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The Hidden Gospel of Matthew: Annotated & Explained

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The previously untold story of Matthew s Gospel brought to life for today s readers.

Matthew s Gospel stands as the first book of the Christian Testament, visible to all the world for almost two thousand years. But there is something hidden in Matthew s Gospel. The document was not written at one time by one person it is an edited document, bringing together different sourc
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Paperback, 272 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Skylight Paths Publishing
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Dr. Ron H. Miller was a highly regarded religion professor at Lake Forest College for almost 40 years, co-founder of Common Ground, Board member at Hands of Peace, author and frequent lecturer on various theological topics including interreligious dialogue, early Christianity and spirituality.