Is Clement of Rome written before AD 70?

Steven Avery

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This thread is a must read!

Facebook - Patristics for Protestants
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1795609857431111/posts/3058190621173022/

Jonathan Bernier shared a link.

I'm not usually one for self-promotion, but I suspect that this work might be of interest to some here—perhaps especially the last two chapters, which (as the TOC indicates) deal with 1 Clement, Didache, Epistle of Barnabas, and Shepherd of Hermas. (These particular texts are being treated alongside the New Testament because they are the four non-canonical texts which John A.T. Robinson considered in his 1976 work, Redating the New Testament. Insofar as this book is something of a "spiritual successor" to Redating, it seemed inappropriate to treat fewer books than did Robinson).

BCHF grumbles

Topics
Redating the New Testament - Robinson John AT -
1 Timothy 5:18 Luke 10:7 Matthew 10:10
Jonathan Bernier AUTHOR
John Wenham
John Rist -
Thomas Herron 1 Clement pre 70 Rome
Brad Cooper
Karl Armstrong Acts -
J. V. M. Sturdy -
Thomas Herron Clement of Rome -
MYPOST Theophilus proposal -
Acts Harnack, Colin Hemer,
Didache - Epistle of Barnabas - Shepherd Hermas

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https://web.archive.org/web/2009021...ribd.com/doc/11733086/First-Clement-Pre-AD-70

Also research the Clementine Homilies.
 
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