The mission of Jesus and the disciples in the gospel of Matthew
Η αποστολή του Ιησού και των Μαθητών στο κατά Ματθαίον Ευαγγέλιο
The purpose of the study is to find Matthew's theology about mission in the early christianity and to reconstruct the complicated missionary situation of one christian community behind the text. The gospel of Matthew was a compromise program to bridge the wideniry gap between the jewish and the Gentile Christianity in the primitive church tradition. This is Matthew's contibution in the early christianity. Matthew is a reconciliation theologian in the early church in history. Therefore, the ecumenical missinary program of Matthew was welcome among both jewish and the Gentile christian communities. The Gospel of Matthew very soon become the most popular important Gospel of the early church
Σκοπός της μελέτης είναι να φωτίσει την ιεραποστολική θεολογία του Ματθαίου στον αρχέγονο χριστιανισμό και να αναδομήσει την περίπλοκη ιεραποστολική κατάσταση της χριστιανικής κοινότητας, που βρίσκεται πίσω από το κείμενο
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