What Are They Saying About Matthew's Sermon on the Mount? is an excellent summary of the contemporary scholarship on the Sermon on the Mount from the past thirty years. Author Warren Carter has selected the historical, source, and redaction critical studies by biblical scholars as well as ethical reflections considered most important over the past three decades. He begins, most appropriately, with the sources of the sermon, moves on to its structure, and then looks at the situation of Matthew's readers. He next analyzes the content of the sermon, together with the Lord's Prayer. Finally, he considers the ethical claims of the sermon, especially issues of interpreting the sermon for contemporary faith communities.This is an essential resource for everyone interested in understanding the Sermon on the Mount.