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Jerusalem

Jerusalem

An Alternative Trajectory for Mark, Matthew and Luke?

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http://vridar.info/
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Godfrey

 

An alternative trajectory for Mark, Matthew and Luke?

Was the Gospel of Mark, far from being the first basic Jesus narrative (Mack), albeit still the first of our canonical gospels, actually responsible for removing the resurrection appearance scene from an earlier version of the story? Were Matthew and Luke later attempts to harmonize the two narratives?

The first question arises from the following:

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Miscellaneous Articles from Vridar.info (Neil Godfrey)
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The First Roman – Jewish War

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Roman Palestine
Lecture
1011 Lecture 11
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http://politeacademics.wordpress.com
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Theophyle
Original Date
July 8, 2010
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The Romans entered Judean politics, ironically, by invitation of one Jewish faction that was in a power struggle with another. In 76 BCE Alexander Jannaeus, the last great king of the Hasmonean line, died. He was succeeded by his widow Salome Alexandra, who herself died in 67 BCE The royal couple’s two sons, Hyrcanus and Aristobulus, then fought each other for succession to the throne.

The Christian Chronology – 1st Century Mail Stones

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Early Christianity
Lecture
1012 TL1
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http://politeacademics.wordpress.com
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Theophyle
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14 – Augustus died on August 19 – On September 17, the Senate in Rome decreed that Augustus Caesar was one of the gods, and it named Tiberius emperor. (If Luke 3.1 dates “the reign of Tiberius Caesar” from this year, his fifteenth year was 28/29 CE.)

30/ 33?Jesus was crucified and resurrected.

Jerusalem in the Persian Period – 2

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http://theophyle.wordpress.com
Author
Theophyle
Original Date
November 16, 2009

We may now turn to the city wall of the Persian period restored by the returning exiles. As we have seen, the minimalists (including such eminent archaeologists and scholars as the late Michael Avi-Yonah, Yoram Tsafrir of Hebrew University, Hugh Williamson of Oxford University, Hanan Eshel of Bar-Ilan University and Ephraim Stern of Hebrew University) limit the wall of Persian period Jerusalem to the City of David.

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BCE Articles from Theophyle's English Blog - Babylon and the Second Temple Period
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The Rise and Fall of the Hasmonean Kingdom

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http://theophyle.wordpress.com
Author
Theophyle
Original Date
March 1, 2009

Alexander the Great changed the face of Judea along with the rest of the then-known world. He reigned as emperor from 356 to 323. BCE In 336 BCE he became king of Macedonia and of the Greek city-states conquered by his father, Philip II. Within a decade he defeated the Persians and fell heir to their empire.

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BCE Articles from Theophyle's English Blog - Babylon and the Second Temple Period
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