. 257ff., and D. Buckwalter, The Character and Purpose of Lukes Christology, Cambridge, CUP, 1996. See also R.J. Karris,  Luke 23.47 and the Lucan view of Jesus Death , J.B.L., vol. 105, 1986, pp. 65-74, and G.E. Sterling,  Mors Philosophi: The Death of Jesus in Luke , H.Th.R. vol. 94 no. 4, 2001, pp. 383-402.