Peter in the New Testament: A Collaborative Assessment by Protestant and Roman Catholic Scholars Paperback – 13 Mar 2002
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So much is read back into the 2nd century. So one asks, what is truth outside of accepting the validity of the whole bible---which speaks for itself, and doesn't need man-made tradition to understand it.
I felt the writers did a very good job. Paul.
An Aramaic substratum has been recognised in Mt's Greek. "You are petros" and "this petra" suggests a Greek play on the two words; in Aramaic they are identical: "You are Kephâ' and upon this kephâ' I will build". `This leaves no doubt that the rock on which the church was to be built was Peter.'
I am now reading the other chapters with similar results - their clarity is infectious.
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