Because of the reference to the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in 70 CE (Mark 13:2), most scholars believe that the Gospel of Mark was written some time during the war between Rome and the Jews (66-74).
Of course, it wouldn’t have taken divinely inspired prophecy to guess that the Romans and Jews were on yet another collision course.Supporters of early dating also need to make sufficient room between Mark and the writing of Matthew and Luke, both of which they also date early — as early as 80 or 85 CE.Conservative scholars who favor an early date often rely heavily upon a fragment of papyrus from Qumran.The earliest New Testament books, the letters written by Paul, were composed in the decade of the 50s.In the mid-60s, James, Peter, and Paul are all killed.
Most say that Mark was written during the war when it was obvious that Rome was going to exact a terrible vengeance on the Jews for their rebellion, even though the details were unknown.Some lean more towards later in the war, some earlier.“And make it really intimate and special.” Mark added, “Kind of one place, but [the guests] are going to end up at another. I write about big ideas and give life advice that doesn’t suck. In the year 70, Roman armies destroyed Jerusalem and its Temple, effectively ending a Jewish revolt against the Empire that had begun four years earlier.
Although some scholars disagree, the vast majority of researchers believe that Mark was the first Gospel to be written, sometime around the year 70.
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On it are five lines with nine good letters and one complete word — hardly a firm foundation upon which we can rest an early date for Mark.
Those who argue for a later date say that Mark was able to include the prophecy about the destruction of the Temple because it had already happened.