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Matthew - Introduction

Michelle Nailon


1. Daniel J. Harrington, The Gospel of Matthew Sacra Pagina Vol 1 Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1991), 5.
2. Raymond E. Brown, The Birth of the Messiah: A Commentary on the Infancy Narratives in Matthew and Luke (London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1977), 137.
3. James S. McLaren, Turbulent times?: Josephus and scholarship on Judaea in the first century CE (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998).
4. Harrington, The Gospel of Matthew, 15.
5. Lee I. Levine. Judaism and Hellenism in Antiquity: Conflict or Confluence? (Peabody, Massachusetts: University, 1988), 46.
6. Wayne Meeks, The First Urban Christians (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1983) 1.
7. Snodgrass Klyne. “Matthew’s Understanding of the Law.” Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology, 96. (Richmond Va.: Union theological Seminary, 1992).
8. Anonymous. “The Jews in the New Testament: The Gospel According to Matthew.” Scripture in Church 38, no. 149 (Dublin: Dominican Publications, 2008),125
9. Harrington, The Gospel of Matthew, 15-16.
10 cf. Martin Hengel, Judaism and Hellenism, Translated by John Bowden (London, SCM Press Ltd, 1981), 100.
11. Jerome H. Neyrey, Paul in Other Words: A Cultural Reading of His Letters (Westminister: John Knox Press, 1990), 46.
12. Meeks, The First Urban Christians, 50.
13. Hengel, Judaism and Hellenism, 114.
14. Alexander John Shaia, Heart and Mind: The Four Gospel Journey for Radical Transformation (Melbourne: Mosaic Press, 2013), Ch. 4.
Reality Search (semiotic) analysis of the gospel of Matthew.