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This means that Matthew used Mark, Q, and M as his main sources e. He desires to teach the commandments of Jesus by recording five major discourses throughout the book E.This means that Luke used Mark, Q, and L as his main sources f. He desired to demonstrate the reason the message moved from the Jews to the Gentiles (their apathy and rejection of the King F.Another solution is the “four source hypothesis” by Streeter. Since the first church was Jewish and Matthew’s gospel is characteristically Jewish, it is reasonable to consider Matthew as the first gospel designed to address the early concerns of the Jews A. However, Marcan priority is not without problems, and it is not at all unreasonable to assume that Jesus had predictive ability E.This supplies two more sources to the two source theory: “M” and “L” a. The usual discussion of date revolves around the synoptic problem, and especially Marcan priority (see above) B. As Matthew presents the state of Jerusalem in his gospel, the city of Jerusalem is still standing: 1.Shem Tob's Hebrew Gospel of Matthew is the oldest extant Hebrew version of the Gospel of Matthew.It was included in the 14th-century work Eben Boḥan (The Touchstone) by the Spanish Jewish Rabbi Shem Tov ben Isaac ben Shaprut.“Q” is an abbreviation for the German term for “source” () c. It is possible that Matthew did not attach his name to the Gospel because he was a humble man a. He does not record the stories which might exalt himself as Luke does (that of the Pharisee and the publican [Luke 18:9-14], or that of Zacchaeus [Luke 19:1-10]) A.“Q” is most often understood to be the non-Marcan material which is common in Matthew and Luke d. He continually calls himself a tax collector unlike Mark and Luke (Matthew 9:9; 10:3; cf. Mark was considered to be an abstract of Matthew from Augustine until the early part of the nineteenth century B.
These manuscripts are dated between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.There are many similarities between the gospel accounts: a. Similarities in two gospels only: 1) Some accounts in all three Gospels are more similar in two gospel accounts than with a third account 2) Matthew and Luke contain a considerable amount of material common to both but omitted from Mark (especially in the teaching of Jesus) [e.g., Matt. Many points of detail have differences of arrangement and vocabulary between the gospel accounts 1) Little verbal similarity 2) Different historical settings b. It is mentioned in a matter of fact manner in 8:5; b.Similarity of arrangement: baptism, temptation, public ministry in Galilee, Peter’s confession as turning point, last journey to Jerusalem, trial, crucifixion, resurrection b. Each of the three gospel accounts has certain sections peculiar to it--especially in Matthew and Luke (e.g., the birth narratives) C. One solution is the two source theory: the similarities lie in the theory that Mark was the first Gospel which Luke and Matthew used as a source, and that there was also a common source called “Q” which accounts for non-Marcan similarities between Matthew and Luke (documentary hypothesis/Mark-Q) a. It is given an extended description and identified with the fulfillment of prophecy in Matthew ff c.A Polish translation by Eliezer Wolski (Eliyazar Ben Miqra), a Jewish theologian and Chassidic sympathizer, appeared in 2017.He presented the Hebrew text in stylized font imitating first-century Hebrew script.