The Gospel According to Matthew is the first book of the New Testament. The
narrative tells how the Messiah, Jesus, rejected by Israel, ...
Authorship. Since the times of the early church fathers, the apostle Matthew has
always been accredited with the authorship of the first gospel (canonically).
by Maxim Cardew Authorship and Date The author of the Gospel has traditionally
been identified with “Matthew,” who according to this Gospel is one of Jesus'
In this approach the author was Matthew, a tax-collector among the Twelve, wrote
either the Gospel or a collection of the Lord's sayings in Aramaic. Some who ...
Around 130 A.D., Papias, Bishop of Hierapolis, wrote about the various Gospel
editions. He tells us that the Apostle Matthew put together the discourses of Jesus
Jun 18, 2004 ... Little, if any, independent testimony exists however for the supposition that
Matthew wrote his Gospel in Hebrew/Aramaic. Nevertheless, the ...
Jan 3, 2008 ... Matthew, a tax collector also known as Levi and one of the twelve disciples, wrote
the first gospel in the New Testament of Matthew. John Mark ...
Jan 16, 2014 ... Although the first Gospel is anonymous, the early church fathers were unanimous
in holding that Matthew, one of the 12 apostles, was its author ...
Author: This book is known as the Gospel of Matthew because it was written by
the apostle of the same name. The style of the book is exactly what would be ...
Those who hold to this earlier dating of Matthew believe he first wrote his Gospel
in Aramaic, and then it was later translated into Greek. One of the evidences of ...