The New Testament is a Jewish book and no part of it is more Jewish than the Gospel of Matthew-the story of how God fulfilled His word to Israel and sent them His Messiah, who in turn carried out the work of redemption. The Gospel of Matthew was written to prove to the Jews that Jesus of... read more
“"Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to keep all things, whatsoever I command you: and behold, I Myself am with you all the days, even to the consummation of the age."”Jesus of Nazareth
I. The Infancy and Childhood of Christ
II. Preparation of Christ's Ministry
III. First Discourse - the Sermon on the Mount
IV. Ministry in Galilee
V. Second Discourse - Mission
VI. Opposition to Christ's Ministry
VII. Third Discourse - Parables
VIII. Ministry in Galilee and Beyond
IX. Preparation of Disciples for Jerusalem
X. Fourth Discourse - Discipleship
XI. Ministry in Judea
XII. Ministry in Jerusalem
XIII. Fifth Discourse - Jerusalem and the Last Judgment
XIV. The Passion
XV. The Resurrection
On the Prophecy of Isaiah 7:14
On the Term "Gehenna"
On the Term "the Heavens"
On the Title "Son of Man"
On the Doubles in Matthew's Gospel
On Peter as a Special Focus in Matthew's Gospel
On Divorecw and the Church's Permission to Remarry
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