History aligned with the Bible – including the Egyptian dynasties, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Greece, Rome and Philistia

 

 

Tentative alignment of the  Egyptian dynasties with the Bible and the history of Mesopotamia and the Mediteranean.

Tentative alignment of the Egyptian dynasties with the Bible and the history of Mesopotamia and the Mediteranean.

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Timeline from Noah to Christ based on dates given in the Bible and reliable historical dates

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Dates given in this diagram are based on the ages and genealogies given in the Bible. This chart differs slightly from those of other Biblical scholars in that the dates before the Exodus have been moved back by about 215 years. Many scholars have only allowed for 215 years of Egyptian slavery for the Israelites. The Bible actualy says that the Israelites were in Egypt for a period of 430 years. It can be calculated from the dates given in the Bible (Genesis Ch 11), that the flood occurred 582 years before Jacob entered Egypt (Jacob was 130 yrs old when he entered Egypt and Abraham was 100yrs old when he had Issac and Issac 60 yrs old when he had Jacob). Archaelogical evidence is increasingly pointing to the Exodus being in the 13th Egyptian Dynasty in 1445BC and this is confirmed by the Bible which says that Solomon began building the temple 480yrs after the Exodus (1Kings 6:1). If the Exodus date is correct, the flood of Noah would have occured around 2457 BC (1445+430+582).

How Did Noah Fit All the “Species” on the Ark?

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How could Noah fit millions of species in the ark? That would be simply impossible. And upon this common-sense observation, many make the next logical leap that the Bible is simply in error. But let’s reexamine their premise. What is a species? Scientific American asked this same question in their June 2008 issue, showing a clear inability by even the scientific experts to quantify the label “species.” Most commonly, a species is defined by its ability to interbreed with like creatures. But by this definition, millions of species populate our planet, and lugging them on board the ark would have been a logistical nightmare. The term “fire hazard” doesn’t even begin to describe problems that would have existed on that ark. Such a situation is clearly unthinkable.