I Did Not Come to Abolish but to Fulfill

This week Dr. Schaser introduces the Gospel of Matthew's take on how Jesus is a "ransom." We also talk about the Sermon on the Mount and what Jesus meant when he said that he did not come to abolish but to fulfill the law - and does that conflict with his "you have heard it said...but I tell you" statements throughout the sermon?

Do we adequately know the background of the Jewishness of the Gospel of Matthew? Dr. Schaser helps us understand the extra biblical literary sources that illuminate how Jesus is portrayed in the gospel; from festivals to the Sermon on the Mount.

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