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The chronology of the Bible

Author: Frank R Klassen
Publisher: Nashville : Regal, ©1975.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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God, the Master Architect, had a plan for Man before the world began. He provided the Savior before the foundation of the world (Matt. 25:34, Acts 15:18, Eph. 1:4, Rev. 13:8). Being a builder myself, I recognize the need of a plan (blueprint) for building. Using the King James translation of the Bible, I have copied God's specifications. I have engineered the progression of dates and events, unfolding the panorama  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Chronologies
Chronology
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank R Klassen
OCLC Number: 4856427
Description: 63 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Contents: The progress of creation --
All things were created mature --
The lineage (bloodline) to Christ started with Adam --
Noah and his family were in the ark one year and ten days --
Canaan was inhabited by giants --
In the days of Peleg, God confounded the people's one language --
Terah and his family came to the Haran southeast of Damascus ca. 1927 BC --
The Dead Sea was not yet formed --
The sojourning of the children of Israel begain in 1892 BC --
God's judgment, in 1868 BC formed the Dead Sea --
Abraham's sacrifice --
Reuel, the father-in-law of Moses, descended from Abraham through Ishmael and Esau --
God chose Jacob : He putteth one down and setteth up another --
The chronological pattern of the patriarch's births --
The return of Jacob from Padan-Aram in wealth, as God had prospered him --
The seventy souls which came into Egypt --
Jacob was 130 years old when Israel's sojourn was half over --
In the selfsame day, 430 years after Abram's 75th year, Israel's sojourning was completed --
April 14 to 17, three days and three nights (compare Jonah 1:17, Matt. 12:40) --
The Ten Commandments were given audibly for all Israel to hear in June, 1462 BC --
A calendar of the feasts of the Lord (Lev. 23:2) --
The Urim and Thummim was the written law of the Lord (Ex. 28:30) --
The tabernacle was first reared up at Mt. Sinai, April 1, 1461 BC --
Israel took their journey in their proper order (Num. 10:11-28) --
In 1461 BC, from Sinai on May 20th, to Kadesh-Barnea ca. August 20th (approximately 90 days) --
Israel's 40 years of wandering completed April 10, 1422 BC --
April 10, 1422 BC, Joshua led all Israel across Jordan (Joshua 4:19) --
Canaan's ancient trade routes (Jud. 5:6) --
The first sabbatical year (7th year) in Canaan, Israel's inheritances were allotted --
Moses was Israel's first judge (Ex. 18:13) --
Joshua succeeded Moses --
Judging over all Israel ended after 435 years, ending with Samuel (1 Sam. 7:15-17) --
David's family and his warriors. Bathsheba, a priestess, married David, and bore Solomon, foretold of God (1 Chr. 22:9-10) --
The kingdom was Solomon's from the Lord (1 Chr. 22:9-10) --
Solomon's temple dedication was completed in the ninth jubilee year, 972 BC --
The kingdom of Israel under Jeroboam separated from the kingdom of Judah --
Elijah, God's prophet of fire, during wicked Ahab's reign --
The great earthquake that destroyed Tyre --
The years of Rome began in 753 BC --
Hezekiah's life was extended by 15 years --
Job was contemporary with Nebuchadnezzar (Job 40:15) --
Rebuilding of the temple of Zorobabel at Jerusalem began in 538 BC --
The 70 years of captivity were over with the completion of the rebuilt temple in 516 BC --
For such a time as this, Esther came --
The Septuagint was translated from the original Hebrew to Greek --
God is Jesus' Father (Matt. 1:18, Luke 1:26-35) --
The births of John the Baptist, and Jesus the Christ --
In the 400th year after creation, Jesus was anointed of God, and baptized by John --
Map of Palestine in the time of Christ --
Luke's eyewitness account to most excellent Theophilus --
Wise men from the Babylonian captivity seek their Messiah --
Cleansing of the temple by Jesus, when he was full priestly age for service --
The Lord's Prayer was given on Mt. of Olives AD 28 --
Judas Iscariot's father was Simon the Leper (John 12:4, 13:2) --
Events of Jesus' last Passover Day, Thursday, April 14, AD 29 --
Events of Friday, Preparation Day, Crucifixion Day, April 15, AD 29 (Mark 15:42) --
Pentecost always falls on a Sunday, the 50th day after the Sabbath of the Passover week --
Pictures of Pentecost and the Ascension --
Map of Paul's missionary tours, and pictures --
God set April (Abib, Nisan) as the first month of the year --
The Gregorian calendar --
The accuracy of the Gregorian calendar brings the Bible dates through perfectly from creation --
The 14 possible calendar years --
Numbers 8 thru 14 are always leap years.
Responsibility: by Frank R. Klassen.

Abstract:

God, the Master Architect, had a plan for Man before the world began. He provided the Savior before the foundation of the world (Matt. 25:34, Acts 15:18, Eph. 1:4, Rev. 13:8). Being a builder myself, I recognize the need of a plan (blueprint) for building. Using the King James translation of the Bible, I have copied God's specifications. I have engineered the progression of dates and events, unfolding the panorama of the entire Bible. Building upon the foundation of biblical dates, the plan of salvation has been brought into focus by means of the chronology of the Bible. I have used dates, datelines, graphs, diagrams, tabulations, calendars, pictures, maps, and comments to accomplish this feat. - Preface.

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