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The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah, Part 21: Matthew 26:31-27:36, by Kevin M. Williams

But the ending was inevitable. It had been prophesied in the Scriptures and by the Messiah. It had to be and there was no stopping it.

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In our next examination of The Secrets Codes in Matthew, we shall examine what his commonly referred to as The Passion, and put the events in historical and Jewish perspective.

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Notes

1 Unless otherwise noted, the New American Standard Bible is used with permission.
2 The Hebrew name for the anglicized “Jesus” and so used throughout.
3 Leviticus 24:22 and again in Numbers 15:16
4 This outward sign of mourning is still practiced in Jewish life.
5 E. P. Sanders lecture notes: Trial and Execution, March 29, 2000, <http://www.duke.edu/religion/home/EP/sanders.html>, Duke University Department of Religion, Durham, NC (link no longer extant)

 

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Category: Biblical Studies, Pneuma Review, Summer 2006

About the Author: Kevin M. Williams, Litt.D., H.L.D. has served in Messianic ministries since 1987 and has written numerous articles and been a featured speaker at regional and international conferences on Messianic Judaism.

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