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In the 15th year of Tiberius (Aug. 28AD to Aug. 29AD), John the Baptist began his public ministry (summer of 28AD). At that time Jesus was "about thirty years old", which statement would be precisely true if Jesus were born in 3BC. (Luke 3:23) a. The gospel of John records three Passovers during Jesus' ministry. The first when Jesus was 30½ years old (John ...


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The similarities of the books of Matthew and Mark, probably has more to do with the time frame in which they were written and the people to whom the books were written; than any collusion by the authors. The books of both Matthew and Mark were written during the early church period and were probably mostly complete before the Apostles went separate ways. ...


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Paul's Letters were written first; 45-60s. Ephesians, likely pseudopauline, is late 1st century. Mark is the first Gospel written, around 65. Luke (80s-90s) and Matthew (90s) are later. Acts is by the same author as Luke but written a bit later (90-100s). Hebrews is anywhere from the 60 to 100. James is probably 80s or 90s. John's gospel is usually dated ...



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