Re: Did Peter walk on water?

From: Terry M. Gray (grayt@lamar.colostate.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 30 2002 - 10:41:34 EDT

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    Any reason to think that Matthew isn't giving an eyewitness account
    here? Sure, he may be using Mark as source material but if he was
    there to witness the event for himself he could be adding details
    that he saw for himself.

    No doubt some of our scholars will have a good laugh with the
    suggestion that Matthew wrote Matthew and that it was written prior
    to AD 70 within Matthew's lifetime. But there is a good body of
    respectable conservative scholarship (scholars who even know the
    meaning of "haggadaic midrash") who would agree with this suggestion.

    TG

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