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First one to give the Bible to the world

John Wycliffe

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He shall be called a Nazarene

Not in our current Old Testament canon

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Matthew loves Moses

5 sections kind of like the Books of Moses

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Matthew 11:11

John the Baptist is the greatest born of women

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Matthew 16

Idea that Messiah would be Son of God not taught

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Upon this rock will I build my church

Rock - revelation
Peter(rock)
Rock - Christ

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Mount of transfiguration

Let us make here three tabernacles
D&C 63 - saw earth in glory state

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Matthew 17:24-27

Peter and Temple tax - time to bear testimony

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Matthew 18:23-25

Parable of unmerciful servant

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Matthew 20:1-16

Parable of laborers in the vineyard
Danger of comparison

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Matthew 14

Fourth watch vs immediately
When he saw the wind...he was afraid
O thou of little faith, wherefore didst though doubt

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Matthew 10

Called the Twelve
Peter
Andrew
James
John
Philip
Bartholomew (Nathaniel)
Thomas
Matthew
James the less
Thaddeus (judas)
Simon
Judas Iscariot

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Matthew 11-12

Interactions and teachings
11:11 - No greater than John the Baptist
12:36- every idle word shall give account
12:43-45 - 7 spirits come back to empty house

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Matthew 13

Parables - to veil the meaning
Parable of the Sower - 1 of 2 times Savior explains a parable
Wayside- hardened heart
Birds - Satan
Sting places - no root or depth
Sun - trials and persecution
Thorns - distractions
Good ground - hearth word and understandeth

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Jerome

347-420 - the dream (follower of Christ, not Cicero)
Speaks only Latin, learns Hebrew and Greek from Jews in Palestine (Israel)

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John Wycliffe

1328-1384
Father of the reformation
The Black Death (1346-1353)
First to publish entire Bible in a English (used Vulgate)
The peasants revolt - 1381
Dug up and burned 44 years after death
Wycliffe prophecy - Avon to the Severn runs, Severn to the sea, wickliffes dust shall spread abroad, wide as the waters be

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William Tyndale

1492-1536
English Bibles outlawed in early 1400s
First to publish Bible from Greek to English
Created words Atonement, Jehovah, repentance
Betrayed by friend, Henry Phillips
Must desire god to open our eyes and apply scriptures to ourselves

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Henry VIII ( the eighth)

First mass publication of Bible in English

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1095 BC

Saul chosen as first king

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1047 BC

David chosen as king

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1015 BC

Solomon chosen as king

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975 BC

Israel divides into Israel and Judah

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740 BC

Isaiah prophecies

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721 BC - Important!!!

Israel destroyed by Assyria and Judah saved by Isaiah/Hezekiah

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606 BC

Assyria falls to Babylon

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537 BC

Babylon conquered by Persia

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332 BC

Persia conquered by Alexander the Great

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167-160 BC

Maccabean Revolt

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721-587 BC

Scattering of Israel

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Temptations and Sermon on Mount

Stones to bread (flesh v Spirit)
Jump from temple (vanity v humility)
Worship Satan (my will v. God's will)
Sermon reflects his own character

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Four gospel Authors

Matthew (Jesus as King) - by Jew for Jews - knew Jesus personally maybe
Mark (Jesus as active) - by Jew for non-Jews. Probably first under direction of Peter. Only gospel to Report resurrection
Luke (Jesus as Human) - by Gentile for Gentile - most unique parables
John (Jesus as God)

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Markan Priority

Both Matthew and Luke used Mark's writings in their own gospel

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Source Q

Hypothetical written collection of Jesus' saying's used by Matthew and Luke

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Only in Mark

Parable of seed growing secretly
Opens the ears and loosens the tongue of one
Jesus heals blind man in Bethsaida in stages

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Gospel of Matthew

5 Books of Matthew
Each has a narrative, discourse, and transition

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Matthew writes thematically

Matthew 8-9 - Miracles

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Woman with Issue of Blood

12 years of doctors, unclean by Law of Moses

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Gospel of Matthew

Also known as Levi
Wide knowledge of OT scriptures
Emphasized Savior's royal lineage
T'as gatherer

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Christ known as another Moses

Test

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Contrast Joseph and Herod

Obedient and confident compared to insecur and fearful
Careful and deliberate / Rash and foolish
Merciful and selfless / cruel and selfish
Emperor Augustus - better to be herod's pig than his son