The Birth of Jesus: Studies, Notes, and Homilies on the Christmas Story
An original Biblesoft collection of material related to the Birth of Jesus—in particular, the Birth and Infancy narratives in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke (Matthew 1-2, Luke 1-2). Here you will find carefully selected, edited, and assembled:
Excerpts from Books and Monographs—including works of scholars and commentators such as Adolf von Harnack, G. H. Box, B. H. Streeter and others.
Journal Articles—selected exegetical, textual, and other critical studies, contributed from a variety of scholars during the first half of the 20th century.
Critical and exegetical notes—taken from major commentaries, such as the Cambridge Greek Testament, the Expositor's Greek Testament, the International Critical Commentary (ICC) and Lange's commentaries. These notes deal with all of the major text-critical issues in Matthew 1-2 and Luke 1-2.
Homiletics—the exposition of the Infancy narratives, designed to be utilized by preachers and pastors in the preparation of sermons, taken from classic commentaries and homiletical compendia such as The Expositor's Dictionary of Texts, Lange's Commentaries, and Nisbet's Church Pulpit Commentary.
Selected Sermons from famous preachers such as Luther, Spurgeon, Whitefield, Finney, Talmage and others.
All brought together in one resource—for scholar, student and pastor alike—a valuable addition to any library! Each of the many notes and articles, etc, is keyed to the relevant Bible verse and can be accessed under the Commentary menu. Since there are many entries for each verse, you can select the one(s) you wish to study or just browse the wealth of content!