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Compare matthew 53 with luke 620 matthew records the

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41.Compare Matthew 5:3 with Luke 6:20. Matthew records the beatitude as"blessed are the poor in spirit", but Luke has "blessed are you who are poor".Luke's saying deals with those who are physically poor, but Matthew's withthose who are spiritually poor; the meaning is different. How does Smithaccount for the difference between these sayings? a.Luke has deleted the words "in spirit" from Jesus's original saying.b.Matthew has added the words "in spirit" to Jesus's original saying.c.Jesus made the two statements on different occasions.d.Jesus made both statements on the same occasion. 42.Which event marks the end of the first year of Jesus's public ministry? 14
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43.Which of these characterised the second year of Jesus's public ministry?(Select two options.) 44.In Mark 2:24 (see also Matthew 12:2 and Luke 6:2), the Pharisees wereoutraged because Jesus was breaking the Law of Moses. 45.During which year of his public ministry did Jesus appoint twelve disciples asapostles? a.the first yearb.the second yearc.the third yeard.the final year 46.Compare Matthew 8:5-13 with Luke 7:1-10 in the NIV. There are somenoteworthy differences between the two accounts. For example, in oneaccount the Centurion approaches Jesus in person, but in the other theJewish elders approach Jesus on the Centurion's behalf. In one account, theCenturion seems to stop Jesus before he begins his journey to the house, butin the other he sends servants to stop him just before he arrives at the house.In Matthew's account, Jesus includes a "weeping and gnashing of teeth"saying (see Matt. 8:10-12), but Luke has that saying elsewhere (see Luke13:28-29). Although he does not state his view directly, which of the followingviews does Smith's treatment of these two passages suggest he believes? 15
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