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Unformatted text preview: 2-7-081 Introduction to the New Testament1.1 The Gospel of Matthew1.1.1 Papius of Hieropolis18.104.22.168 "Matthew composed the sayings (ta logia) in the Hebrew language. and each translated them as best as he could." (Eusebius, Ecclesiastic History 3.39.16)1.1.2 Synoptic Gospels (mark, matthew, and luke)22.214.171.124 four source hypothesis (sources used by matthew and luke):126.96.36.199.1 Gospel of mark188.8.131.52.2 Q (Quelle) - sayings of jesus184.108.40.206.3 M - special material in Matthew220.127.116.11.4 L - special material in luke1.1.3 Irenuaeus18.104.22.168 "Now matthew published among the hebrews...1.1.4 Origen of ALexandria22.214.171.124 "...First was written the gospel of matthew, who was once a tax collector and afterwards an apostle of Christ, who published it for those who from Judaism came to believe, composed it as it was in the Hebrew language." (Eusebius, Ecclesiastic History)1.1.5 Jesus' Ministry in Matthew126.96.36.199 "and he went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues and 1....
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