[b-hebrew] Daniel 11:22
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Fri Sep 8 00:26:17 EDT 2006
When I was in school, the Roman dates were singled out as some in
question. In Luke's day, there was no question, but as far as I know,
today we do not have the court records to verify the scholarly
consensus. For the most part, if we are within a decade, that's close
Wikipedia, where there is an academic consensus, is particularly poor
as a source for a full range of information on a subject.
Karl W. Randolph.
On 9/7/06, Peter Kirk <peter at qaya.org> wrote:
> On 07/09/2006 03:16, K Randolph wrote:
> > ...
> > When did Jesus live? There is still question of the exact years. ...
> > Now the picture I get from the New Testament is that Jesus was killed
> > shortly after Pilate arrived in Judea, probably a few months to almost
> > a year. ... Add to the mix the
> > uncertainty of dates as correlated to our modern calendar, and we have
> > the possibility that Jesus was killed in 23 AD or thereabouts.
> Luke 3:1 clearly states that John the Baptist started his ministry in
> the 15th year of Tiberius Caesar. Tiberius came to the throne in 14 AD
> (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiberius) and so his 15th year was 28
> or 29 AD. Tiberius' dates are fixed by the Roman calendar whose relation
> to the Christian one is clearly known. And the New Testament shows Jesus
> following John. So there is no way that Jesus could have been killed as
> early as 23 AD.
> Peter Kirk
> E-mail: peter at qaya.org
> Blog: http://speakertruth.blogspot.com/
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