Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Matthew 3:3; Matthew 5:43; Matthew 11:10; Matthew 15:4; Matthew 15:8; Matthew 19:4; Matthew 19:18; Matthew 21:9-15; Matthew 21:42; Matthew 22:32; Matthew 22:37; Matthew 22:39; Matthew 22:44; Matthew 24:15; Matthew 26:64; Matthew 24:30; Matthew 26:31; Matthew 27:46; Malachi 3:1; Exodus 23:20; Mark 1:2; Luke 7:27; Deuteronomy 7:2; Deuteronomy 15:3; Deuteronomy 23:21; Deuteronomy 25:17-19; Exodus 21:16; Isaiah 29:13; Genesis 1:27; Genesis 5:2; Genesis 2:24; Exodus 20:13-16; Leviticus 19:18b; Exodus 20:12;
In examining Matthew’s use of the Old Testament, we are immediately confronted by the problem of the language that he uses in quoting the Old Testament. The problem simply stated is to find out whether Matthew used the Hebrew, the Septuagint, an Aramaic version, or extant Greek version of the Old Testament: or if he used a number of these versions. In the case of the latter we shall try to determine under what circumstances Matthew used the one or the other version.
Nieting, Lorenz Otto, "Matthew's Method of Quoting the Old Testament" (1947). Bachelor of Divinity. 211.
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