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  Authentic Matthew - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This new work was probably based on the Gospel of the Hebrews (Authentic Matthew), the Gospel of Mark (and possibly the Q document).
Matthew also issued a written Gospel of the Hebrews in their own language while Peter and Paul were preaching at Rome and laying the foundations of the Church.
Matthew, also called Levi, who used to be a tax collector and later an apostle, composed the Gospel of Christ, which was first published in Judea in Hebrew script for the sake of those of the circumcision who believed.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Authentic_Matthew   (3646 words)

  
 Gospel of the Hebrews - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The work was earlier than that, however: Irenaeus attested to a Matthew already used by Ebionites (known as the Gospel of the Ebionites) late in the 2nd century.
Matthew, also called Levi, apostle and aforetimes publican, composed a gospel of Christ at first published in Judea in Hebrew for the sake of those of the circumcision who believed, but this was afterwards translated into Greek though by what author is uncertain.
James is portrayed in the Gospel as the first to have seen the Resurrection of Jesus, as well as being one of the two men who witnessed an appearance of Jesus on the road to Emmaus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Authentic_Matthew   (1227 words)

  
 Matthew Arnold and the Jesus Seminar
Matthew, Mark, and Luke are, thus, the "synoptic" gospels (from "synopsis," meaning "view together").
Much of the effort to identify the authentic sayings of Jesus has involved scholars in the work of recognizing layers of development in the gnomologia, particularly in Q, that can be explained by the changing social conditions of the early Jesus movement.
As important as the Christ of Christian experience is, certainly the object of the quest for the authentic words of Jesus is to facilitate a better understanding of who the historical Jesus was.
www.tejones.net /MatthewArnold/JesusSeminar.html   (4907 words)

  
 New Testament - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Gospel of Matthew - Matthew, a tax-collector and apostle.
However, many of the church fathers claimed that Matthew was originally written in Hebrew, and some fathers contended that Paul wrote the Hebrews in Hebrew, which was translated into Greek by Luke.
According to tradition, the earliest of the books were the letters of Paul, and the last books to be written are those attributed to John, who is traditionally said to have lived to a very old age, perhaps dying as late as 100, although evidence for this tradition is generally not convincing.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/New_Testament   (4062 words)

  
 Voice Bible Studies, The Gospel of Matthew, Matthew 26:6-56, Lesson 20
Matthew’s account of the events we know as Jesus’ passion (his suffering, arrest, trials, and crucifixion) is very close to that of Mark.
Matthew’s omission of the identifying mark for the man with the room heightens the impression he is trying to make.
Matthew 26:45-46 notes that Jesus concluded his prayer and woke the disciples with the announcement that the betrayer was coming.
www.cresourcei.org /biblestudy/bbmatt20.html   (3943 words)

  
 Matthew’s ‘Undercurrent’ and Ogden’s Christology
A further consideration indicates just how seriously Matthews universalistic undercurrent should be taken: to the divorce-saying at 19:8b Matthew has added the phrase "from the beginning it was not so!" Not only is this an appeal to experience in general but it explicitly denies that Jesus’ interpretations of the Law add new content.
Matthew’s anthropological undercurrent, in other words, presents on its own -- in abstraction from the christological context in which it is set -- precisely that vision of human existence that is generally associated with christology.
Whereas the exclusive dimension of the christological confession is an obstruction to Matthew’s tacit assumption of the universality of God’s love-standard, the lures toward that standard and toward God himself form the foundation of the entire witness of the gospel.
www.religion-online.org /showarticle.asp?title=2399   (5787 words)

  
 Gospel of Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Gospel of Matthew is one of the four Gospels of the New Testament.
Though Matthew wrote mainly for the Jews, everywhere that they had been assimilated into Hellenistic culture, notably in Alexandria, they were familiar with the Greek language; the exception, of course, was in Jerusalem, where Jewish parties were divided, and Aramaic was the common tongue.
Irenaeus (''Adversus Haereses'' 3.1.1) says: "Matthew also issued a written Gospel among the Hebrews in their own dialect while Peter and Paul were preaching at Rome and laying the foundations of the church." "Their own dialect" was Aramaic, which Jews, including Jesus and His Apostles, spoke, Classical Hebrew being reserved for liturgical use.
gospel-of-matthew.iqnaut.net   (1526 words)

  
 "Authentic" baroque music performance: comment and research
Mendelssohn himself, though personally enthusiastic and dedicated to the revival of the St Matthew Passion, had been very dubious as to its reception by the public; indeed he was equally dubious as to his choir’s reception of it.
Thus it is that "authentic" performances, while aiming to please modern tastes, often make presumptions which lack historical authenticity and which fail to bring out the full potential inherent in the music.
Many "authentic" performances also adopt unsteady tempi, so that the music seems to move in waves, or fits and starts, ignoring the fact that a regular tempo was universally accepted in baroque times when the major concern was keeping unruly players and singers together.
www.baroquemusic.org /barperf.html   (3812 words)

  
 Lightbearer.org - Bearing the Truth of the Everlasting Gospel
Questioning the authenticity of Matthew 28:19 is not a matter of determining how easily it can or cannot be explained within the context of established doctrinal views.
Matthew 28 is not the sole record in the gospels of the "Great Commission" of the Church.
The symbolic value of baptism in Matthew 28:19 could not be of less concern to God than that of the Ark of the Covenant was in ancient Israel.
www.lightbearer.org /archives/2004/04/the_authentic_m.html   (9561 words)

  
 Gospels - OrthodoxWiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
As a result, the Matthew, Mark, and Luke have come to be known as the synoptic Gospels, and the question of the reason for this similarity, and the relationship between these Gospels more generally, is known as the synoptic problem.
Many solutions to the synoptic problem have been proposed, but the dominant view is that Mark is the first Gospel, with Matthew and Luke borrowing passages both from that Gospel and from another, lost source, known as Q. This view is known as the "Two Source" hypothesis.
It has been suggested that Matthew may have originally been written in Aramaic, or that it was translated from Aramaic to Greek at a very early stage, probably by the author himself.
orthodoxwiki.org /Gospels   (1274 words)

  
 Question for "Bible Alone" Believer -- Apolonio's Catholic Apologetics, Philosophy, Spirituality
For example, the very first recorded testimony we have for Matthew's reliability comes to us from St. Irenaeus of Lyons in 180 A.D. St. Ireneaus was the disciple of St. Polycarp, who was the disciple of St. John the Apostle himself.
"Matthew also issued among the Hebrews a written Gospel in their own language, while Peter and Paul were evangelizing in Rome and laying the foundation of the Church." (St.
The same early source which proves the reliability of Matthew's Gospel also speaks of the Papacy -- that is, the "preeminent authority" of the Bishop of Rome as the successor of St. Peter.
www.bringyou.to /apologetics/a22.htm   (792 words)

  
 AugustaSports.Com: The Augusta Chronicle's Sports Coverage: Jones' green jacket up for auction 12/02/99
On Leland's Web page, www.lelands.com, a description of Jones' jacket and a testimonial to its authenticity can be found, though there are those close to Jones who have come out to dispute the coat's validity.
Matthew is talking of Jones' 1960 jacket, not the original from 1937.
In a notarized letter testifying to the coat's authenticity that is on file at Leland's and will be given to the auction winner, Anthony Akey writes of his father receiving the coat as a gift from a writer at Golf Digest who promised to help advance John Akey's writing career.
augustasports.com /stories/120299/oth_219-5823.000.shtml   (699 words)

  
 The Institute for Authentic Process Healing
Matthew Whaley, C.S.W. Matthew Whaley, C.S.W., A.P.T. Matthew is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City and has been leading workshops and retreats in the New York area for nine years.
Matthew has been certified in Authentic Process Therapy at the Institute for Staged Recovery and has received certificates in Art of Loving Retreats (Dawn Manor Retreat and Study Center, New York) and in Process Therapy (Institute of Process Therapy, New York).
Matthew is passionate about using personal growth and healing as part of one’s spiritual path and is committed to creating safe communities as the context for the greatest possible healing.
www.theinstitute.org /misc/matt.htm   (459 words)

  
 Authentic Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
According to the Church Fathers, he was the same person as the apostle Matthew, and his account was written in Aramaic (EH3.39.14-16).
Although probably circulated among Jewish followers of Jesus, this Authentic Hebrew Gospel of Matthew was little known among the churches founded by Paul of Tarsus, for even among Paul’s literate followers few were fluent in Aramaic written in Hebrew script.
According to the Church Fathers, the Authentic Gospel of Matthew or the Gospel of the Hebrews was authoritative and apostolic in nature.
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 Thoughts on Antiquity » The Synoptic Problem pt. 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Matthew’s saying material merely provided the raw material for Luke to do this.F. Gerald Downing’s work on compositional practices in the ancient world indicates that authors tended to work with one source a time and use the other for supplementation.
Matthew’s context for the parable of the yeast is secondary since he added it right after Mark’s mustard seed.
It may be said that Q is merely a sayings collection and Matthew is not, but most of the Double Tradition in Matthew is found in one of his five famous sayings collections, so both Q and Farrer are on an equivalent footing in this regard.
neonostalgia.com /weblog/?p=6   (2274 words)

  
 Matthew's Steaks -- Authentic German food without the oom-pah-pah - Orlando Sentinel :
IF YOU GO Matthew's Steaks and More is located at 2594 Maguire Road in Ocoee.
Matthew's Steaks and More is not that tourist nightmare.
The Deduction: Matthew's Steaks and More is a nice change for steak-house lovers who want a more personal touch.
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 Archived: The Authorship of Matthew (Scepticbud versus Holding) - TheologyWeb Campus
Matthew made an arrangement of the oracles in the Hebrew language, and each translated them as he was able...
The gospel of Thomas is an excellent witness for the hypothesis that gospels were known to have started out in their early written forms as collections of sayings of the lord without connecting narrative, and it is dated at the latest to the mid-2nd century.
Second, there is no real reason to shield Matthew’s gospel itself from these rules, and Matthew fails miserably since today’s canonical Matthew is a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy, etc etc., while this rule is talking about original documents.
www.theologyweb.com /campus/showthread.php?t=41124   (8287 words)

  
 Authentic Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Eusebius of Caesarea was born in Palestine in 275, and became Bishop of Caesarea.
For example, Papias quoted by Irenaeus tells us that the Apostle Matthew wrote it in "Hebrew letters." Eusebius adds that the reason Matthew wrote his version was that he was about to leave the religious community he established, and therefore put together an account of the life of Jesus for the people he left behind.
And Jesus said, “Because of the weak, I was weak, and because of the hungry I was hungry, and because of the thirsty I was thirsty.” (Origen, Commentary on''' Matthew''' 13:2) GHeb-22 Origen
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 Matthew Zachary Releases Every Step of the Way.
Matthew Zachary’s music is a lush blend of musical styles and influences that nevertheless always result in lyrical melodies and unforgettable soundscapes.
And as the creator of the ‘Be Authentic’ organization, Matthew has quickly become one of the country’s most popular and inspirational speakers and entertainers, traveling the country and working to inspire hope in others battling catastrophic illness.
Matthew also helps his audiences to focus on education, motivation, inspiration, and cultural stimulation (music and the arts as a tool for personal empowerment, wellness, spirituality, and healing).
www.emediawire.com /releases/2003/8/emw76529.htm   (927 words)

  
 Internal Evidence That the Gospels Are Authentic
Where the other Gospels speak of the Kingdom of God, Matthew, in deference to Jewish scruples against speaking the divine name, substitutes the expression "kingdom of heaven." The same author is always turning aside to show how Jesus fulfilled some prophecy of the Jewish Scriptures or to note how the Jewish leaders opposed Jesus.
From John 19:25, where the third woman at the cross is called the sister of Jesus' mother, and Matthew 27:56, where she is called the mother of the sons of Zebedee, we infer that John was the son of Mary's sister.
According to Papias, Matthew was the first to produce a collection of Jesus' sayings and Mark was the first to produce a narrative of His ministry.
www.themoorings.org /apologetics/Gospels/relia2.html   (3581 words)

  
 Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
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Authentic Matthew - The Gospel of the Hebrews written by Matthew
Matthew (ship) - The boat in which John Cabot became the first European to sail to what is now Canada
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 Jane Yolen, Raising Yoder's Barn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Young Matthew Yoder is happy and proud to be considered old enough to work in the fields with his older brothers, but his idyllic summer is disrupted when lightning strikes the family's barn and sets it afire, burning it to the ground.
Drawn by the ringing of an alarm bell, the neighbors rush to try to put it out, and that being futile, they gather together to raise a new barn, bringing in the supplies and working all day long.
The barn is raised by dusk, and the family feels truly blessed by the gift of labor from their neighbors.
www.rambles.net /yolen_yoder.html   (389 words)

  
 Linear Programming Paper
The results from 24 students in the Traditional Class and 25 students in the Authentic Class are presented in Table 2.
Clearly though, the Authentic Class felt that it had a better understanding of the linear programming concept as seen from the results for the second statement.
The Authentic Class scored 10% higher in the A and B column than the Traditional Class on the final TEST.
mason.gmu.edu /~jmarsh/linprog.htm   (3131 words)

  
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 Saint Matthew Church
We are an ecumenical catholic faith community, located in the city of Orange, California, that celebrates the richness of catholic spirituality and its traditions.
To be a loving and accepting faith community by following the teachings of Jesus; honoring the dignity and equality of each person; and restoring the Spirit in an authentic Catholic tradition.
Saint Matthew Church is an independent Catholic faith community in that we are not under the jurisdiction of the Pope nor are we subject to the canon law or the guidelines of the Roman Catholic Church.
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 SERMONS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In 2005, I preached through the first seven chapters of the Gospel According to Matthew - the beginnings of the ministry of Jesus, and then his basic teachings through the Sermon on the Mount.
For the early sermons in 2006, I will continue with Matthew 8-10, where Jesus calls his followers into action, under the title of 'apostles'.
I have found that these teachings fall under several 'A' words that will be the themes for the sermons.
www.gbgm-umc.org /cicero/sermons.htm   (190 words)

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