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Sacred History


Bible History Timeline

 

A list of some historical events that are important to the study of the Bible and its prophecies. The research for this Biblical history timeline was done by George Konig and Ray Konig. Scholars vary in the dates that they assign to ancient events. The dates shown below are approximations. -  2100 BC (about 4100 years ago) God promises Abraham many descendants Abraham lived around 2100 BC in what is now Iraq. God told him to move to Canaan, which later became Israel.   Read More >>

Bible History Timeline

Chronology of the Old Testament

 

The aim of such a chronology is to determine the correct dates of events and persons in the OT as precisely as possible, that we may better understand their significance. Until about a, century ago OT dates were calculated almost entirely from the biblical statements (so Ussher). Two difficulties beset this approach. First, the OT does not provide all the details needed for this task, and some sequences of events may be concurrent rather than consecutive. Secondly, the ancient versions, e.g. the lxx, sometimes offer variant figures. Hence schemes of this kind are subject to much uncertainty.  Read More >>

Chronology of the Old Testament

Chronology of the New Testament

 

An attempt to establish a firm chronology of the NT is difficult because the early Christians were more interested in the sayings and events of important personages than in the time when these occurred. This is not to say they were not interested in history but they did not live in a world where chronological precision was as possible as it is at present. Hence, in attempting to put events into a chronological framework, one must gather information from incidental time references.  Read More >>

Chronology of the New Testament

History in the Bible

 

Brief timetable of Bible History and dates in chronological order from Abraham to the New Testament times . . . . .  Read More >>

History in the Bible

Jerusalem - History and Significance

 

History of Jerusalem from the time when Abraham fellowshiped with its mysterious king-priest Melchizedek, all the way down the line to the time when the temple and city of Jerusalem were destroyed by Titus the Roman general on September 8, A.D. 70.  Read More >>

Jerusalem - History and Significance

Chronology of the Birth of Christ

 

A Chronological Presentation of The Birth of Christ from the promise of John the Baptist's birth to the death of Herod and Jesus' return from Egypt to Nazareth.  Read More >>

Chronology of the Birth of Christ

Chronological Parallel of the Gospels

 

A table showing the Chronological Parallel of the Gospels. A useful chart for those studying the sacred history.   Read More >>

Chronological Parallel of the Gospels

Chronology of the Apostolic Age

 

Philip Schaff's Chronological Table of the Apostolic Age from his "History of the Chistian Church" This chart starts the history of the apostolic church from the birth of Jesus Christ, the martyrdom of Stephen to the death of apostle John.  Read More >>

Chronology of the Apostolic Age