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Bibliography

Dosick, Rabbi Wayne. Living Judaism: The Complete Guide to Jewish Belief, Tradition, and Practice. New York: HarperCollins, 1995.

Freedman, David Noel. A­–C. 6 vols. Anchor Bible Dictionary 1. New York: Bantam Doubleday Publishing Group, 1992.

Gilligan, Michael Joseph. “The Tetragrammaton in God’s Word and Liturgy.” Liturgical Ministry 5, (1996): 79-84.

Hanger, Donald A. Matthew 1-13. 52 vols. World Biblical Commentary 33a. Texas: Word Books, 1997.

Harner, Philip. Understanding the Lord’s Prayer. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1952.

Hill, Andrew E., and Walton, John H. A Survey of the Old Testament. Michigan: Zondervan, 2009.

Laymon, Charles. The Lord’s Prayer in Its Biblical Setting. New York: Abingdon Press, 1968.

Marlowe, Michael. “The Translation of the Tetragrammaton.” http://www.bible-researcher.com/tetragrammaton.html.

Ochs, Peter. “The Passion and Repentance.” The Living Pulpit 13, no. 3 (July 2004): 6-8.

“Yahweh.” The New Encyclopaedia Britannica. 12 vols. Encyclopaedia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1998.

Young, Brad. The Jewish Background to the Lord’s Prayer. Oklahoma: Gospel Research Foundation Inc., 1984.

 

Notes

[1] All references to Scripture will be in the English Standard Version of the Bible unless stated otherwise.

[2] Philip B. Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer (Philadelphia: Fortress Press), 123.

[3] “Yahweh.” The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, v.12 (1998): 804.

[4] Michael Joseph Gilligan. “The Tetragrammaton in God’s Word and Liturgy,” Liturgical Ministry 5, (1996): 79-84.

[5] Michael Marlowe, “The Translation of the Tetragrammaton,” (2011), http://www.bible-researcher.com/tetragrammaton.html.

[6] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 44.

[7] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 46.

[8] David Noel Freedman, A–C. Anchor Bible Dictionary, v.4 (New York: Bantam Doubleday Publishing Group) 7.

[9] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 49.

[10] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 49.

[11] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 50.

[12] Charles M. Laymon, The Lord’s Prayer in its Biblical Setting, (Nashville and New York: Abingdon Press, 1968), 80.

[13] Brad H. Young, The Jewish Background to the Lord’s Prayer (Tulsa: Gospel Research Foundation), 4.

[14] Peter Ochs, “The Passion and Repentance,” The living Pulpit 13, no.13, (2004): 6.

[15] Ochs, “The Passion and Repentance,” 6.

[16] Rabbi Wayne Dosick, Living Judaism (New York: HarperCollins, 1995).

[17] Paul Fiebig, Jesu Bergpredigt (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1924), 50.

[18] Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, interviewed by Alejandro Daniel Castro, Oral Roberts University Holy Spirit Room, November 17, 2015.

[19] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 69

[20] Young, The Jewish Background to the Lord’s Prayer, 12

[21] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 69.

[22] Young, The Jewish Background of the Lord’s Prayer, 20.

[23] Young, The Jewish Background to the Lord’s Prayer, 21.

[24] Note that that Ten Commandments are part of the Torah.

[25] Andrew E. Hill, Jonah H. Walton, A Survey of the Old Testament (Michigan: Zondervan) 129.

[26] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 77.

[27] Hill and Walton, A Survey of the Old Testament, 130.

[28] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 79.

[29] Harner, Understanding the Lord’s Prayer, 123.

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About the Author: Alejandro Daniel Castro, AA-INDS (South Texas College), received the call into ministry at the age of fourteen. After much prayer, Alejandro answered the call into ministry, and began serving as a volunteer youth leader at The Family Church. During his service, God placed a desire in Alejandro’s heart to clearly and effectively teach the Gospel to youth. As a result, Alejandro decided to pursue an education in theology and ministry. Currently, Alejandro is pursuing his bachelor’s degree in ministry and leadership at Oral Roberts University.

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