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There are, among some Christians and secular scholars alike, questions regarding the authenticity regarding the reading of Mat These questions have arisen due to what may be seen as contradictory evidence in both NT scripture and secular, historical sources that are currently at hand.

Hebrew Gospel of Matthew: There are 3 major biblical manuscripts of the Gospel of Matthew that are written in Hebrew: Some scholars have argued that these Hebrew manuscripts may have been descended without any intervening translation from ancient Hebrew manuscripts of Matthew, which were used by early Christians in the 1st-2nd century AD.

Jerome was born around A.


He wrote many exegetical and controversial treatises and letters, as well as the renowned Latin Vulgate translation of the Scriptures, from which the King James Version bible was taken. The text of Eben Bohen is preserved in a number of manuscripts, although the manuscript of Matthew that it quotes is lost, if it ever existed independently.

There are some interesting readings in this manuscript, among them Mat Furthermore, the Hebrew itself is preserved to this day in the library at Caesurae which the martyr Pamphilus so diligently collected. He was the friend and teacher of Eusebius, who recorded details of his career in a three-book Vita that has been lost. Pamphilus, not unlike the humanists of thedevoted his life to searching out and obtaining copies which he collected anficristo the famous library that Jerome was later to use, and established a school for theological study.

In the scriptorium, a necessary adjunct to all libraries of antiquity, he oversaw the production of accurate edited copies of Scripture. The collections of the library suffered during the persecutions under the Emperor Diocletian that started in AD. It was noted in the 6th century, but it probably did not long survive the capture of Caesarea by the Saracens inthough some historians attribute the destruction to its previous capture by the Persians. Eusebius refers to the catalogue of the library that he appended to his biography on Pamphilus.


Although he wrote prolifically, his most celebrated work is his Ecclesiastical History, a history of the Church from the apostolic period until his own time. Today it is still the principal work on the history of the Ttaza at that time. In about AD. Eusebius was soon involved. Expelled from Alexandria for heresy, Arius sought and found sympathy at Caesarea, and, in fact, he proclaimed Eusebius as a leading supporter.

Eusebius wrote to Alexander, claiming that Arius had been misrepresented, and he also urged Arius to return to communion with his bishop. But events were moving fast, and at a strongly anti-Arian synod at Antioch, c. When the Council of Nicaea, called by the Roman Emperor Constantine, met later in the year, Eusebius had to explain himself and was exonerated with the explicit approval of the emperor.

In the years following the Council of Nicaea, the emperor was bent on achieving unity within the church, and so the supporters of the Nua Creed [in its extreme form] yy found themselves forced into the position of dissidents.

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Eusebius took part in the expulsion of Athanasius of AlexandriaMarcellus of Ancyra c. Eusebius inherited from Pamphilus the famous Library at Caesarea, a library that was commenced by Origen A.

The wording of the statement from the Catalogue of Ecclesiastical Writers by Jerome points to an original Manuscript of Matthew that was still to be seen in the Library at Caesarea. Eusebius quotes many verses in his writings, and Mat For example, in Book 3 of his History, Chapter 5, Section 2, which is about the Jewish persecution of early Christians, we read: It is much more difficult to believe that Eusebius or someone else changed the text contrary to liturgy; rather, liturgy certainly could have exerted its influence under Constantine to change the original wording to better suit the very politically charged Nicene Creed of A.

Though readings of Mat So evidence of Eusebius writings must be cited with these in mind. It still should be noted that the Mat It does not equate them as comprising one God as does the Nicene Creed. If it be asked what I intend to qualify by the numeral 3, I answer, anything which the reader pleases. There is no Scripture which asserts that God is 3 persons, 3 agents, 3 beings, 3 Gods, 3 spirits, 3 substances, 3 modes, 3 offices, 3 attributes, 3 divinities, 3 infinite minds, 3 somewhat, 3 opposites, or 3 in any sense whatever.

The truth of this has been admitted by every Trinitarian whoever wrote or preached on the subject.

The Bible Commentary pageDr. Peake makes it clear that: We cannot imagine any reason for the Apostles and others in Acts to disobey a command of the risen Christ. It seems clear anhicristo these verses that Christ said to baptize in his name only, and that was what the early Church did. In 1 Sam These scriptures are only a small sample, but they are very clear.

If the modern versions of Mat Rather, they would be showing the importance of the 3: In our efforts to determine which reading of Mat In tzza so, we hope to be able to recognize the genuine, and expose the spurious.


The Test of Context: If, however, we read as follows, the whole context fits together and the progression of the instructions is comprehensible: All power is given unto me…go therefore…make disciples in my name, teaching them…whatsoever I have commanded …I am with you… Mat The Test of Frequency: Yes, 17 times to be exact, examples are found in Mat The Test of Doctrine: Is any doctrine or concept of scripture based on an understanding of a threefold name, or of baptism in the threefold name?

None whatsoever; is any statement in scripture based on baptism in the name of Jesus? This is clarified in 1 Cor 1: Was Paul crucified for you? Or were ye baptized in the name of Paul? These words, when taaa analyzed, suggest that believers should be baptized in the name of the one who was crucified for them. The Father, in His unfathomable love, gave us His only Son to die in our stead, Jesus later raised to incorruptibility by the Spirit of God.

But it is the Lord Jesus himself who was crucified, and therefore in his name believers must be baptized in water. The Father did not die, nor the Holy Spirit. According to Mat This, of course, is the same reasoning offered by Paul. Were ye baptized in the name of Paul? Or in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, or in any other name that replaces Christ from His position as the sacrificial Lamb and the only name given to us for salvation? The Test of Analogy: Does any other scripture make reference to baptism in the Triune name?

Does any other scripture taaa baptism in the name of Jesus? The Test of Consequence: Do we put h the name of Jesus? Every actual account mentions a antocristo connection with the person of Christ, and tee atoning sacrifice. The Test of Practice: Did they baptize in the name of Jesus? It is easier to believe that the disciples followed the final instructions of Christ, than to believe that they immediately un his ell.

The Test of Significance: What significance is mentioned in scripture for baptizing believers in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost? None; what significance is conveyed toward being baptized in the name of Jesus? First, scripture teaches that baptism in the name of Jesus is an act of repentance leading to the forgiveness of sins Acts 2: Third, baptism in the name of Jesus is compared to our personal willingness to be living sacrifices or even die with Christ.

Baptism in the name et Jesus expresses faith in the physical life of Jesus, the crucifixion of the Son of God for our sins, and the remission of sins through his name.

Trinitarian baptism seems to express faith in Catholic snticristo itself.