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.


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.


The Gospel Of Matthew On The Landscape Of Antiquity

Author by : Edwin K. Broadhead
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Description : The Gospel of Matthew is an oeuvre mouvante (a work in process), and the dynamics of this process are essential to its identity and function. This understanding of the Gospel of Matthew stands in distinction from the long history of research centered on Matthew the author and his design for the gospel. Focused instead on tradition history-the history of composition and transmission-Edwin K. Broadhead's approach keeps open the dialectical engagements and the conflicting voices intrinsic to the Gospel of Matthew. As a result, the consistently Jewish textures of this gospel are emphasized, there is a broader engagement with the landscape of antiquity, and serious attention is given to further developments in the history of transmission. This focus on the developing tradition thus highlights, rather than suppresses, the viability and the generative potential of such discourses.


Rabbis Language And Translation In Late Antiquity

Author by : Willem F. Smelik
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Description : A comprehensive discussion of how languages and translations were perceived and practised in the multilingual Jewish societies of Late Antiquity, featuring close readings and translations of the original sources. Smelik explores key themes including the reception of translations of the Hebrew Scriptures, multilingualism in society and rabbinic rules for translation.


Jewish Christian And Classical Exegetical Traditions In Jerome S Translation Of The Book Of Exodus

Author by : Matthew A. Kraus
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Description : In Jewish, Christian, and Classical Exegetical Traditions in Jerome’s Translation of the Book of Exodus, Matthew Kraus analyzes the Classical, Christian, and rabbinic influences on Jerome’s translation of biblical narrative, poetry, and law.


The Ottoman World

Author by : Hakan T. Karateke
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Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Description : The Ottoman lands, which comprised a geography extending from modern Hungary to the Arabian peninsula, were home to a vast population with a rich variety of cultures. The Ottoman World is the first primary source reader designed to reflect a wide and diverse set of voices across Ottoman society and bring them into the classroom. Written in many languages--not only Ottoman Turkish but also Arabic, Armenian, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, and Persian--these texts span the extent of the early modern Ottoman empire, from the 1450s to 1700. Instructors are supplied with narratives conveying the lived experiences of individuals through texts that highlight human variety and accelerate a trend away from a state-centric approach to Ottoman history. In addition, samples from court registers, legends, biographical accounts, hagiographies, short stories, witty anecdotes, jokes, and lampoons provide us with exciting glimpses into popular mindsets in Ottoman society. By reflecting new directions in the scholarship with an innovative choice of texts, this sourcebook will provide a vital resource for teachers and students.


Moses Interpreted By The Pharisees And Jesus

Author by : Neudecker Reinhard
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Description : The study deals with one of the central parts of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, commonly called the antitheses. Matthew 5:17-48 presents these contrapositions of the Pharisees and Jesus on certain biblical injunctions in an abbrevoated and biased form. By studying the antitheses in the light of early rabbinic sources we gain adequate background information enabling us to discover - apart from some points that do not correspond to present-day conceptions - valuable teachings and insights, many of which were shared by Jesus.


How Not To Study Judaism Parables Rabbinic Narratives Rabbis Biographies Rabbis Disputes

Author by : Jacob Neusner
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Description : In How Not to Study Judaism : Examples and Counter-Examples, Jacob Neusner presents a collection of essays and book reviews that identify the wrong way of conducting the academic study of Judaism. Pointing readers toward the right way to pursue the academic study of Judaism, Nuesner's focus is on the study of the literature of Judaism and the culture of the Jewish community.


Rabbinic Tales Of Destruction

Author by : Julia Watts Belser
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Description : In Rabbinic Tales of Destruction, Julia Watts Belser examines early Jewish accounts of the Roman conquest of Judea. Faced with stories of sexual violence, enslavement, forced prostitution, disability, and bodily risk, Belser argues, our readings of rabbinic narrative must wrestle with the brutal body costs of Roman imperial domination. She brings disability studies, feminist theory, and new materialist ecological thought to accounts of rabbinic catastrophe, revealing how rabbinic discourses of gender, sexuality, and the body are shaped in the shadow of empire. Focusing on the Babylonian Talmud's longest sustained account of the destruction of the Temple, Belser reveals Bavli Gittin's distinctive sex and gender politics. While Palestinian tales frequently castigate the 'wayward woman' for sexual transgressions that imperil the nation, Bavli Gittin's stories do not portray women's sexuality as a cause of catastrophe. The Bavli's resistance to Rome makes a critical difference. While other rabbinic texts commonly inveigh against women's beauty as the cause of sexual sin, Bavli Gittin's tales express a strikingly egalitarian discourse that laments the vulnerability of the beautiful Jewish body before the conqueror. Bavli Gittin's body politics, Belser maintains, align with a significant theological reorientation. While most early Jewish narratives link the destruction of the Temple to communal sin, Bavli Gittin's account does not explain catastrophe as divine chastisement. Instead of imagining God as the architect of Jewish suffering, it evokes God's empathy with the subjugated Jewish body. As it navigates the ruins of Jerusalem, Bavli Gittin forges a sharp critique of empire. Its critical discourse aims to pierce the power politics of Roman conquest, to protest the brutality of imperial dominance, and to make plain the scar that Roman violence leaves upon Jewish flesh.


Translation Theory And The Old Testament In Matthew

Author by : Woojin Chung
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Description : In Translation Theory and the Old Testament in Matthew, Woojin Chung employs a rigorous method of Skopos theory to examine Matthew’s citation technique in his infancy narrative and locates the specific purpose of Matthew’s use of Scripture.


Matthew 1 7 Macarthur New Testament Commentary

Author by : John MacArthur
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Description : These study guides, part of a set from noted Bible scholar John MacArthur, take readers on a journey through biblical texts to discover what lies beneath the surface, focusing on meaning and context, and then reflecting on the explored passage or concept. With probing questions that guide the reader toward application, as well as ample space for journaling, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series are invaluable tools for Bible students of all ages. This work on Matthew 1-7 is part of a New Testament commentary series which has as its objective explaining and applying Scripture, focusing on the major doctrines and how they relate to the whole of the Bible. This New Testament commentary series reflects the objective of explaining and applying Scripture, focusing on the major doctrines and how they relate to the whole of Scripture. This volume is a study of the first seven chapters of the book of Matthew.


Meet The Rabbis

Author by : Brad H. Young
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Description : Meet the Rabbis explains to the reader how rabbinic thought was relevant to Jesus and the New Testament world, and hence should be relevant to those people today who read the New Testament. In this sense, rabbinic thought is relevant to every aspect of modern life. Rabbinic literature explores the meaning of living life to its fullest, in right relationship with God and humanity. However, many Christians are not aware of rabbinic thought and literature. Indeed, most individuals in the Western world today, regardless of whether they are Christians, atheists, agnostics, secular community leaders, or some other religious and political persuasions, are more knowledgeable of Jesus' ethical teachings in the Sermon the Mount than the Ethics of the Fathers in a Jewish prayer book. The author seeks to introduce the reader to the world of Torah learning. It is within this world that the authentic cultural background of Jesus' teachings in ancient Judaism is revealed. Young uses parts of the New Testament, especially the Sermon on the Mount, as a springboard for probing rabbinic method. The book is an introduction to rabbinic thought and literature and has three main sections in its layout: Introduction to Rabbinic Thought, Introduction to Rabbinic Literature, and Meet the Rabbis, a biographical description of influential Rabbis from Talmudic sources.


Report

Author by : Oxford city, Manchester coll
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Rabbinic Parodies Of Jewish And Christian Literature

Author by : Holger M. Zellentin
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Description : Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph.D. - Princeton) under the title: Late Antiquity Upside Down: Rabbinic Parodies of Jewish and Christian Literature.


Trinity Kingdom Church

Author by : Benedict Thomas Viviano
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Studies In Matthew

Author by : Dale C. Allison
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Publisher by : Baker Academic
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Description : A leading Matthean scholar blends exegesis, history of interpretation, and theological reflection to offer illuminating studies on the First Gospel.


Irenaeus Use Of Matthew S Gospel In Adversus Haereses

Author by : D. Jeffrey Bingham
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Description : This book shows how Irenaeus creatively selects and develops distinctive Matthean material, within his interpretive networks of other biblical texts in order to verbally and conceptually oppose the theses of the heretics and provide helpful language for his expression of the church's faith. He is attracted to this Matthean material not because it holds an extraordinary place in the canon, but because in his view each gospel makes a distinctive, but equal contribution to the church's canon and polemic. Irenaeus sees some of Matthew's distinctive contributions in terms of language which emphasizes Christ's humanity and virgin birth, explains the theological and economical unity of the two covenants, and opposes the heretics' cosmological, anthropological, Christological, theological, and economical dualism. Although the bishop works within the framework of the church's tradition, the interpretive inter-textual networks he builds, his magnification of particular terms, and his polemic against dualism demonstrate his creative, anti-heretic innovation. Rarely, does he ever merely repeat the thought of a predecessor. Irenaeus exegetes Matthew for the church within a particular milieu, using a methodology of inter-textual connection common to his milieu, and developing theological language which counters the heretics of his milieu.


Matthew James And Didache

Author by : Hubertus Waltherus Maria van de Sandt
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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 1 28 Macarthur New Testament Commentary Four Volume Set

Author by : John MacArthur
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Publisher by : Moody Publishers
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Description : This package contains the complete four-volume set of the Gospel of Matthew from the MacArthur New Testament Commentary series: Matthew 1-7, Matthew 8-15, Matthew 16-23, and Matthew 24-28. The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series continues to be one of today's top-selling commentary series. These commmentaries from noted preacher and Bible scholar John MacArthur take readers on a journey through the Gospel of Matthew to discover what lies beneath the surface, focusing on meaning and context, and then reflecting on the explored passage or concept. He also focuses on the major doctrines and how they relate to the whole of Scripture.With probing questions that guide the reader toward application, as well as ample space for journaling, these commentaries are invaluable tools for Bible students of all ages.


Torat Yehoshua

Author by : Bruno Summa
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Description : TORAT YEHOSHUA presents, for the first time, a full commentary on the original version of the Gospel of Matthew, translated by the author directly from the Hebrew language. Lost for more than 500 years, this original gospel reveals what was lost in the Western translations. Without the influence of the work of translators and Christian religions that have subverted it, the author explains its true message.A new and astonishing vision of a history already known that underwent modifications throughout the centuries. Prepare to break old standards and beliefs, and to have the opportunity to see these facts from an enlightening point of view, based on rabbinical Judaism, the Oral Torah and its infinite teachings.A real Jewish interpretation from the gospel of MatthewThis is not a book for the typical ChristianWARNINGTHIS BOOK HAS NOT BEEN ORIGINALLY WRITTEN IN ENGLISH AND A NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER HAS TRANSLATED IT. THUS IT STILL CONTAINS GRAMMATICAL ERRORS, AS WELL AS SPELL ERRORS AND IT COULD BE UNCLEAR IN SOME PARTS. ERRORS THAT WILL BE FIXED SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE AND FOR THIS REASON, THIS BOOK WILL BE SOLD FOR THE MINIMUM PRICE STIPULATED BY AMAZON. IF THAT, SOMEHOW, ANNOYS YOU, PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK.


Charity

Author by : Gary A. Anderson
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Publisher by : Yale University Press
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Description : In this reappraisal of charity in the biblical tradition, Anderson argues that the poor constituted the privileged place where Jews and Christians met God. He shows how charity affirms the goodness of the created order; the world was created through charity and therefore rewards it.


The Memory Of The Temple And The Making Of The Rabbis

Author by : Naftali S. Cohn
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Publisher by : University of Pennsylvania Press
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Description : When the rabbis composed the Mishnah in the late second or early third century C.E., the Jerusalem Temple had been destroyed for more then a century. Why, then, do the Temple and its ritual feature so prominently in the Mishnah? Against the view that the rabbis were reacting directly to the destruction and asserting that nothing had changed, Naftali S. Cohn argues that the memory of the Temple served a political function for the rabbis in their own time. They described the Temple and its ritual in a unique way that helped to establish their authority within the context of Roman dominance. At the time the Mishnah was created, the rabbis were not the only ones talking extensively about the Temple: other Judaeans (including followers of Jesus), Christians, and even Roman emperors produced texts and other cultural artifacts centered on the Jerusalem Temple. Looking back at the procedures of Temple ritual, the rabbis created in the Mishnah a past and a Temple in their own image, which lent legitimacy to their claim to be the only authentic purveyors of Jewish tradition and the traditional Jewish way of life. Seizing on the Temple, they sought to establish and consolidate their own position of importance within the complex social and religious landscape of Jewish society in Roman Palestine.


Matthew And The Mishnah

Author by : Akiva Cohen
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Description : Akiva Cohen investigates the general research question: how do the authors of religious texts reconstruct their community identity and ethos in the absence of their central cult? His particular socio-historical focus of this more general question is: how do the respective authors of the Gospel according to Matthew, and the editor(s) of the Mishnah redefine their group identities following the destruction of the Second Temple? Cohen further examines how, after the Destruction, both the Matthean and the Mishnaic communities found and articulated their renewed community bearings and a new sense of vision through each of their respective author/redactor's foundational texts. The context of this study is thus that of an inner-Jewish phenomenon; two Jewish groups seeking to (re-)establish their community identity and ethos without the physical temple that had been the cultic center of their cosmos.


Enoch And The Gospel Of Matthew

Author by : Amy E. Richter
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Description : Matthew's Gospel contains material unique to it among the canonical Gospels. What is the background for this material? Why does the writer of Matthew's Gospel tell the story of Jesus in the way he does--including women in his genealogy, telling the story of the birth of Jesus in his particular way, and including the visit of the magi led by a star? Enoch and the Gospel of Matthew shows that the writer of Matthew was familiar with themes and traditions about the antediluvian patriarch Enoch, including the story of the fall of the angels called "watchers," who transgress their heavenly boundaries to engage in illicit relations with women and teach them forbidden arts. The Gospel writer shows that Jesus brings about the eschatological repair of the consequences of the watchers' fall as told in the Enochic legend. This study focuses on Matthew's genealogy and infancy narrative and also has implications for the study of women in Matthew, since it is often through the stories of women in Matthew that the repair of the watchers' transgression takes place.