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Matthew and Mission: The Gospel Through Jewish Eyes

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In this fascinating exposition of Matthew's gospel, Martin Goldsmith explores the Jewish roots of the first gospel with reference to its origin, date, purpose and authorship. Written to encourage the Jewish Christians in their faith and witness, the author considers the way in which Matthew presents the teachings of Jesus to his original readership. Asking what it meant to ...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published December 1st 1969 by Paternoster Publishing
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Extremely helpful insights into Matthew from a Jewish perspective, combined with mission application. Some eye-opening and challenging interpretation.
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