Category Archives: Daniel Doriani

Author of a modern commentary on Matthew.

To love mercy…

To love mercy is a great ideal, but to be merciful, we have to watch, lest we miss the opportunity, as the Pharisees did. Daniel Doriani

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No place in the pantheon…

…Jesus wants no place in the pantheon. He commits the cardinal offense for a pluralistic society; he says the other gods are no gods at all. That rouses the ire of the prevailing culture. Daniel Doriani

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Ahead of our schedule…

If we trust God, we know our foes can work no final harm. If they do their worst, they reunite us with God earlier than we had planned. Daniel Doriani

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Common Command…

“Do not fear” is probably the single most common command in the Bible. Daniel Doriani

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That we are deaf…

…the fact that we are deaf does not mean that God fails to speak… Daniel Doriani

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