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2370 BCE, Floodwaters fall
2018 BCE, Abraham born
1943 BCE, Abrahamic covenant
1750 BCE, Joseph sold as a slave
b. 1613 BCE, Job’s trial
1513 BCE, Exodus from Egypt
1473 BCE, Israel enters Canaan under Joshua
1467 BCE, Major conquest of Canaan completed
1117 BCE, Saul anointed as king
1070 BCE, God makes Kingdom promise to David
1037 BCE, Solomon becomes king
1027 BCE, First temple in Jerusalem completed
c. 1020 BCE, Song of Solomon completed
997 BCE, Israel is divided into two kingdoms
c. 717 BCE, Compiling of Proverbs completed
607 BCE, Jerusalem destroyed; exile in Babylon begins
539 BCE, Babylon falls to the conqueror Cyrus
537 BCE, Jewish exiles return to Jerusalem
455 BCE, Jerusalem’s walls rebuilt; 69 weeks of years begin
a. 443 BCE, Malachi completes his prophetic book
From the beginning of the Flood to
the covenant with Abraham
From the beginning of the flood to Arpachshad’s birth, 2 years
Then to the birth of Shelah, 35 years
To the birth of Eber, 30 years
To the birth of Peleg, 34 years
To the birth of Reu, 30 years
To the birth of Serug, 32 years
To the birth of Nahor, 30 years
To the birth of Terah, 29 years
To the death of Terah when Abraham was 75 years old, 205 years
Total 427 years
From the Abrahamic covenant to the Exodus
Now the promises were spoken to Abraham and to his offspring.
It does not say, “and to your descendants,” in the sense of many.
Rather, it says, “and to your offspring,”
in the sense of one, who is Christ.
Further, I say this: The Law, which came into being 430 years later,
does not invalidate the covenant previously made by God,
so as to abolish the promise.
Galatians 3:16, 17
Total 430 years

See also: Timeline

Pages in category "Abrahamic covenant narratives"

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