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Jerome, a published scholar who did the original reseach on Authentic Matthew wrote,
- Matthew, also called Levi, who used to be a tax collector and later an apostle, composed the Gospel of Christ, which was first published in Judea in Hebrew script for the sake of those of the circumcision who believed. This Gospel was afterwards translated into Greek (and the Greek has been lost) though by what author uncertain. The Hebrew original has been preserved to this present day in the library of Caesarea, which Pamphilus diligently gathered. I have also had the opportunity of having this volume transcribed for me by the Nazarenes of Beroea, Syria, who use it. (On Illustrious Men 3)
He further wrote,
- In the Gospel which the Nazarenes and the Ebionites use which we have recently translated from Hebrew to Greek, and which most people call The Authentic Gospel of Matthew
(Commentary on Matthew 2)
Many of the Published authors cited also did primary and secondary research in this area.It is there work that I have used in this article from neutral point of view. I did not agree with all that was published,but what I wrote was in good faith based on published books-NOT MY ORIGINAL RESEARCH