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Baurs proposal was remained influential for later attempts to date and identify authorship of the New Testament documents (Harris, 237, 24862; Ellis, Appendix VI).More recent dating proposals have reflected the impact, among both liberal and conservative scholars, of various lines of evidence which indicate earlier dates for the New Testament documents.For example, the notorious death-of-God proponent John A. Robinson (1976) contended that all 27 documents were composed prior to 70AD.
Some critical scholars have attempted to strengthen their contentions by separating the actual events from the writings by as much time as possible.
Most of the family “recalled” the decedent leaving each child 1/3 of the Estate.
The Will submitted to probate left 90% to the daughter, 10% to a son and nothing to an adopted son. Based upon Southworth Paper records, pages 1, 2 & 4 were manufactured in 1997; the watermark on page 3 dated year 2000. The forensic document examiner testified the decedents signature on page 3 was a simulation (forgery), the inks used for page 3 margin initials and decedents signature were different from pages 1, 2 & 4; however, all of this was opinion testimony.
[From The Editors: This article is one of a series we are running this year. Near the end of the year we are planning to publish these twelve articles in book form (Kindle, Nook and old fashioned print and ink). Possibly the most unlikely source is the staunch atheist and eugenics advocate H. Wells (unfortunately much more widely known and read than Albright), who also acknowledged that the four gospels were certainly in existence a few decades after [Christs] death (498).
The 2013 series is called "The Integrity of the New Testament" and deals with textual criticism. In my opinion, every book of the New Testament was written by a baptized Jew between the forties and the eighties of the first century (very probably sometime between about A. Unless one reads documents through the lens of a apriori assumptions, the evidence supports the conclusions that the historical accounts, letters, biography, and other genres found in the New Testament were written by eyewitnesses and other persons living in that historical period with access to written sources and persons knowledgeable about the events described.
He mainly based his argument on the fact that the New Testament documents do not reference the fall of Jerusalem (70AD; Redating, 1330).