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Hebrew Gospel of Matthew
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Hebrew Gospel of Matthew presents evidence that a Hebrew Matthew was preserved by Jews throughout the early and late medieval periods and that the text of this Semitic Gospel appeared in toto in the fourteenth-century Jewish polemical treatise Evan Bohan, by the Spanish-Jewish apologist Shem-Tob ben-Shaprut.
"Perhaps one of the most controversial religious ideas has been the earnest search for the authentic Aramaic or Hebrew New Testament. For some very startling insights into an exciting Hebrew text, this reviewer highly endorses [Howard's Hebrew Matthew]. This excellent quality book is exciting, scholarly reading."
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About the Author
George Howard is Emeritus Head of the Department of Religion and Professor of Religion at the University of Georgia. He does research in the areas of New Testament and Intertestamental Judaism. His Ph.D. was completed at Hebrew Union College/Jewish Institute of Religion (1964). He also studied at Vanderbuilt and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was editor of The Bulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (1973-79). He served on the editorial board of the Journal of Biblical Literature (1979-1984), and was past-president of the Society of Biblical Literature, Southeast (1980-81).
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