The Temple of Jerusalem was destroyed by the Tenth Legion of the Roman army, under the command of Titus, the son of Vespasian, about 2nd September AD70. All the Christians had fled to Pella, so none were killed in the onslaught and destruction of Jerusalem.
In the process of capturing Jerusalem over one and a half million Jewish people died – men women and children. Because the temple caught fire and the gold ran into the stonework, Titus ordered the stonework pulled apart so the gold could be recovered.
When Vespasian (AD69- AD79) was the Caesar or Emperor in Rome.
The Romans later captured Masada in AD73.
Romans were now in control again.
Jerusalem was attacked by Rome because Israel as a conquered state rebelled.
This happened after most of the New Testament had been written.
Read Luke 21:5-38 – daytime in the Temple to many disciples and “beforehand” and refers to the first generation of disciples. While Matthew 24:1-51 is at night to his own select team of disciples. And is about the last generation of believers.
The Temple of Jerusalem was destroyed by the Tenth Legion of the Roman Army under the command of Titus, the son of Vespasian, about 2 September AD70. Vespasian was the Caesar or Emperor in Rome from AD69-AD79.
The Romans captured Masada in AD73.
Romans were now in control again.
Jerusalem was attacked and destroyed by Rome because Israel as a conquered state had rebelled.
This happened after most of the New Testament had been written but was foretold both by Daniel (9:26) and by Jesus.
The Christians had fled Jerusalem from AD62 to Pella, one of the ten towns in the Decapolis, and doing so were not killed by the Roman army. The book of Hebrews may have helped in getting the Jews who believed in the Messiah to leave Jerusalem so missed being killed by the Romans when they sacked the city of Jerusalem in AD70.
Other modules in this unit:
- Next 43 Years of the Book of Acts, Acts 18:23
- Next 4 years of the Book of Acts, Acts 18:23-21:18
- Books Burn, Paul is in Ephesus, Acts 19:18-20
- Look in a Mirror, Paul writes to the Corinthians, 1 Corinthians 12:31-13:13
- Satan as an Angel of Light, Paul writes to the Corinthians, 2nd Corinthians 2:5-11 and 11:14
- Paul writes the book of Romans, Romans 1:1-17
- Idol or the Golden Calf, Romans 1:18-25
- Olive Tree, Romans 11:1-32
- Paul arrested and put in Chains, Acts 21:26-40
- First of several trials for Paul, Acts 22:30-23:11
- Paul before the High Priest Ananias and the Sanhedrin, Acts 23:1-23
- Second Trial for Paul, this time before Felix, Acts 24:1-23
- Paul’s third trial in front of Felix, Acts 24:24-27
- Paul’s fourth trial was in front of Festus, Acts 25:1-12
- Festus consults with King Herod Agrippa 2, Acts 25:13-22
- Paul before King Agrippa for his fifth trial, Acts 25:23-26:32
- Paul, a prisoner, sails for Rome in chains, Acts 27:1-12
- Map, Paul sails for Rome and prison, Acts 27:1-12
- Paul and the Snakebite ashore on Malta, Acts 28:1-6
- Paul heals the people on the island of Malta, Acts 28:7-10
- Paul still preaching is under house arrest – Rome, Acts 28:17-31
- Gospel of Luke, Luke 1:1-24:53
- Roman Soldier, The Armour of God, Ephesians 6:10-20
- Comeback, Paul’s plea for Onesimus, Philemon 1:1-25
- Epaphras took a letter to the city of Colossae, Colossians 4:7-18
- Run the race, Philippians 3:12-4:1
- Map, Paul’s 5th trip which was after the book of Acts was written
- Rome burns, 19 July AD64
- Kiss of Love, 1 Peter 5:12-14
- Scribe, Paul’s Letter To Titus, Titus 1:1-3:15
- Paul writes to Timothy a second time, 2nd Timothy 1:1-2:26
- Victor’s Crown, 2nd Timothy 2:1-13
- The book of Hebrews, Hebrews 1:1-14
- Moses leads God’s people, Hebrews 11:23-28
- Crossing the Red Sea, Hebrews 11:29
- Paul back in jail or prison again in Rome
- The Book of Jude
- Jerusalem is destroyed 2nd September AD70
- John on the Island of Patmos, Revelation 1:1-20
- Eight Characteristics of Jesus, Revelation 1:9-20
- The Holy City, the New Jerusalem, Revelation 21:1-21
- Jesus Reigns, Revelation 22:3-5
- AD96 the end of the book of Revelation and the continuation of the Christian church
- Timeline for Acts part two
- Resources: Acts part one and two
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