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Matthew -- +written in greek +80-85 ce +anonymous author +authorship later attributed to the tax collector metionred in Matt 9:9 +greek speaking christian from outside of palenstine +synoptic gospel +1st canonical gospel +tied for 2nd chronologically gospel with the gospel of luke +greco-roman biogrpahy +Sources: Mark, Q, M +virgin birth: fufillment of prophecy by isaiah +stresses jesus' jewishness 1) sent from jewish god to jewish people 2) in fufillment of jewish law +sermon of the mount [unique to matt] - antitheses (new mosaic law kinda) - beatitudes - the golden rule +geneology of abraham and david + (1) born in bethlehem, (2) family flight to egypt, (3) family decision to relocate to nazarteth (4) visit of magi/wise men [all unique to matt] +baptism after birth +openley declared messiah +appocalypic +jewish audience +contains "seven woes" +rejected king of the jews, rejected by leaders for failure to keep laws of god Mark -- +written in greek +65-70 ce +anonymous author +greek speaking christian living outside of palenstine
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course RELIGION 202 taught by Professor Wallace during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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