Hebrew Gospel Of Matthew

Author by : George Howard
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Description : "The present book is a revised edition of The Hebrew Gospel of Matthew according to a Primitive Hebrew Text (1995) in which the Hebrew text of the Gospel of Matthew as it appeared in Even Bohan is printed, accompanied by an English translation and an expanded and thorough revision of Howard's critical analysis. An important thrust of this new edition is to establish that the Hebrew Matthew of the Even Bohan predates the fourteenth century. It shares many readings with ancient Christian writings, some of which were lost in antiquity only to reappear in modern times. These included Codex Sinaiticus, the Old Syriac version, the Coptic Gospel of Thomas, and a host of others. Howard also analyzes the language, artistic touches, and theology of the Hebrew Gospel. Perhaps most significant are the portraits of Jesus Christ and John the Baptist depicted in the document. Both portraits belong to an early form of Jewish Christianity -- lost in antiquity -- in which the Baptist plays a salvific role in the redemption of humanity and Jesus operates as a divine solicitor and judge."--Back cover.


Matthew The Hebrew Gospel

Author by : Carroll Roberson
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Description : Matthew the Hebrew Gospel is the third volume of Carrolls work in process on the four gospels. Carroll helps you to see why Matthew was written and why it is the first book of the New Testament. Matthews gospel was written in the Hebrew language first and later translated into the Greek. Matthews gospel was also written much earlier than scholars have taught. Carroll brings out many of the Jewish customs, history, geography as well as many personal experiences throughout this amazing work. The Bible will come together as he helps you to connect Old Testament passages to the ministry of Jesus the Messiah. Carroll has put together years of research into an easy-read format for ministers and laypeople alike.


Matthew The Hebrew Gospel Volume Ii Matthew 9 17 Large Print Edition

Author by : Carroll Roberson
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Description : ABOUT THE BOOK: Matthew, the Hebrew Gospel (Volume II) is a clear, contextual commentary on Matthew 9 -17 that brings out the Jewishness of the Messiah in an easy-to-read format. First-century historians and early church fathers documented that Matthew wrote his gospel in the Hebrew language before it was later translated into Greek. The style of Matthew's writing also confirms a Hebrew beginning. Matthew probably wrote his gospel at a much earlier date than what many scholars have supposed. To whom was Matthew writing? What was he trying to convey to his readers? Interwoven throughout this commentary are numerous historical facts and Jewish traditions during the time of Christ that make the scriptures easier to understand. How did the Old Testament scriptures parallel with the words and works of the Messiah? The evidence is clearly given by the former tax collector and now disciple, Matthew, that Jesus of Nazareth was the long-awaited Messiah. So what kept the religious leaders from knowing who He was? Evangelist Carroll Roberson brings years of Hebraic studies and extensive travels to the land of Israel to the table, which add a personal touch as well. Matthew, the Hebrew Gospel is unique, and one of the best commentaries that has ever been written on Matthew's gospel. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Carroll Roberson has been in full-time evangelism since 1985. He is the host of a weekly TV program, This Is Carroll Roberson, sharing Christian music and Bible teaching. Carroll has recorded over forty musical albums and is widely known for his songwriting and easy-listening style. Roberson has authored five other books: The Christ; How to Enjoy Jesus; In the Fullness of Time; Jesus and the Five Senses; and Matthew, the Hebrew Gospel, Volume I. His real love over the years has been researching the Jewish roots of the scriptures and hosting tours to Israel. www.carrollroberson.com www.jesusisrealtours.com


Shem Tov S Hebrew Matthew

Author by : Daniel W. Merrick, Ph.d.
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Description : Daniel Merrick PhD has authored several translations including the Yahuah Bible and The Wisdom of Solomon in restored sacred name versions. This version of the rarely known Hebrew version of the Gospel of Matthew using the Spanish and Hebrew texts along with in depth study of the contextual structure of the book dating to 1380 CE having been copied from the only surviving copy of any Hebrew language Gospel. The Hebrew perspective of the roots of the Faith first begun in First Century Jerusalem lends the reader a new point of view on what truly the man Yahshua Messiah (Jesus) was teaching and how events actually happened. Shem Tov wrote his translation during the Inquisitions to debate for liberty to stay in Spain and remain Jewish there without persecution. Cover photo of Arch of Titus circa 70AD when the remnants of the tribes of Israel were taken captive to Rome along with the temple treasures and the Hebrew books and translations which disappeared and were replaced by only Greek texts which consist of most of the translated texts of the modern Bible. Dr Dan shows how Roman influences effected even Judaism in Europe which exposes what practices are truly from the first century Faith of Yahshua and his followers. Dan also appears on weekly broadcasts of FAITH RADIO heard on AM and FM stations world wide or at www.YahsSpace.org his online fellowship for Messianic Jews and Christians. (c) 2015 Eternal Light & Power Company Publishing YahBible.Com


The Gospel Of Matthew And Judaic Traditions

Author by : Herbert Basser
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Description : Herbert Basser in The Gospel of Matthew and Judaic Traditions utilizes his mastery of Jewish writings to navigate the agenda of this enigmatic Gospel. He propounds numerous novel suggestions, while Marsha Cohen’s editing gives us a highly accessible text.


Studies In Matthew S Gospel

Author by : W.J.C. Weren
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Description : These essays concentrate on structures and meanings in textual units from Matthew’s Gospel. New tools are developed for the intertextual analysis of relations with texts from the Hebrew Bible and the Septuagint. New windows are opened on shifts in the identity of Matthean communities.


The Hebrew Gospel And The Development Of The Synoptic Tradition

Author by : James R. Edwards
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Publisher by : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
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Description : This book offers a new explanation of the development of the first three Gospels based on a careful examination of both patristic testimony to the "Hebrew Gospel" and internal evidence in the canonical Gospels themselves. James Edward breaks new ground and challenges assumptions that have long been held in the New Testament guild but actually lack solid evidence.


A Hebrew Friendly Illustrated Gospel Of Matthew

Author by : Phil Christy David Hannah & Joshua G.
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Publisher by : Booktango
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Description : The book summarizes the following sections within the gospel of Matthew: The Birth, The Baptism, Temptation and Early Ministry, The Sermon On The Mount, Miracles and a Call to Faith, Facing Jerusalem, The Resurrection and the Great Commission. The book will highlight the messages that were directed toward the Hebrew people. It will emphasize that the Messiah did have a love for Israel, the land, Moses, the feasts and commandments, and desired to continued ministry to the Hebrew people after His departure. The book also makes many references to several ancient Georgian Manuscripts collected in a book written by Robert P. Blake. The name of the book is "The Old Georgian Version of the Gospel of Matthew, from the Adysh Gospels with the Variants of the Opiza and Tbet' Gospels". The wording found in these Georgian manuscripts is unique to the Georgian people and shows a beautiful side of the Gospel story. The purpose of these references is to imply that some changes may have been made in early manuscripts to drive home a more Gentile centered point of view within the church. Our home school family has illustrated over 90 pictures to emphasize the message behind each section.


Rabbinical Translations Of Matthew

Author by : Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Description : Matthew in the list of Apostles, usually pairing him with St. Thomas, the New Testament offers scanty and uncertain information about him. Outside the New Testament, a statement of importance about him is the passage from the Apostolic Father Papias of Hierapolis preserved by Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea: “So then Matthew composed the Oracles in the Hebrew language, and each one interpreted them as he could.” The Gospel According to Matthew was certainly written for a Jewish-Christian church in a strongly Jewish environment, but that this Matthew is definitely the synoptic author is seriously doubted. Tradition notes his ministry in Judaea, after which he supposedly missioned to the East, suggesting Ethiopia and Persia. Legend differs as to the scene of his missions and as to whether he died a natural or a martyr’s death. Matthew’s relics were reputedly discovered in Salerno (Italy) in 1080. His symbol is an angel.


Hellenistic Dimensions Of The Gospel Of Matthew

Author by : Robert S. Kinney
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Publisher by : Mohr Siebeck
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Description : In the search for Matthean theology, scholars overwhelmingly approach the Gospel of Matthew as the "the most Jewish Gospel." Studies of its Sitz im Leben focus on its relationship to Judaism, whether arguing from the perspective that Matthew wrote from a cloistered Jewish community or as the leader of a Gentile rebellion against such a Jewish community. While this is undoubtedly an important and necessary discussion for understanding the Gospel, it often assumes too much about the relationship between Judaism and Hellenism (via Martin Hengel). Robert S. Kinney argues for a hybridized perspective in which Matthew's attention to Jewish sources and ideas is not denied, but in which echoes of Greek and Roman sources can be observed, focusing on identifying Matthew's use of rhetoric and its possible echoes of Greco-Roman philosophical disciple-gathering teachers.


The Gospel Of Matthew And Christian Judaism

Author by : David C. Sim
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Description : In this meticulously researched study, David C. Sim reconstructs the Matthean community at the time the Gospel was written and traces its full history. Dr. Sim demonstrates that the Matthean community should be located in Antioch in the late first century, and he argues that the history of this community can only be understood in the context of the factionalism of the early Christian movement. He identifies two distinctive and opposing Christian perspectives: the first represented by the Jerusalem church and the Matthean community, which maintained that the Christian message must be preached within the context of Judaism; and the second represented by Paul and the Pauline communities, in which Christians were not expected to observe the Jewish law. Dr. Sim reconstructs not only the conflict between Matthew's Christian Jewish community and the Pauline churches, but also its further conflicts with the Jewish and Gentile worlds in the aftermath of the Jewish war.


Matthew Within Judaism

Author by : Anders Runesson
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Description : In this collection of essays, leading New Testament scholars reassess the reciprocal relationship between Matthew and Second Temple Judaism. Some contributions focus on the relationship of the Matthean Jesus to torah, temple, and synagogue, while others explore theological issues of Jewish and gentile ethnicity and universalism within and behind the text.


Matthew

Author by : Seth L. Hunerwadel
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Publisher by : Seth L. Hunerwadel
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Description : The book of the Gospel of Matthew with Hebrew, as well as English Transliteration and Translation in 3 lines format. A book of the Bible and the first book of the New Testament. Perfect for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level Hebrew. Includes a key to Hebrew Vowels and Letter Pronunciation.


Matthew James And Didache

Author by : Hubertus Waltherus Maria van de Sandt
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Publisher by : Society of Biblical Lit
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Description : Sharing many traditions and characteristics, the Gospel of Matthew, the letter of James, and the Didache invite comparative study. In this volume, internationally renowned scholars consider the three writings and the complex interrelationship between first-century Judaism and nascent Christianity. These texts likely reflect different aspects and emphases of a network of connected communities sharing basic theological assumptions and expressions. Of particular importance for the reconstruction of the religious and social milieu of these communities are issues such as the role of Jewish law, the development of community structures, the reception of the Jesus tradition, and conflict management. In addition to the Pauline and Johannine schools, Matthew, James, and the Didache may represent a third religious milieu within earliest Christianity that is especially characterized through its distinct connections to a particular ethical stream of contemporary Jewish tradition. The contributors are Jonathan Draper; Patrick J. Hartin; John S. Kloppenborg; Matthias Konradt; J. Andrew Overman; Boris Repschinski, S.J.; Huub van de Sandt; Jens Schrter; David C. Sim; Alistair Stewart-Sykes; Peter Tomson; Martin Vahrenhorst; Joseph Verheyden; Wim J. C. Weren; Oda Wischmeyer; Jrgen K. Zangenberg; and Magnus Zetterholm.


Matthew S Christian Jewish Community

Author by : Anthony J. Saldarini
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Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
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Description : The most Jewish of gospels in its contents and yet the most anti-Jewish in its polemics, the Gospel of Matthew has been said to mark the emergence of Christianity from Judaism. Anthony J. Saldarini overturns this interpretation by showing us how Matthew, far from proclaiming the replacement of Israel by the Christian church, wrote from within Jewish tradition to a distinctly Jewish audience. Recent research reveals that among both Jews and Christians of the first century many groups believed in Jesus while remaining close to Judaism. Saldarini argues that the author of the Gospel of Matthew belonged to such a group, supporting his claim with an informed reading of Matthew's text and historical context. Matthew emerges as a Jewish teacher competing for the commitment of his people after the catastrophic loss of the Temple in 70 C.E., his polemics aimed not at all Jews but at those who oppose him. Saldarini shows that Matthew's teaching about Jesus fits into first-century Jewish thought, with its tradition of God-sent leaders and heavenly mediators. In Saldarini's account, Matthew's Christian-Jewish community is a Jewish group, albeit one that deviated from the larger Jewish community. Contributing to both New Testament and Judaic studies, this book advances our understanding of how religious groups are formed.


The Gospel According To Matthew

Author by : A. W. Argyle
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This volume provides an accessible, introductory commentary on the opening book of the New Testament: the Gospel of Matthew. Words, concepts, parables and historical context are explained.


The Hidden Gospel Of Matthew

Author by : Ron Miller
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Description : "The Hidden Gospel of Matthew: Annotated and Explained takes you into the text to discover the words and events that have the strongest connection to the historical Jesus. What did Jesus really say about the future of the world? What really took place after his crucifixion? Ron Miller reveals the underlying story of Matthew, a story that transcends the traditional theme of an atoning death and focuses instead on Jesus's radical call for personal transformation and social change. 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."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved


Introduction To The New Testament

Author by : Johann David Michaelis
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The Original Gospel Of Matthew

Author by : Standford Rives
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Description : Standford Rives seeks to provide the best approximation of the original Gospel of Matthew in Hebrew. There is no disputing Matthew wrote his gospel in Hebrew. In about 400 AD, Jerome translated it from a copy at the Library of Caesarea. It was quoted dozens of times by the earliest church commentators. Jerome explained that our Greek version of Matthew came from this Hebrew version. Jerome noted a score of variants that were interesting. Rives takes the 49 quotes in the early church and combines them with the best sources that reflect the early Hebrew Matthew, such as the Shem-Tob version of Matthew. In addition, Rives uses the Agrapha -- early quotes of the Lord Jesus by the early church commentators but which do not match any surviving gospel. Scholars regard the Agrapha as likely sayings from the original Hebrew Matthew. They are thus restored in this volume. Also, Jesus' sayings contained in the Didache -- the oldest manuscript of sayings of Jesus which are similar to Matthew --- has numerous interesting variants. It too is believed to contain much from the original Hebrew Matthew. Standford Rives, an evangelical Christian and attorney, tries to meticulously assemble what likely was the original Matthew from all these sources. It is hoped that this will be edifying to the faithful, providing an essential devotional text for followers of Jesus Christ. This third volume represents the devotional version of the Original Gospel of Matthew. It is the best estimate of what the first Hebrew Matthew contained. There is no commentary or footnotes. It is simply a smooth flowing text with the best variants reflected in the text. It uses color coding to signify the source of each variant. The purpose of the color coding is to allow anyone to use this text for devotions, free to disregard certain variants by using the color codes. If one regards a certain color code matches a source one believes is not an authoritative source, one then can disregard that source by noting its color-code. If one wishes to delve further into examining those source materials, one will need volume 1. It provides extensive footnotes with the precise citation for the original variant. This will give the reader the bibliographical information necessary to verify the reliability of what Mr. Rives has concluded should be regarded as the authentic original. Further, the first and third volumes are separated to keep customer purchase costs down as color printing is very expensive. Thus, some readers will be satisfied with volume 3. They do not need to purchase volume 1 which has the same version of color-coded text as in volume 3 but with extensive footnoting. Yet, for others, they will seek to go more deeply into the study of the sources, and they will need volume 1. Regardless, it is recommended that everyone obtain first volume 3 for devotions. Then, based upon whether one finds these variants meaningful for their lives, then the reader can seek greater confirmation by acquiring volume 1. To save costs further, all appendices which do not use color printing were placed in volume 2. The appendices represent Mr. Rives' articles on what he sees as the apologetic advantages offered by the Original Gospel of Matthew. Mr. Rives also studies the impact on doctrine that the Original Gospel of Matthew provides, such as on the usage of the name of Yahweh; the virgin birth account; the Marcan priority claim; issues regarding whether Jesus spoke about Paul; the Ebionites, the passion week chronology; the trinitarian baptismal formula in Matthew 28: 19, etc. Finally, Mr. Rives' primary purpose besides edification is to provide the variants that help Christian defenders of the faith reply cogently to critics of Christianity. It turns out Matthew did not originally contain texts which have given rise to the serious challenges of critics. Only time will tell if critics of Christianity will be open-minded enough to accept the fruit of Mr. Rives' labor.


The Gospel According To Saint Matthew With An Explanatory And Critical Commentary

Author by : Rev. A. J. Maas S. J.
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Description : According to Christian antiquity Matthew wrote a gospel in Hebrew. Our first gospel is identical with Matthew’s Hebrew gospel. Internal evidence: a. it points to Matthew as its author; b. it was written for Jewish converts; c. it has the same object as Matthew’s gospel. External evidence: a. it is quoted as Sacred Scripture from the earliest times; b. passages of it are ascribed to Matthew; c. its incidents are regarded as revealed; d. early heretics appeal to it, e. or mutilate it; syllogistic form of the argument; principal exceptions. Aeterna Press


The Mountain Yeshiva An Old Look At The Sermon On The Mount

Author by : James R Ward
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Description : The Sermon on the Mount, found in the Gospel of Matthew, is familiar to all Christians. Yet, despite its familiarity, there are many questions surrounding this "sermon" and scholars have done their best to provide answers. Was it really a sermon, or was it a mountain retreat that consisted of many speeches from Jesus? How are we to understand Jesus' words in a pre-Christian context? Insights from the Hebrew Gospel of Matthew and Talmud help to answer such questions. In his book, The Mountain Yeshiva: An Old Look at the "Sermon" on the Mount, author James. R. Ward is primarily interested in how Jesus' listeners understood His message. He looks at it, not through the lens of Church history but rather, in its original Jewish context. For those serious Bible students who desire the educational middle-ground between an academic work and a devotional guide, The Mountain Yeshiva: An Old Look at the "Sermon" on the Mount will provide you with an interesting analysis of chapters five through seven in the Gospel of Matthew. James Ward's diverse background enables him to bring a unique perspective to the scriptures. His decades of experience as a Bible teacher, IT professional, and understanding of the Bible languages helps him to notice many of the important details in God's word. Those details often work to demystify the passages in question and illuminate the simple understanding of the speaker's intentions. The author also seeks to peel back the layers of traditional interpretation that often hide the plain understanding of the scriptures. He is a technician and a teacher who seeks to reveal basic truths that are there waiting to be found.


Matthew A Rabbinic Source Commentary And Language Bible

Author by : Al Garza Phd
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Description : For the first time in print, the gospel of Matthew in KJV English, Greek (Majority Text) and Hebrew (Modern Hebrew) with Transliteration. Including a Rabbinic Source Commentary with almost every verse. This Language Study Bible will take you through the gospel of Matthew and the teachings of Yeshua Jesus in connection with the Rabbi's of his day and beyond. Discover the Jewish background of his teachings through the eyes of Rabbinic sources. This gospel of Matthew will take you back to the time of Yeshua Jesus and his Hebrew based parables.


Jewish Christian Gospel Tradition

Author by : Albertus Frederik Johannes Klijn
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Description : This work represents the first independent study of the Jewish-Christian Gospel fragments and of the use of the Jewish-Christian Gospel tradition in early Christian and medieval literature. The author identifies and introduces the Jewish-Christian Gospels and their sources, presents a critical study of genuine and spurious references to Jewish-Christian Gospels, and then goes on to offer a critical text (with apparatus and bibliography), a translation and a full commentary for each individual fragment.