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Holy Bible, Christianity & Science Chronology

Holy Bible, Christianity & Science Chronology

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  • ISBN-13: 9781456581817
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Release Date: Feb 04, 2011
  • Pages: 90 pages
  • Dimensions: 0.21 x 8.50 x 5.50 inches


Book - a timeline of the Holy Bible, Christianity and science. A description of Christian belief about God before creation. The Holy Bible's creation timeframe and descriptions are placed in sequence with scientific discoveries of the time of the formation of the universe, through the formation of earth, the beginning of life and the appearance of different species. Includes God existing for eternity all alone before the dynamics of matter and from the big bang to the present day. This book sequences archaeological and scientific discoveries with Creationist beliefs and detailed Holy Bible occurences and history. Bible books and or verses are listed for the different beliefs and occurences throughout the sequence of the timeline. Dates all the patriarchs, Noah's flood, tower of Babel, the exodus, the conquest of Canaan, along with the adoption of the Canaanite gods. All kings, prophets, books and every occurence is dated. Bible verses are listed for reference throughout. Includes who believed in which gods and how long those gods were worshiped. Includes the kingdom of Israel, the divided kingdoms of Israel and Juda, all the kings and prophets, the annihilation of Israel, the defeat of Judah and destruction of Jerusalem, the rebuilding under Persian rule, Greek conquest, Hasmonian dynasty, Roman conquest. Includes detailed descriptions of these pagan people's religious beliefs and practices having strong influences and impositions on Jewish and Christian religion. Includes the times of the 2 Jewish temples in Egypt after Solomon. Includes the time of the beginning of the ideas and belief in the end of the world was to happening soon and those beliefs' influence on early Christianity. Includes the Dead Sea scrolls sect and the scroll's relationship to the New Testament and sect's promotion of Jesus. Includes the suppression of Jews and Jewish wars with Rome and their influences on the beginning of Christianity. Includes the Herodians and Romans dismantling the Jerusalem temple and rebuilding a grand new Roman temple in the time of Jesus and offering sacrifices to Roman gods along with Jewish sacrifices. This lead to the rise of revolts and wars. Includes Judas the Zealot and his rebellion. Includes Jesus and his zealots, and the apostles, John the baptizer, Paul, N T occurences, the rise of Christianity, struggles, conflicts, the division of early Christianity in the book of Acts, the destruction of Jerusalem and expulsion of Jews by the Romans. Roman adoption of Christianity and the attempts to unify Christian belief to stabilize the empire. The hunting down by Roman Christianity of heretical Christians and the burning of their books. The decisions of choosing cannon. The splitting up of Christianity into separate Churches headed by different bishops and patriarchs in their different areas. The times of the different church councils and their decisions. The Great Schism. The heretical sects. The great and horrible Inquisitions that tortured and killed "heretics," and invented "witches." The Middle Ages, the Rennasainse, the Protestant Reformation. Scientific discoveries that threatened the Bible and Christian belief. Churches responses to early scientists. The dates of early evolutionists and thier teachings from before the time of Jesus and after. The dates of Charles Darwin and the people who influenced him. The reaction of the Church in response to evolutionists. The discovery of "Simon son of Jonah" (Peter's name in the N T) ossuary in a cave along with ossuaries of other N T names on other ossuaries in Mt. Olives near Jerusalem. The discovery of "Jesus son of Joseph" ossuary along with names of other N T names on ossuaries found in a tomb accross from Mt. Olives near Jerusalem. A challenge for Christianity to have a new universal humanitarian focus.

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