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The Gospel of Matthew

The Gospel of Matthew

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This class on the Gospel of Matthew is being taught by Dr. John Oakes and Robert Carrillo in San Diego May-Aug, 2015. The first class is by John Oakes and is an introduction to the Book of Matthew, with emphasis on Matthew’s use of historical prophecies, prefigures and foreshadows to show that Jesus fulfills the messianic expectation.

This class on the Gospel of Matthew is being taught by Dr. John Oakes and Robert Carrillo in San Diego May-Aug, 2015. The first class is by John Oakes and is an introduction to the Book of Matthew, with emphasis on Matthew’s use of historical prophecies, prefigures and foreshadows to show that Jesus fulfills the messianic expectation.

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The Gospel of Matthew

  1. 1. Matthew The Jewish Gospel Robert Carrillo John Oakes San Diego 2015
  2. 2. Theme of MatthewTheme of Matthew The Messiah is here and has brought salvation to all people.
  3. 3. Theme Passages in MatthewTheme Passages in Matthew Matthew 1:21Matthew 1:21 She will give birth to a son, and you are toShe will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will savegive him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sinshis people from their sins Matthew 28:18-20Matthew 28:18-20 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations,Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, andbaptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the son and of the Holy Spirit, and teachingof the son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey all I have commanded you. Andthem to obey all I have commanded you. And surely I will be with you always, to the verysurely I will be with you always, to the very end of the age.end of the age.
  4. 4. Another Very Important PassageAnother Very Important Passage Matthew 5:17 Do not think that I haveMatthew 5:17 Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or thecome to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolishProphets; I have not come to abolish them but tothem but to fulfillfulfill them.them.
  5. 5. Things to Bear in MindThings to Bear in Mind A strong Jewish element.A strong Jewish element. Jesus is the fulfillment of the JewishJesus is the fulfillment of the Jewish messianic expectation.messianic expectation. Emphasis on fulfillment of historical messianicEmphasis on fulfillment of historical messianic propheciesprophecies Jewish leaders strongly criticized.Jewish leaders strongly criticized. Five discourses with a topical arrangement.Five discourses with a topical arrangement. Jesus as “God with us.”Jesus as “God with us.” Importance of Peter.Importance of Peter. Apostles not in as negative a light.Apostles not in as negative a light.
  6. 6. Structure of Matthew:Structure of Matthew: Five Major DiscoursesFive Major Discourses Thematic rather than chronologicalThematic rather than chronological Sermon on the Mount Ch 5-7 Commissioning of the Twelve Ch 10 Parables of the Kingdom Ch 13 Life in the Church Ch. 18 Woes on the Pharisees , The time of the end. Ch 23-25.
  7. 7. Outline of MatthewOutline of Matthew 1:1-2:17 Genealogy and Birth narrative1:1-2:17 Genealogy and Birth narrative 3:1-4:11 Preparation for Jesus’ ministry3:1-4:11 Preparation for Jesus’ ministry 4:12-11:1 Ministry of Jesus to Israel4:12-11:1 Ministry of Jesus to Israel 11:2-20:34 Reactions to Jesus. Believers11:2-20:34 Reactions to Jesus. Believers become more faithful. Non-believersbecome more faithful. Non-believers opposition grows.opposition grows. 21:1-26:1 Jesus in Jerusalem.21:1-26:1 Jesus in Jerusalem. 26:27:56 Passion and death26:27:56 Passion and death 27:57-28:20 Resurrection and Commission of27:57-28:20 Resurrection and Commission of the disciplesthe disciples
  8. 8. Historical Messianic ProphecyHistorical Messianic Prophecy FulfillmentFulfillment *…this was to fulfill….*…this was to fulfill…. **1:22-23 Isaiah 7:14 virgin birth1:22-23 Isaiah 7:14 virgin birth 2:5-6 Micah 5:2 Birth in Bethlehem2:5-6 Micah 5:2 Birth in Bethlehem **2:15 Out of Egypt I called my son. Hosea 11:1.2:15 Out of Egypt I called my son. Hosea 11:1. **2:17-18 Jeremiah 31:15 Tears in Ramah.2:17-18 Jeremiah 31:15 Tears in Ramah. **2:23 He will be called a Nazarene Isaiah 11:1,22:23 He will be called a Nazarene Isaiah 11:1,2 Jeremiah 23:5 Zechariah 3:8 and Zechariah 6:12.Jeremiah 23:5 Zechariah 3:8 and Zechariah 6:12. Branch passages.Branch passages. 3:3 As in Mark, JTB fulfills Isaiah 40:33:3 As in Mark, JTB fulfills Isaiah 40:3 **4:14-16 Jesus, despite being born in Bethlehem4:14-16 Jesus, despite being born in Bethlehem Ephrathah, is from Zebulun/NaphtaliEphrathah, is from Zebulun/Naphtali
  9. 9. Jesus Fulfills Messianic PropheciesJesus Fulfills Messianic Prophecies 5:17 Jesus fulfills Law and the Prophets (John 5:26).5:17 Jesus fulfills Law and the Prophets (John 5:26). a. Literally fulfilled all the requirements of thea. Literally fulfilled all the requirements of the Law of Moses.Law of Moses. b. Satisfied the penalty for all of us who did notb. Satisfied the penalty for all of us who did not fully obey the Law of Moses.fully obey the Law of Moses. c. Fulfilled the foreshadows and prefigures in thec. Fulfilled the foreshadows and prefigures in the Law of MosesLaw of Moses **8:17 Jesus heals many (Isaiah 53:4)8:17 Jesus heals many (Isaiah 53:4) 10:34-35 Families to be divided (Micah 7:6)10:34-35 Families to be divided (Micah 7:6) 11:2-6 Jesus fulfills Isaiah 35:5, 61:1, etc.11:2-6 Jesus fulfills Isaiah 35:5, 61:1, etc. **12:17-21 The Messiah a humble and gentle servant.12:17-21 The Messiah a humble and gentle servant. Isaiah 42:2Isaiah 42:2
  10. 10. Jesus: MessiahJesus: Messiah 13:14-15 Parables not to be understood by the hard-13:14-15 Parables not to be understood by the hard- hearted Isaiah 6:9hearted Isaiah 6:9 *13:35 Messiah to speak in parables Psalm 78:2*13:35 Messiah to speak in parables Psalm 78:2 15:7-9 Disobedience Isaiah 29:1315:7-9 Disobedience Isaiah 29:13 *21:4-5 Jesus enters Jerusalem on a donkey Zech 9:9*21:4-5 Jesus enters Jerusalem on a donkey Zech 9:9 21:13 Temple a den of robbers Isaiah 56:7 Jer 7:1121:13 Temple a den of robbers Isaiah 56:7 Jer 7:11 21:16 Praise from the lips of children Psalm 8:221:16 Praise from the lips of children Psalm 8:2 21:42 Jesus rejected, becomes the capstone Ps 118:2221:42 Jesus rejected, becomes the capstone Ps 118:22 26:31 Shepherd struck and sheep scattered Zech 13:726:31 Shepherd struck and sheep scattered Zech 13:7 *27:9-10 30 pieces of silver Zechariah 11:12-13*27:9-10 30 pieces of silver Zechariah 11:12-13
  11. 11. Zechariah 11:12,13 I told them, “If you think it best, give me my pay; but if not, keep it.” so they paid me thirty pieces of silver. (Matthew 26:14-16) And the Lord said to me, “Throw it to the potter”— the handsome price at which they priced me! So I took the thirty pieces of silver and threw them into the house of the Lord, to the potter. (Matthew 27:3-8)
  12. 12. Jesus the Messiah and the fulfillment ofJesus the Messiah and the fulfillment of the Jewish messianic expectation.the Jewish messianic expectation. Jesus the Son of AbrahamJesus the Son of Abraham 1:21:2 Jesus the Son of MosesJesus the Son of Moses 2:25, 17:32:25, 17:3 Jesus the Son of David.Jesus the Son of David. (9 times)(9 times)
  13. 13. Jesus: MessiahJesus: Messiah How Can I Count the WaysHow Can I Count the Ways Jesus: The second Jonah 12:39-41Jesus: The second Jonah 12:39-41 Jesus fulfills all the covenantsJesus fulfills all the covenants -with Abraham-with Abraham -with Moses-with Moses -with David-with David Jesus fulfills all messianic expectationsJesus fulfills all messianic expectations -Son of God-Son of God -Son of man-Son of man -suffering servant-suffering servant
  14. 14. Jesus in MatthewJesus in Matthew 1. Jesus the expected Messiah1. Jesus the expected Messiah 2. Jesus fulfills salvation history and2. Jesus fulfills salvation history and inaugurates the Kingdom of God.inaugurates the Kingdom of God. 3. Jesus is God-with-us.3. Jesus is God-with-us. 4. Jesus the Son of God.4. Jesus the Son of God.

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