Re: [John_Lit] Re: Date of John's gospel
- Ron: of the two approaches given for dating the FG, I go with the one
putting the writing of the FG in the first century. I'm afraid I can't do
any better than that since I have only begun to consider this issue for my
research. A safe guess would be somewhere between 60 and 100ce. If there
is prophecy then the date has to precede the prediction. I realize that
this eliminates me as a theological liberal. but, personal experience
demands that I that this position
--William J Evans Jr
grad of Hebrew Union College--Cincinnati
Dissertation with UNISA
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
>From: "Ron Price" <ron.price@...>
>Subject: [John_Lit] Re: Date of John's gospel
>Date: Sun, Dec 31, 2000, 6:16 AM
> Billy Evans wrote:
>>A. As I see it, there are two approaches to answering the question of date.
>>C. Perhaps you could supply some other reasons....?
> I would argue that we also have to take into account the probable
> dependence of John on both Mark and Luke. I would put the First Edition
> of Luke at ca. 90 CE and the First Edition of John at ca. 100 CE.
> But you didn't answer my question:
>>> When do you think John was written?
> I asked this because you had described my proposal that John referred
> to Paul as the BD as a "prophecy".
> Ron Price
> Weston-on-Trent, Derby, UK
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