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Do You Want (and Need) a Free Membership to the Blog? Gift Memberships 2019

Thanks to the incredible ongoing generosity of members of the blog, I am happy to announce that there are a limited number of free one-year memberships available.   These have been donated for a single purpose: to allow those who cannot afford the annual membership fee to participate on the blog for a year.   I will assign these memberships strictly on the honor system: if you truly cannot afford the membership fee, but very much want to have full access to the blog, then please contact me.

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    VaulDogWarrior  December 9, 2019

    Hey Bart,

    You said in an old post “I have tended to think that Mark’s description of the destruction is so vague that it’s not clear that he knows about it as a past event.”

    He seems to be describing it in Mark 13:1-2. He also seems to allude to it in 11:23 (Ortlund, 2018). Do you think it’s possible he was describing the destruction of the temple?

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      Bart  December 10, 2019

      Was I talking about the destruction of the temple? That’s odd. I did used to wonder if Mark was written just before the end of the war in 70; but I *though* I had changed my mind already by 2012 (when I started the blog). Maybe not!

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