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Issues with Matthew

Issues with Matthew

Issues with Matthew

Matthew has a number of issues that calls its credibility into question. First, introductory notes about Matthew are provided relating to the source material, authorship, and structure. The Farrer theory provides additional rational for holding Matthew with increased skepticism considering the likelihood that Luke excluded much of the content from Matthew. Their are major contradictions of Matthew with other Gospel accounts as most of the contradictions in the New Testament are Matthew conflicting with Mark, Luke, and John. Other issues with Matthew are described in terms of problematic passages and inconsistent language. Corrections by Luke over Matthew documents instances where Luke made numerous corrects and clarifications with respect to Matthew. Embellishments of Matthew are also documented corresponding to historical claims, prophecy claims, and other verses having doctrinal significance that are not attested anywhere else in the New Testament.  Additionally, evidence is provided against the traditional wording of Matthew 28:19 regarding the trinitarian baptismal formula indicating it may have been added later. Critical Scholarship including quotes, references, and excerpts are also provided regarding criticism of Matthew
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Matthew 28:19

The the trinitarian baptismal formula of Matthew 28:19, “baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son,...

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