Matthew and Mission Paperback

The Gospel Through Jewish Eyes


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Matthew and Mission

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In this fascinating exposition of Matthew's gospel, Martin Goldsmith explores the Jewish roots of the first gospel with reference to its origin, date, purpose and authorship. Written to encourage the Jewish Christians in their faith and witness, the author considers the way in which Matthew presents the teachings of Jesus to his original readership. Asking what it meant to be a convert of the early church, Goldsmith shows how Matthews emphasis on witness and mission was aimed at early believers who had considerable ministry needs and opportunities to their own people and to others. Matthew& Mission applies the principle of mission in the New Testament to today's world and examines what it is to be involved in mission in a way that is honouring to our call. Focusing on the great commission to tell all people and all nations the good news of the Gospel, this long-awaited book should take the twenty-first-century church out of its complacency and revive within us a commitment to serve the Lord anew.

Matthew and Mission by M GOLDSMITH was published by Authentic in December 2001 and is our 38937th best seller. The ISBN for Matthew and Mission is 9781842271322.

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Details for Matthew and Mission

Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherAuthentic (December 2001)
Number of Pages240
Thickness19 mm
Height130 mm
Width198 mm
Product Code5352
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