The following are the textbooks for the course on The Sermon on the Mount taught by John R. W. Stott at Western Seminary.
And the following was the course bibliography:
Alien, Lloyd. “The Sermon on the Mount in the History of the Church.” Review and Expositor 89 (1992), 245-262.
Allison, Dale C., Jr. “The Eye is the Lamp of the Body (Matthew 6:22-23 = Luke 11:34-36).” New . Testament Studies 33 (1987), 61-83.
——. “Jesus and Moses (Matthew 5:1-2).” The Expository Times 98 (1987), 203-205.
Allison, Dale C., Jr, and W. D. Davies. Matthew I-VIII. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1988.
Bauer, David R., and Mark Allan Powell, eds. Treasures New and Old: Recent Contributions to Matthean Studies (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series 1). Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996.
Bauman, Clarence. Sermon on the Mount: The Modern Quest for Its Meaning. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1985.
Betz, H. D. The Sermon on the Mount: A Commentary on the Sermon on the Mount, Including the Sermon on the Plain (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible). Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1995.
Bruner, Frederick Dale. Matthew, a Commentary: The Christbook, Matthew 1-12. Waco: Word, Inc., 1987.
Carson, D. A. The Sermon on the Mount: An Evangelical Exposition of Mathew 5-7. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1982.
Cranford, Lorin L. “Bibliography for the Sermon on the Mount.” Southwestern Journal of Theology 35(1992), 34-38.
Davies, W. D. The Setting of the Sermon on the Mount. Cambridge: University Press, 1977.
France, R. T. Matthew: Evangelist and Teacher. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1989.
Grayston, Kenneth. “The Decline of Temptation – And the Lord’s Prayer.” Scottish Journal of Theology 46 (1993), 279-295.
Guelich, Robert A. Sermon on the Mount: Foundation for Understanding. Waco: Word, Inc., 1982.
Hagner, Donald A. “Balancing the Old and the New. The Law of Moses in Matthew and Paul.” Interpretation 51 (1997), 20-30.
Ito, Akio. “The Question of the Authenticity of the Ban on Swearing (Matthew 5:33-37).” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 43 (1991), 5-13
Keener, Craig S. “Matthew 5:22 and the Heavenly Court.” Expository Times 99 (1987), 46.
——.A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999.
Meier, John P. The Vision of Matthew: Christ, Church, and Morality in the First Gospel. New York: Paulist Press, 1979.
Meyer, Ben F. Five Speeches That Changed the World. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1994.
Ray, Charles A., Jr. “The Beatitudes: Challenging Worldviews.” Theological Educator 46 (1992), 97-104.
Smith, Christopher R. “Literary Evidence of a Fivefold Structure in the Gospel of Matthew.” New Testament Studies 43 (1997), 540-551.
Songer, Harold S. “The Sermon on the Mount and its Jewish Foreground.” Review and Expositor 89 (1992), 165-177.
Stanton, Graham N. “Sermon on the Mount/Plain,” in Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, ed. Joel B. Green, Scot McKnight and I. Howard Marshall. Downers Grove: IVP, 1992, pages 735-744.
——, ed. The Interpretation of Matthew (Studies in New Testament Interpretation). 2nd Edition. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1995.
Stassen, Glenn H. “Grace and Deliverance in the Sermon on the Mount.” Review and Expositor 89 (1992), 229-244.
Stefanovic, Zdravko. ‘”One Greater than the Temple’ – The Sermon on the Mount in the Early Palestinian Liturgical Setting.” Asia Journal of Theology 6 (1992), 108-116.
Stevens, Gerald L. “Understanding the Sermon on the Mount: Its Rabbinic and New Testament Context.” Theological Educator 46 (1992), 83-95.