|Author:||A. W. Argyle|
|Subcategory:||Bible Study & Reference|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press; FIRST EDITIION edition (October 31, 1963)|
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Words, concepts, parables and historical context are explained.
Cambridge Greek Testament: A. Carr, The Gospel according to St Matthew (Cambridge, 1892).
New Testament scholarship, which has been more concerned to discern the sources that underlie our Gospels and to study the methods used by the Evangelists as they have worked through their sources and put their Gospels together than it has been to discover what the Evangelists meant. I do not want to say anything derogatory about such activities. Cambridge Greek Testament: A. Carson, SM. D. A. Carson, The Sermon on the.
Pages: 238 pages Publisher: Cambridge University Press Published: 1963 ISBN-10: 0521091985 ISBN-13: 9780521091985.
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31 Since the Gospel nowhere describes the disciples as fulfilling the charismatic dimensions of their commission given in chapter ten, one must assume that such a commission was fulfilled later. 32 Cf. Marx, W. ‘Money Matters in Matthew’, BibSac 136 (1979) 148–57. 33 Cf. Mealand, D. Poverty and Expectation in the Gospels (London: SPCK, 1980) and Schmidt, T. Hostility to Wealth in the Synoptic Gospels (Sheffield: JSOT, 1987) 121–34.
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Автор: Argyle Название: The Gospel according to Matthew Издательство: Cambridge Academ .
Excerpt from book: to Matthew remain. for separate treatment, but because of its association with the name of the Apostle Matthew, we are justified in setting forth what is known about him. III. The Apostle Matthew There is not a great deal that is known of Matthew outside of the Gospels. His name occurs once in the Acts of the Apostles in the list of those in "the upper chamber" (1: 13).
Because the Gospel of Matthew relies heavily on the earlier Gospel of Mark, as well as late first-century oral tradition for its description of events in Christ’s life, it is unlikely that the author of the Gospel of Matthew was an eyewitness to the life of Christ. Instead, the author was probably a Jewish member of a learned community in which study and teaching were passionate forms of piety, and the Gospel was probably written between 80 and 90 .