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 Gospel of Matthew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gospel of Matthew (literally: according to Matthew, Greek: Κατά Μαθθαίον or Κατά Ματθαίον) is one of the four Gospel accounts of the New Testament.
The relationship of Matthew to the Gospels of Mark and Luke is an open question known as the synoptic problem.
Liberal scholars usually date the gospel between the years 80 and 100, in part because they believe the reference to the temple's impending destruction shows it actually was written after the fact.
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 THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW
It is unlikely that the canonical Matthew represents a straightforward translation of an original Aramaic or Hebrew version composed by the apostle Matthew, since the author of the Gospel of Matthew probably used the Gospel of Mark as a source.
Matthew, son of Alpheus (Mark 2:13), the author of a Hebrew or Aramaic gospel, a Greek gospel or both, is one of Jesus' twelve disciples.
On this reconstruction, in the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus (the) Messiah is first described in terms of his origin and significance as the son of God.
www.abu.nb.ca /courses/NTIntro/Matt.htm   (7366 words)

  
 Overview of the Gospel of Matthew
Matthew's gospel appearing before the other three gospels also harmonizes with the tradition that his gospel was the first gospel to be written.
Matthew 2:1-12: Jesus is received and worshipped as the Messianic King of the Jews and the promised Christ by the Gentile wisemen.
Matthew 12:1-21: Jesus rebukes the Pharisees who hold to their Sabbath traditions and regulations while failing to see the kingdom of mercy and grace that he was bringing to the people.
www.christianinconnect.com /matthew.htm   (4856 words)

  
 Unit 6 - The Gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
The Infancy Narratives in the Gospel of Matthew
Matthew 1:22-23 cites Isaiah 7:14 LXX as being fulfilled in Jesus’ birth to a virgin.
Matthew 2:17-18 cites Jeremiah 31:15 as being fulfilled in the slaughter of the infants in Bethlehem.
www.calbaptist.edu /jcate/cst100/Unit6.htm   (7224 words)

  
 Scripture From Scratch ©1996 - Matthew’s Gospel: A Community Effort by John Wijngaards
Matthew’s Gospel is an elaborately constructed document that aims to prove to sophisticated Jewish scholars that Jesus is indeed the Messiah promised in the Scriptures.
The author of the Gospel had to show that God’s promise of salvation was meant for all nations, that Jesus was a truly universal savior.
The Gospel of Matthew was born from the faith, the skill, the pastoral zeal and literary sophistication of the Christian Church in Antioch.
www.americancatholic.org /Newsletters/SFS/an0196.asp   (1720 words)

  
 The Gospel of Matthew
Matthew 4:1-11 the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness
Matthew 13:18-23 explanation of the parable of the sower
Matthew 13:31-35 parable of the mustard seed and the leaven
www.rc.net /wcc/readings/matthew.htm   (382 words)

  
 Gospel According to Matthew
Matthew is generally held to have been written about AD 80, although scholars have argued for dates as early as 65 and as late as 100.
He wrote the Gospel of Christ according to his own plans and aims, and from his own point of view, as did also the other "evangelists." As to the time of its composition, there is little in the Gospel itself to indicate.
The main feature of this Gospel may be expressed in the motto, "I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil." As to the language in which this Gospel was written there is much controversy.
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 The distinctiveness of Matthew's Gospel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Secondly, they were probably the gospels of four leading churches, the church in Rome, the church in Antioch, possibly the church in Ephesus and probably the church in another of the great Greek cities.
Matthew highlights the awesomeness and the supernaturalness of the death of Jesus on the cross.
Matthew’s portrayal of Jesus as the teacher of Israel reflects the bitterness and pain of this separation.
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 THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW
In his view, there are three sections in the Gospel of Matthew, headed by superscriptions, corresponding to three phases in the appearance of "Jesus Messiah." These superscriptions are intended to indicate the broadest divisions of the gospel, functioning as major transitions and summaries of the content of the sections that follow.
If one assumes that the author of the Gospel of Matthew used the Gospel of Mark as a source (rather than assuming that Mark is an abbreviation of Matthew or that they are literarily independent), it is impossible to hold that the Greek Gospel of Matthew is a translation of an Aramaic or Hebrew original.
On the assumption that Matthew would not include sayings of Jesus that were not longer relevant to his readers, it might be argued that the Gospel of Matthew was written before the destruction of the temple (70 CE).
www.abu.nb.ca /Courses/NewTestament/Gospels/GOSMATT.htm   (4882 words)

  
 THE GOSPEL OF ST. MATTHEW
The Gospel of Matthew is especially important for it is one of the two Gospels originally written by an Apostle [the other being the Gospel of John].
The Gospel of Matthew stresses that Jesus is the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament, and his Gospel begins with the extensive lineage of Joseph through Old Testament history.
The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are called the Synoptic Gospels, as they follow a similar pattern in describing the Life of Jesus and his teachings.
biblescripture.net /Matthew.html   (16615 words)

  
 Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Ambrose: Observe that Matthew does not name both without a meaning; for though the object of his writing only required the mention of Phares, yet in the twins a mystery is signified; namely, the double life of the nations, one by the Law, the other by Faith.
His first proposition was, Matthew begins thus, “When she was espoused.” Behold, he says, you have her espoused, but as ye say, not yet committed; but surely not espoused for any other reason than as being to be married.
For that which Matthew the Evangelist says, “Shall have in her womb,” the Prophet who is foretelling something future, writes, “shall receive.” The Evangelist, not foretelling the future but describing the past, changes “shall receive,” into “shall have;” but he who has, cannot after receive that he has.
www.ccel.org /ccel/aquinas/catena1.htm   (15922 words)

  
 Matthew. The Holy Bible: King James Version. Bartleby.com
Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.
This Gospel includes many Old Testament quotations, thus appealing to a Jewish audience and presenting Jesus as the Messiah promised in the Hebrew Scriptures.
Matthew told the story of Jesus from birth to resurrection and placed emphasis on his teaching.
www.bartleby.com /108/40   (156 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Hidden Gospel of Matthew: Annotated & Explained (Skylight Illuminations): Books: Ron Miller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Matthew’s gospel has been read and cherished by people around the world for almost two thousand years.
The Hidden Gospel of Matthew: Annotated and Explained takes you deep into the text to discover the words and events that have the strongest connection to the historical Jesus.
This hidden portrait of Jesus at times resembles the sage teacher of the Gospel of Thomas more than it does the redeemer of traditional Christianity, and presents truths consonant with our deepest human experience.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1594730385?v=glance   (803 words)

  
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Miller is the author of many books and articles, including Healing the Jewish-Chriatian Rift, The Hidden Gospel of Matthew (Skylight Paths), The Gospel of Thomas: A Guidebook for Spiritual Practice (Skylight Paths), Dialogue and Disagreements: Franz Rosenzweig's Contribution to Jewish-Christian Dialogue (University Pree of America), and Wisdom of the Carpenter (Ulysses Press).
Using Miller's excellent translation of Matthew's gospel, Bernstein identifies and clarifies for Christian readers the Jewish heart, soul, and practices of Jeshu (Jesus) and points out the many instances where Matthew's biases are anachronistic and/or corrupt historical reality.
This packed, lucid little book belongs to that admirable kind of scholarship in which the labor of acquiring Greek and Coptic, Hebrew and Aramaic, the exhausting study of ancient fragments of text against the background of an intimate knowledge of religious history, can be represented as a spiritual as well as an intellectual exercise.
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 Amazon.com: The Gospel of Thomas: A Guidebook For Spiritual Practice: Books: Ron Miller,Stevan L. Davies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
This guidebook, using Stevan Davies's translation, introduces the gospel and encourages readers to "become Jesus' twin," an image based on the name Thomas, which means "twin." Each chapter includes commentary on five to six sayings, along with a section on practice and questions for reflection.
Of the books written on the Thomas Gospel, I highly recommend Professor Stevan Davies' book on the same subject (also by Skylight Publishers) as it is the only definitive work presenting the full translation as-is with side annotations, stopping short of jumping onto the bandwagon of deciphering Jesus' cryptic sayings in an overly simplistic manner.
The Gospel of Thomas: A Guidebook for Spiritual Practice is an academic and spiritual commentary upon the Gospel of Thomas, a text discovered in Egypt in 1945 that brings new light to Jesus Christ's teachings, offering insights in following in His footsteps and in effect, becoming His "twin".
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1594730474?v=glance   (1745 words)

  
 The Hidden Gospel - by Neil Douglas Klotz
Considering all that we know from the witnesses of the canonical Gospels, from non-canonical books like the Gospel of Thomas, and from the various hypothetical textual strands identified by scholars, there is much that Jesus could have said and done.
In addition to the Aramaic version of the canonical Gospels, I have also referred to sections of the Gospel of Thomas, which most scholars now believe was also originally collected and composed by Eastern Jewish Christians in Syria in the first century.
The Hidden Gospel is a bit different, in that it is meant to be read from beginning to end.
www.abwoon.com /hgbook.html   (4018 words)

  
 Gospel of Matthew: Discourses
Felix Just, S.J. The Gospel according to Matthew begins by identifying Jesus as "the son of David, the son of Abraham" (1:1), thus indicating his Davidic/royal and Abrahamic/Jewish heritage, respectively.
Admittedly, the name "Moses" is not directly used in a Christological Title, nor can Jesus be called the "Son of Moses," since Jesus belongs to the Tribe of Judah, while Moses belongs to the Tribe of Levi (see a chart of Abraham's Descendants).
Most biblical scholars today believe that Mark is the oldest Gospel, and that Matthew used Mark's Gospel as one of his written sources (see the Synoptic Problem).
catholic-resources.org /Bible/Matthew_Discourses.htm   (677 words)

  
 books about: skylight (ground-breaking illuminations homebuilding)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
It is also one of the most complex, difficult to follow in the standard translations, its meaning more or less impenetrable without a commentary.
A fresh look at this ancient text reveals a Jesus you never knew Matthew’s gospel has been read and cherished by people around the world for almost two thousand years.
But there is something hidden in the text that most readers fail to uncover—the true words and actions of Jesus that lie behind layers of interpretation from the community of first Christians.
www.very-clever.com /books/skylight   (953 words)

  
 SB 51 The Gospel of Matthew Loyd Melton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
SB 51 The Gospel of Matthew Loyd Melton
The aim of this course is to understand the message of the first canonical Gospel by addressing the following issues: origin and purpose of Matthew; history of Matthean interpretation; structure of Matthew; theology of Matthew; preaching and teaching of Matthew.
The analysis of David Aune, The Gospel of Matthew In Current Study is due.
www.erskine.edu /seminary/melton/sb_51_the_gospel_of_matthew_dw.htm   (2449 words)

  
 Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew (ii.xxvii)
Jerome: In the Gospel entitled ‘according to the Hebrews,’ Barabbas is interpreted, ‘The son of their master,’ who had been condemned for sedition and murder.
If indeed Matthew had said that both the thieves had reviled the Lord, there would be some discrepancy; but when he says merely, “The thieves,” without adding ‘both,’ we must consider it as that common form of speech in which the singular is signified by the plural.
For indeed from the beginning eclipses of the sun have happened in their proper seasons; but such an eclipse as would be brought about by the ordinary course of the seasons could only be at such time as the sun and moon come together, when the moon passing beneath intercepts the sun’s rays.
www.ccel.org /ccel/aquinas/catena1.ii.xxvii.html   (13852 words)

  
 Gospel of Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
The Gospel of Matthew: a commentary and meditation
Joseph is a man of action, diligent in the care of his family and ready to do the Lord's bidding.
Joseph fearlessly set aside his own plans when God called him to "take to the road" and to leave his familiar surroundings— his home, friends and relatives, and the security of his livelihood in order to pursue a hidden mission God entrusted to him as the guardian of the newborn King.
www.rc.net /wcc/readings/matt2v19.htm   (341 words)

  
 Matthew
This is close to Matthew, where the cruel Herod, attempting to destroy Israel's king, employs foreign magi who in the event bring only honour to the king's rival.
The Arabic Gospel of the Infancy, 7, and Theophylact must be right in identifying the magi's star with an angel, and one may compare the angelic guide of the Exodus (Ex 23:20,23; 32:34)...
This is a constant feature in hellenistic biographies of heroes and in tales of royal succession the world over: a king attempts to kill or exile successors to protect his own position.
www.bibletexts.com /verses/v-mat.htm   (4544 words)

  
 Multimedia Teachings of the Gospel of Matthew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Watch or download the multimedia series by Dennis McCallum.
Matthew's use of the Old TestamentHarmonizing the Synoptic GospelsApparent Chronological Contradictions in the Gospels
Join Xenos Lead Pastor Dennis McCallum for several select and captivating teachings from Matthew, the first book of the New Testament.
www.xenos.org /teachings/nt/matthew/dennis   (92 words)

  
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Selections from the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna: Annotated and Explained
The Hidden Gospel of Matthew: Annotated and Explained
The Way of a Pilgrim: Annotated and Explained
www.powells.com /biblio/1-1594731128-0   (265 words)

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