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The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology is a non-profit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition. The Center serves clergy and laity, students and scholars, with research and study tools - f... more.
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Matthew and Luke are the only two Gospel writers who include an infancy narrative in their biographies of Jesus.
According to the most widely accepted theory about how the Gospels were composed, Matthew and Luke wrote independently of one another. That is, Matthew did not have a copy of Luke's Gospel on his desk when writing his Gospel, as it were, and vice versa. 108-109) at which Matthew and Luke's accounts are in accord with one another: 1. Mary and Joseph are legally engaged but haven't lived together (see Matthew 1:18; Luke 1:27,34). 2. Joseph is from King David's lineage (see Matthew 1:16,20; Luke 1:27,32; 2:4). 3. Angels announce the forthcoming birth of the baby (see Matthew 1:20-23; Luke 1:30-35). 4. Mary becomes pregnant as a virgin (see Matthew 1:20,23,25; Luke 1:34). 5. The child is conceived through the work of the Holy Spirit (see Matthew 1:18,20; Luke 1:35). 6. An angel proclaims that the child's name will be Jesus (see Matthew 1:21; Luke 1:31). 7. An angel states that Jesus is to be the Saviour (see Matthew 1:21; Luke 2:11). 8. The birth of Jesus happens after Mary and Joseph began living together as spouses (see Matthew 1:24-25; Luke 2:5-6). 9. Jesus is born in Bethlehem (see Matthew 2:1; Luke 2:4-6). 10. Herod the Great is in power during the time of the birth of Jesus (see Matthew 2:1; Luke 1:5). 11. Jesus is raised in Nazareth (see Matthew 2:23; Luke 2:39). Matthew Leonard, Executive Director of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology: Indeed, Jesus' reply to the imprisoned John the Baptist (Matt 11:2-6; cf. (Matt 11:3), Jesus answers in what appears to be a vague manner, using words from Isaiah 61: "Go and tell John what you hear and see: the blind receive their sight and the lame walk, lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear, and the dead are raised up, and the poor have good news preached to them.
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#086: Taylor's Conversion Story to Catholicism - Interview with Matthew Leonard - Taylor Marshall
#086: Taylor's Conversion Story to Catholicism - Interview with Matthew Leonard
Taylor sat down with Matthew Leonard, the Executive Director of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology to talk about Taylor's conversion, baseball, Scott Hahn, sleep, and daily living. Click to Listen: #086: Taylor's Conversion Story to the Catholicism - Interview with Matthew Leonard As a fellow convert (April 22, 2000), I relate to your story and the comments from Matthew Leonard. God bless!
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Matthew Leonard is an internationally known speaker, author, and Executive Director of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. Using Scripture and the teachings of the spiritual greats... Matthew Leonard