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Abraham According Acts appears Aramaic BAGD baptism beatitudes Bergpredigt Christology Clement of Alexandria command Commentary Compare connexion contrast David Davies Deut disciples early Christian Ecclus eschatological Eusebius evangelist Exod Ezek Father ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁre ﬁrst ﬁve formula quotations fulﬁlled fulﬁlment Galilee genealogy Gentile God’s Greek Griesbach hypothesis Guelich Gundry hapax legomenon heaven Hebrew Herod Holy idem inﬂuence interpretation Israel Jeremias Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jews John John’s Josephus Judaism judgement kingdom London Lord Lord’s Prayer Lukasevangelium Luke’s magi Mark Mark’s Markan Markan priority Matthean Matthew and Luke Matthew’s Gospel meaning Messiah Moses narrative one’s original Papias parable parallel perhaps Pharisees probably Qumran rabbinic redactional reﬂects righteousness Sadducees Sanh scribes Scripture Semitic sermon signiﬁcant Spirit story synoptic Testament Theology Torah tradition translation verb verse words