Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-2000

Publication Title

Hervormde Teologiese Studies

Keywords

Matthew 28:16-20, Christianity, Gospel women, Non-Jews in the Gospels, First Century Israel

Abstract

Traditionally Matthew 28:16-20 has been placed in the context of a mandate to Christianize the world. This study attempts to ascertain if the gentile woman in the genealogy and the Canaanite woman near the center of Matthew's gospel constitute a precedent and a model for the mandate to bring the enemy tribes into the fold of Israel.

First Page

935

Last Page

948

Volume

56

Issue

4

Original Citation

Jackson, Glenna S. "Are The 'Nations' Present In Matthew?." Hervormde Teologiese Studies 56.4 (Nov 2000): 935-948.

Version

Publisher's Version

Peer Reviewed

1

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