Todays scholars can only use the known, that is historical reigning Roman Emperors as a reference in determining dates.<quoted text>
actually no..Jerusalem was seized in 70 C.E
that scripture was written in 30 C.E. Which is why he said the children would up in age by the time this happened.
jesus said when you see the disgusting thing sitting in a holy place flee to the mountains..the disgusting thing he was referring to was the romans, when they came and surrounded jerusalem. That was sign for the christians to leave
The romans came back and destroyed
So, since your Bible clearly and unambiguously claims that Jesus was born during the reign of Herod the King, then he, Jesus, had to have been born no later than 4 B.C.
Irony meter goes boom!
Jesus could only have been born a minimum of four years before the birth of Jesus?
After you stop laughing though, consider the import of this paradox.