IV 8 The completion of the Old Testament after 70 AD
The destruction of Jerusalem and of the Yahweh temple in Jerusalem
seemed to many Jews to be the end of an era.
The individual Old Testament writings were revised, expanded and completed after 70 AD.
The cut-off point of the Old Testament canon came after the end of the Bar Kochba rebellion (after 135 AD) and under the influence of the formation of the Christian canon.