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The Dates of Writing of the Gospels

The Date of Writing

From ‘Notes on the Formation of the Gospels’, by John Wijngaards;
published in Background to the Gospels (Bangalore & Ann Arbor 1981)
and Together in My Name (London 1991).

Introduction
Gospel
Jesus Christ
Christ
Oral and written tradition
Tradition
The Gospel of Matthew
Matthew
The Gospel of Mark
Mark
The Gospel of Luke
Luke
The Gospel of John
John
The meaning for today
Interpretation



27 A.D. The preaching of John the Baptist. The beginning of

Jesus’ public ministry.

30 A.D. On the eve of the Passover, Jesus’ sacrificial death.

On Pentecost, outpouring of the Spirit.

36-37 A.D. Martyrdom of St. Stephen. (Later) Paul’s conversion.

45-49 A.D. Paul’s first missionary journey.

50 A.D. The COUNCIL OF JERUSALEM

St Matthew’s Gospel (Aramaic edition).

50-52 A.D. Paul’s second missionary joumey.

53-58 A.D Paul’s third missionary ioumev.

61-62 A.D. Paul imprisoned in Rome. James stoned to death in Jerusalem.

64 A.D. St. Mark’s Gospel.

67 A.D. Martyrdom of St. Peter and Paul in Rome.

68-70 A.D. The Romans wage war against the Jews, defeat thern and destroy Jerusalem.

70-80 A.D. Luke’s Gospel and the final (Greek) edition of Matthew’s Gospel

95 A.D. John’s Gospel.

100 A.D. St. John, the last apostle, dies at Ephesus.

John Wijngaards

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