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A 33 AD Crucifixion of Christ Bibliography1

Isaac Newton, Sir, Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St.
John. In Two Parts: Chapter XI: Of the Times of the Birth and Passion of Christ,
M.DCC.XXXIII.;1733 – Posthumous).
Kenneth J. Knoespel, Newton In The School Of Time, The Eighteenth Century Theory and
Interpretation, Volume 30, Texas Tech University Press (1989), pgs 19-41.
John P. Pratt, Newton’s Date for the Crucifixion. Ashton Research Corp., Orem, Utah
(Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 32 (1991), pgs 301-304.
Richard W. Husband, The Prosecution of Jesus, Princeton (1916), pgs 34-69.
S. A. Cook, F. E. Adcock, M. P. Charlesworth, Cambridge Ancient History, Vol. X (1934),
pgs 607-652, esp pg 649.
John K. Fotheringham, The Evidence of Astronomy and Technical Chronology for the Date of
the Crucifixion, Journal of the Theological Society, Vol. 35 (1934): pgs 142-162. Supporting
publications by JKF referenced from 1903, 1910, and 1921.
George Ogg, The Chronology of the Public Ministry of Jesus, Cambridge: University Press
(1940; 2014 reprint) pgs 203-285.
A. D. Doyle, Pilate's Career and the Date of the Crucifixion, The Journal of Theological
Studies, XLII (1941), pgs 190–193.
Paul L. Maier, “Sejanus, Pilate, and the Date of the Crucifixion,” Church History 37 (1968):
pgs 3-13, and also “The Date of the Nativity and the Chronology of Jesus’ Life,” pgs 124-126.
Paul L. Maier, In the Fullness of Time, 1991, pgs 97-205.
Bo I. Reicke, The New Testament Era: The World of the Bible from 500 BC to AD 100, trans. by
David E. Green (1968), pgs 183-184.
Jack Finegan, Handbook of Biblical Chronology (1964), pgs 359-362.
Harold W. Hoehner, Herod Antipas (1972), pgs 171, 180-183.
Harold W. Hoehner, Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ (1977), pgs 95-114.
Harold W. Hoehner, Chronology, Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (1992), pgs 118-122.
Harold W. Hoehner, The Chronology of Jesus, Handbook of the Study of the Historical Jesus,
Vol III, ed. by Tom Holmén and Stanley E. Porter (2011; posthumous to H.W.H.), pgs 2315-

This bibliography lists references that are in some way supportive of an April 3, 33 AD date for
the crucifixion of Christ. The cited references may or may not reflect the doctrine of Grace Bible
Fellowship, and some references are indeed purely secular. The listings are roughly
chronological and generally grouped by author(s) or topic. This bibliography, though detailed, is
not exhaustive. Many of these references are available in various formats, in whole or in part,
over the Internet, in some cases free of charge. Please feel free to discuss these references with
the speakers, which references might be recommended, and how they are available.
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Colin J. Humphreys and W.G. Waddington, Dating the Crucifixion, Nature Vol. 306 (22 Dec
1983) pgs 743-746.
Colin J. Humphreys and W. Graeme Waddington, The Date of the Crucifixion, Journal of the
American Scientific Affiliation 37 (Mar 1985) pgs 2-19.
Colin J. Humphreys and W.G. Waddington, Astronomy and the Date of the Crucifixion, in
Chronos, Kairos, Christos: Nativity and Chronological Studies Presented to Jack Finegan, ed.
Jerry Vardaman and Edwin M. Yamauchi (1989), pgs 165-181.
Colin J. Humphreys and W.G. Waddington, The Jewish Calendar, a Lunar Eclipse and the
Date of Christ’s Crucifixion, Tyndale Bulletin 43.2 (1992): 331-351.
Colin Duriez, AD 33: The Year That Changed the World, (2006).
Gary DeLashmutt, Sejanus and the Chronology of Christ’s Death,
Andreas J. Köstenberger; Justin Taylor; Alexander Stewart, The Final Days of Jesus:
The Most Important Week of the Most Important Person Who Ever Lived (2014).
Andreas J. Köstenberger, John (2004), pgs 109–10.
Andreas J. Köstenberger, L. Scott Kellum, Charles L Quarles, The Lion and the Lamb
(2012), pgs 44-45.
Andreas J. Köstenberger, April 3, 33 AD: Why We Believe We Can Know The Exact Date
Jesus Died, https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2014/04/april-3-ad-33 (4.3.14).
Andreas J. Köstenberger, When Was Jesus Born, and When Did He Die? 5BC-33AD:
Brian Messner, No Friend of Caesar: Jesus, Pilate, Sejanus, and Tiberius, Stone-Campbell
Journal (2008) pgs 47-57.
Brian Messner, Pilate and Crowd, Stone-Campbell Journal (2000) pgs 195-207.
Brian Messner, Fifteenth Year of Tiberius, Stone-Campbell Journal (1998), pgs 201-211.
Steven A. Austin, Jerusalem Earthquake Of 33 A.D.: Evidence Within Laminated Mud Of The
Dead Sea, Israel, Geological Society of America, (November 7, 2012).
D.H.K. Amiran, E. Arieh, T. Turcotte, Earthquakes in Israel and adjacent areas: macroscopic
observations since 100 B.C.E., Israel Exploration Journal Vol. 44 (1994) pgs 260-305.
R. Ken-Tor, A. Agnon, Y. Enzel, M. Stein, S. Marco, J.F.W. Negendank, High-resolution
geological record of historic earthquakes in the Dead Sea basin, Journal Geophysical Research,.
Vol. 106 (2001) pgs 2221-2234.
Claudia Migowski, Amotz Agnon, Revital Bookman, Jörg F.W. Negendank, Mordechai
Stein, Recurrence pattern of Holocene earthquakes along the Dead See transform revealed by
varve-counting and radiocarbon dating of lacustrine sediments, Earth and Planetary Science
Letter, Vol. 222 (2004) pgs 301-314.
US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Significant Earthquakes database,
2150 BC to the present; https://data.noaa.gov/dataset/dataset/ncei-wds-global-significant-
earthquake-database-2150-bc-to-presentVVerified by email on April 1, 2019, with Nicolás
Arcos, Natural Hazards Data Manager, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental
Sciences (CIRES) University of Colorado at Boulder and NOAA National Centers for
Environmental Information (NCEI).

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