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Dating in the bible
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Andrewa , 17 July 2005 (UTC) Jump to: navigation, search How reliable do people feel these dates are? See for example: 50-60 1 Thessalonians 50-60 Philippians 50-60 Galatians 50-60 1 Corinthians 50-60 2 Corinthians 50-60 Romans 50-60 Philemon 50-80 Colossians 65-80 Gospel of Mark 70-100 Epistle of James 80-100 2 Thessalonians 80-100 Ephesians 80-100 Gospel of Matthew 80-110 1 Peter 80-130 Gospel of Luke 80-130 Acts of the Apostles 90-95 Apocalypse of John 90-120 Gospel of John 90-120 1 John 90-120 2 John 90-120 3 John 90-120 Epistle of Jude 100-150 1 Timothy 100-150 2 Timothy 100-150 Titus 100-160 2 Peter Non-canonical but quoted by some church fathers as inspired/scripture (before the NT canon was finally set by the 370's) or popularly read in churches/included in pages of somebody's bible: 80-120 Epistle of Barnabas 80-140 1 Clement 80-150 Gospel of the Hebrews (or possibly confused with 50-95 Book of Hebrews) 100-150 Apocalypse of Peter 100-160 Shepherd of Hermas 100-200 Odes of Solomon 130-160 2 Clement 150-200 Acts of Paul 170-175 Diatessaron Sources: (Dave Armstrong) (Peter Kirby) The entire list of approximate dates for the New Testament is currently unsourced.
.158 (talk) , (UTC) In regards to Luke and Acts, good arguments have been put forth for a pre 70AD dating.
This also pushes the dates of Matthew and Mark back, as they predate Luke.
Source: (Norman Geisler) I don't want to edit this because it is possible the author means something sensible, but at present it seems to be saying that Bible texts are not mentioned by historians outside of Israel, which is obviously untrue.
Perhaps the author should edit it to clarify meaning.