The Influence of the Gospel of Saint Matthew on Christian Literature Before Saint Irenaeus: The later Christian writings

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Mercer University Press, 1990 - Religion - 396 pages
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This book, the second of a series of three, is deceptively named. Although the title mentions only the Gospel of Matthew, Massaux actually discusses each New Testament book and how it was used by ... Read full review

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Contents

Editors Addenda to Chapter 3
164
The Noncanonical Gospels
172
Saint Matthew
173
The Other New Testament Writings
174
The Gospel of Luke
175
The Gospel of John
177
The Synoptic Tradition
180
The Gospel of the Hebrews
183

The Catholic Epistles of James and Peter
21
The Johannine Writings
23
Editors Addendum to Chapter 1
25
Polycarp
27
Saint Matthew
28
Texts in Which the Influence of Matthew Is Possible or Doubtful
32
The Other New Testament Writings
34
The Letters of Saint Paul
35
1 Peter
42
The Martyrdom of Polycarp
45
Saint Matthew
46
The Other New Testament Writings
49
Editors Addendum to Chapter 2
52
The Apocalypses
54
Saint Matthew
55
The Other New Testament Writings
57
The Letters of Saint Paul
59
The Odes of Solomon
62
Saint Matthew
63
The Other New Testament Writings
66
The Pauline Letters
70
The Remainder of the New Testament Writings
75
The Sibylline Oracles
80
Saint Matthew
81
The Other New Testament Writings
94
The Epistles of Saint Paul
96
The Remainder of the New Testament Writings
97
The Apocalypse of Peter
98
Saint Matthew
99
The Other New Testament Writings
109
The Remainder of the New Testament Writings
110
The Shepherd of Hermas
111
Texts Where One of the Possible Parallels Is Matthean
120
Texts for Which Matthean Influence Is to Be Excluded
127
The Other New Testament Writings
130
The Johannine Writings
134
The Epistles of Saint Paul
144
The Pastoral Epistles and the Epistle of James in Particular
150
The Other New Testament Writings
189
The Gospel of the Ebionites
191
Saint Matthew
192
The Other New Testament Writings
198
The Gospel of the Egyptians
200
The Gospel of peter
201
Texts in Which a Literary Contact with Matthew Is Definite
202
Texts in Which the Literary Influence of Matthew Is Probable
207
Texts That State in Different Words an Episode Peculiar to Matthew
211
The Other New Testament Writings
214
The Gospel of Luke
217
The Gospel of John
220
The Gospel Tradition
222
The Gospel of Matthias
226
The Protevangelium of James
227
Saint Matthew
228
The Other New Testament Writings
231
The New Testament Writings Other Than Matthew and Luke
236
The Kerygma Petri
237
Editors Addenda to Chapter 4
242
The Agrapha
249
Editors Addendum to Chapter 5
262
Some Gonostic Writings
263
Basilides and His Disiples
264
Saint Matthew
265
The Other New Testament Writings
266
The Fragments of Valentinus2
267
The Other New Testament Writings
268
The Other New Testament Writings
275
The Letter of Ptolemy to Flora
279
The Other New Testament Writings
287
Ptolemys Commentary on the Prologue of Saint John
289
Editors Addenda to Chapter 6
293
Bibliography
298
Authors
347
References to the Old Testament
349
References to the New Testament
351
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