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|NASB||Galatians 2:1 Then after an interval of fourteen years I went up again to Jerusalem with Barnabas, taking Titus along also.|
|Galatians 2:1 Then after a period of fourteen years I again went up to Jerusalem, [this time] with Barnabas, taking Titus along also.|
|Subject: Which Books Which Journeys?|
Bible Note: Steve
I checked out the link, thank you for that.
I found out a couple of things that might interest you by checking the link against information in the NASB introductions to books:
According to the link Paul wrote Hebrews and the link bases this off Hebrews 10:34 which they say says, "ye had compassion of me in my bonds". The NASB says "For you showed sympathy to the prisoners and accepted joyfullly the seizure of your property". And has Hebrews as being written in 70 AD instead of 64-65 AD.
The link leaves out Titus as one of four prison letters.
The NASB lists Galatians as being written as 50 AD in the NASB Giant Print Edition page 1622. Then it list Galatians as being possibly written in 48-49 Ad on page 1650, while listing 1 Thessalonians as being written in 51 AD stating that 1 Thessalonians was written first by Paul. Very strange indeed.
It is hard to put together the dates of what was written with when it was written in a chart. I have tried to do this several times and had to stop because there is so little accurate information about the real dates of the journeys.
Thanks for the help.
tumbleweed, God's Own