It challenges the use of the external evidence such as Irenaeus and Clement of Alexandria often used for dating Mark, relying instead on internal evidence from the gospel itself.
James Crossley also questions the view that Mark 13 reflects the Jewish war, arguing that there are other plausible historical settings - for example the Caligula crises - going on to critically examine other arguments which place the writing of Mark as either around the time of the Jewish war, or at least after Paul's letters.
The Date of Mark's Gospel argues that the gospel makes numerous Jewish assumptions, particularly concerning law observance. Mark gospel dating could only make such an assumption at a time when Christianity was largely law observant: and this could not have been later than the mids, from which point on certain Jewish and gentile Christians were no longer observing some biblical laws e.
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