Redating the New Testament

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Oct 31, 2000 - Religion - 384 pages
On the basis that the fall of Jerusalem is never mentioned in the New Testament writings as a past fact, Dr. Robinson defends that the books of the New Testament were written before A.D. 70....contradicting, of course, the consensus of generations of Bible scholars.

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Redating the New Testament is a cunning book, in which Robinson hides his chronological theory, substantiated with the heavyweights of biblical scholarship, behind a facade of light-footed ... Read full review

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John A. T. Robinson is fellow and Dean of Chapel, Trinity College, Cambridge, and Assistant Bishop of Southwark. His other works include The Human Faces of God and Honest to God.

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