This article is an exposition of Matthew 16:18.
This article explains the Lord Jesus' word to Peter in Matthew 16:18, and shows how the Roman Catholic interpretation of this passage does not do it justice. Christ is the bedrock of the New Testament church.
This article considers the reactions of the Lord Jesus to the actions of Peter in Matthew 16:22-23.
Matthew 16:23-24 is interpreted in mainly three different ways. The purpose of the author of this article is twofold. First, he wants to identify and to understand how, through linguistic and contextual analyses, each of these traditions originated. In the second place, he wants to emphasize that Jesus was concerned with discipleship in the kingdom of heaven.
This essay concerns itself with the translation of Matthew 16:19.
Looking at Matthew 16:18, this article looks at the significance of Jesus changing Simon's name to Peter. This renaming had a significant meaning, like all other renamings in the Bible. However, its significance is not in the way that the Roman Catholic Church claims, which maintains that Peter was the first pope. This interpretation lacks evidence from scripture.
This article is a Bible study on Matthew 16:21-28.
This article is a Bible study on Matthew 16:13-20.
This article is a Bible study on Matthew 16:1-12.