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'''Matthew''' was an [[apostle]] of [[Jesus]] in the [[Bible]] to whom one of the [[Gospels]] is attributed.
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'''Matthew''' was an [[apostle]] of [[Jesus]] in the [[Bible]] to whom one of the [[gospel]]s is attributed.
  
 
==The man==
 
==The man==
 
{{wikipedia|Matthew the Evangelist}}
 
{{wikipedia|Matthew the Evangelist}}
In the Bible, '''Matthew the Evangelist''', or '''St. Matthew''', is introduced as a tax collector from the town of [[Wikipedia:Capernaum|Capernaum]] on the shores of [[Wikipedia:Sea of Galilee|Galilee]]. He is called '''Levi''' in {{bible|Luke 5:27}} and in {{bible|Mark 2:14}}. He became one of Jesus's twelve apostles.
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In the [[New Testament]], '''Matthew the Evangelist''', or '''St. Matthew''', is introduced as a tax collector from the town of [[Wikipedia:Capernaum|Capernaum]] on the shores of [[Wikipedia:Sea of Galilee|Galilee]]. He is called '''Levi''' in {{bible|Luke 5:27}} and in {{bible|Mark 2:14}}. He became one of Jesus's twelve apostles.
  
 
==The book==
 
==The book==
 
{{wikipedia|Gospel of Matthew}}
 
{{wikipedia|Gospel of Matthew}}
The '''Gospel of Matthew''' is the first (traditionally) of the four [[Gospels]] of [[New Testament]]. Historians generally agree that it was written between 70 and 100 A.D.
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The '''Gospel of Matthew''' is the first (traditionally) of the four gospels of New Testament. Historians generally agree that it was written between 70 and 100 A.D.
  
 
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Matthew was an apostle of Jesus in the Bible to whom one of the gospels is attributed.

The man

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In the New Testament, Matthew the Evangelist, or St. Matthew, is introduced as a tax collector from the town of Capernaum on the shores of Galilee. He is called Levi in Luke 5:27 Bible-icon.png and in Mark 2:14 Bible-icon.png. He became one of Jesus's twelve apostles.

The book

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For more information, see the Wikipedia article:

The Gospel of Matthew is the first (traditionally) of the four gospels of New Testament. Historians generally agree that it was written between 70 and 100 A.D.

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