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Matthew and the Didache : two documents from the same Jewish-Christian…

by Hubertus Waltherus Maria Van De Sandt

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Scholars from the United States, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and South Africa analyze the complex relationship between the Gospel of Matthew and the Didache. They discuss the implications not only for scholars' understanding of these two ancient documents but for the development of Christianity, Jewish-Christian relations, and the history of liturgy. The contributors are: Bas ter Haar Romeny Clayton N. Jefford Wim Weren Aaron Milavec Kari Syreeni John S. Kloppenborg Peter J. Tomson Gerard Rouwhorst André Tuilier Huub van de Sandt Joseph Verheyden Jonathan A. Draper

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