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The Narrator and the Logos
When one compares the contents of Matthew with the writings of Paul one can find an enormous list of differences and contradictions. For a late dated composition the community which supposedly produced the canonical Gospel had to be far removed from the Pauline school and logically appeared to want nothing to do with him. Conversely, an early date of August 30 CE makes a great deal of sense, for the lawyer from Tarsus training under Gamaliy'el I makes a brief, business-
Mattithyah captured so much spontaneous emotional language that it could not possibly be the result of oral tradition. Statements regarding the fallen John the Baptist or Yohannan the Dipper in chapter 11 are filled with emotion and require interpretation from that perspective. In 7:21-
Evidently there was no oral tradition nor need for one, since the authors put stylus to papyrus shortly after the words were spoken and events occurred while still clear in their minds. The observation made in Acts 4:13 that Peter and John were uneducated and untrained (αγράμματοί and ιδιωται) is both false and misleading, since they learned their literary skills as part of the Qumran Scrolls community (yachad) and their mathematical prowess under the Rabbi Yeshuwa. It is for this reason that they were chosen.
5. The term μαθηματικός (mathematikos) in Didache iii,4 has them in mind. Indeed the first chapters of Acts demonstrate that oral tradition was nipped in the bud before it could ever develop. Three times members of the Twelve were ordered by the Sanhedrin not to speak in the name of Yeshuwa and that became law (Acts 4:17-
Even Philo of Alexandria was wise not to mention Him, so explaining his silence rather than lack of knowledge about His existence. Logically this ban was issued as an addendum to their speaking the name Yahuw'ah (YHWH), also forbidden by “the Jews”.
While canonical Mark may be dated to October 59, Luke's Gospel was under way at the beginning of 63 CE. Its purpose was primarily for Paul's defence before Theophilus, a member of the equestrian order and judge in Nero's Court of Appeal. Both Mark and Luke were written in Greek.
The Fourth Gospel was compiled soon after Matthew during late 31 CE. Together Yohannan and Mattithyah captured the real Yeshuwa, where He is permitted to speak for Himself without readers asking, “What was that, Paul?” Such is the power of that apostle’s writing.
Until now the world has only known the written 'imrah or dabar. Yet has any one considered that there may be a visual record behind the written narrative which not only supports and adds to it, but gives the creative word in Genesis 1:3 -
What did the prophet Isaiah or Yisheyahuw mean when he quoted Yahuw'ah (YHWH), “For as the rain and snow come down from the heavens and do not return there, but water the earth and make it bring forth and sprout and give seed to the sower and bread to the eater; 11. so shall My word (debariy) be which goes out of My mouth. It shall not return to Me empty, but will do that which I please and prosper in the thing for which I sent it” (Isa. 55:10-
6. It appears here that dabar and 'imrah are interchangeable, the significant difference between the two being dabar carries with it the power of the speaker's presence to fulfil the word or utterance.
As some may already be aware, the present writer has been working with Google Earth 3-
For the past year the main focus has been upon the Garden of Eden with some attention paid to the crucifixion and resurrection scenes. The former has produced far more FIMIOL photographs than expected, including a) the creation of Adam and Chav-