Biblical Chronology Handbook

Biblical Chronology Handbook : A Proposed Ancient Biblical Chronology Based on Reckoning 1 Bc As a Jubilee Year

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This work aims at being the most Biblically consistent and accurate chronology for the period of creation to the time of the birth of Christ. Holland proposes a sure Biblical map of time from the birth of Terah, the father of Abraham, to the last year of the reign of king Zedekiah. One of the most important finds presented is the discovery of the precise nature of the luni-solar calendar system, which the ancient Israelites and Egyptians must have followed. The author shows how the tools of time-reckoning can be used to compute numbers of days between some events, based on the discovered calendar coupled with Biblical references. There is one area which may be controversial. Holland tries to show the correctness of the relative time spans of Harold Camping's Genesis chronologies. The author corrects the precise timing; so for example Camping dates the Flood in the year 4990 BC, but the author finds that it occurred in 4985 BC, but both Holland and Camping agree that the Flood occurred in the year 6023 from Creation. Holland maintains that he has found the best possible solution to anchor BC chronology to our modern calendar by discovering when the Jubilee years occurred. Holland believes he has found sufficient reason to place a Jubilee year coincident with the year 1 BC, but there is not an absolute proof offered. The Jubilee year most likely would have occurred after 8 BC but before 2 AD, based on when scholars believe the Exodus occurred (after 1448 BC but before 1439 BC). Chapter 8 deals with eschatology, and is presented as theoretical to avoid seeming controversial. Appendix A lists Bible chapters known to have something to do with eschatology.Book contents are as follows:Forward 1. Introduction 2. The Timing of the Jubilee Year 2.1 The Jubilee Year 2.2 The Ancient Luni-Solar Calendar System 2.3 Calculating Numbers of Days 2.4 Timing of the Exodus Relative to Jubilee Years 2.5 Timing of the Birth of Christ and Time on Earth 2.6 The 480 Years 3. A Summary of the Times of the Judges4. The Genesis Chronologies 4.1 Evidence for the Patriarchal Calendar Theory of Genesis Chronologies 4.2 Patriarchal Periods of the Egyptian Sojourn4.3 Summary of dates from Creation to Division of Kingdom4.4 Periods of the Reigns of the Kings of Israel 4.5 Periods of the Reigns of the Kings of Judah4.6 The Year 694 was a Sabbath Year 4.7 First Year of King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon4.8 Kings of Persia and Babylon5. The Timing of Joseph in Egypt6. Calculating Numbers of Days 6.1 Measures of Time6.2 Determining the Number of Days in the Egyptian Sojourn6.3 Calculating the Timing of the Exodus6.4 The Number of Days from the Exodus to December 31st 1 BC inclusive6.5 The time from 1882 to 1871 BC6.6 The 9125 Years6.7 A Small Discovery is Made, The Egyptians Must Have Kept an Accurate Calendar from the Time of Creation 6.8 Nineteen Years Prior to the Egyptian Sojourn6.9 Discovering Another Link Between BC and AD Years6.10 Summary 7. Conclusion8. A Theoretical Time Table for the Last Days8.1 Can We Know When the End Is? 8.2 Searching for the Numbers of Days in the Last DaysBibliography A. Bible books and Chapter References for Eschatology B. Additional Books Published by DL Books Nevada
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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 148.08 x 210.06 x 7.11mm | 217.72g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1508462011
  • 9781508462019