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THE BIBLE AND THE PEOPLE

THE BIBLE AND THE PEOPLE

Since the book Genesis, 1:1 till 1:26 the people are not mentioned (because they yet were not).

Gen.1:27 speaks about the same, as Gen.1:22, i.e. since Gen.1:27 to Gen.2:21 there was only one person on the Earth, Adam to whom necessary fulfils only one commandment (see Gen.2:17) so as not to die.

Reading from Gen.2:22 to Gen.4:1 there were only two people: Adam and Eve. To them have been given: 1) Blessing, Gen.1:28; possession all Earth, the power over animals, birds, fishes; 2) the same commandment is repeated, that before has been given one Adam, Gen.3:3 which people have broken, see Gen.3:6. Consequences of infringement of the commandment: the dragon is cursed, Gen.3:14 and the God is put enmity between a seed of a dragon and a seed of the woman, Gen.3:15. The earth is cursed too, Gen.3:17 and Paradise is lost.

Gen.4:1 (The verse end) - the population of the Earth = 3 persons. Since Gen.4:2 the population of the Earth = 4 persons.

From Gen.4:3 the earth population continued to increase, and till Gen.4:24 from the general population of the earth some of people are mentioned by name (about 30 persons). By time Gen.4:26 the population of the Earth made already above 500 persons, thus all of them did not call upon the God (see more low the Table of increase of the population). First time they have called upon the name of God at birth Enos, Gen.4:26, it is probable his parents, i.e. Seth including. Whence there was this appeal to the God? The matter is that when the God has put enmity between a seed of the woman and a seed of a dragon, then those who come from a seed of woman began to call upon the God. And who come from a seed of a dragon - did not call. They were against. Between those and others there was an enmity which remained for all time of existence of mankind. By the end of the First World honor of the God continued only in a family of Noah and his sons, Gen.6:9. In hundred years after the Flood the population made about thousand persons which then have appeared on different continents. Further honor of the God continued only in the family tree of Shem while Abraham, at last, was born, Gen.11:26 from which the God has decided to make the great people, Gen.12:2. Exactly In Abraham is blessing to all nations of the earth.

The Table of increase of the population in the first years after Adam

Years from creation of Adam

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

25

30

35

Quantity of people on the Earth

4

5

6

7

8

8*

10

12

15

20

In years before Christ

3998

3995

3992

3989

3986

3983

3980

3975

3970

3965

Table sequel:

40

45

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

130

25

35

45

75

115

165

215

275

335

420

530

3960

3955

3950

3940

3930

3920

3910

3900

3890

3880

3870

The note: * the population increase delay has been caused by murder of Abel in 3983 year B.C.

The Table of a population of the First world in years before the Flood

Years from creation of Adam

500

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

1400

1500

1656*

Quantity of people on the Earth (in thousands)

40 thousands

120

150

200

250

300

400

500

600

800

In years before Christ

3500

3200

3100

3000

2900

2800

2700

2600

2500

2345

The note: *last the figure concerns a year in which there was the Flood.

Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished,

2Pet, 3:6.

The chronological Table of a life of the First world (in years B.C. *)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of Scripture

Birth of Seth, son of Adam

3871

Gen.5:3

Birth of Enos, grandson of Adam

3766

Gen.5:6

Birth of Cainan, great-grandson of Adam

3676

Gen.5:9

Birth of Mahalaleel

3606

Gen.5:12

Birth of Jared

3541

Gen.5:15

A birth of Enoch

3379

Gen.5:18

Birth of Methuselah, the son of Enoch

3314

Gen.5:21

The God took of Enoch

3014

Gen.5:24

Birth of Lamech

3127

Gen.5:25

Birth of Noah

2945

Gen.5:28

The Lord has told: let there will be their days of 120 years

On October 9th 2465

Gen.6:3

In 7 days I will pour out to a rain on the earth

On May 4th 2345

Gen.7:4

The Flood beginning

On May 12th 2345

Gen.7:11

The water prevailed 150 days

Up to October 9th 2345

Gen.7:24

Tops of mounts have looked

On December 28th 2345

Gen.8:5

Noah has opened an ark window

On February 6th 2344

Gen.8:6

The pigeon has not found to itself a place

On February 13th 2344

Gen.8:9

Noah again has let out a pigeon

On February 20th 2344

Gen.8:11

The pigeon has not come back any more

On February 28th 2344

Gen.8:12

Noah has opened an ark covering

On March 27th 2344

Gen.8:13

The Flood end

On May 22nd 2344

Gen.8:14

Note: * the widespread concept that the Christmas coincides with the beginning of the New era - it has in actual fact appeared mismatching Bible and the historical validity. Therefore in this book in all references to the Christmas mean 7th of January 2nd year B.C., when (according the data which are available for the author) Jesus Christ was born.

Chronological Tables of the Life of the second world (after the Flood)

From the Flood to Abraham (in years before Christ)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of the Holy Scripture

Birth of Arphaxad

2342

Gen.11:10

Birth of Salah

2307

Gen..11:12

Birth of Eber

2277

Gen.11:14

Birth of Peleg

2243

Gen.11:16

Birth of Reu

2213

Gen.11:18

Birth of Serug

2181

Gen.11:20

Birth of Nahor

2151

Gen.11:22

Birth of Terah, the father of Abraham

2122

Gen.11:24

Birth of Abraham

2052

Gen.11:26

Death of Terah

1917

Gen.11:32

The chronological Table of the life of Abraham (in years B.C.)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of Scripture

Abraham left from Haran

1977

Gen.12:4

One of the first wars in history of the Second world

1965

Gen.14:5

Birth of Izmail

1966

Gen.16:16

The covenant God's with Abraham

1953

Gen.17:4

Circumcision of Abraham

1953

Gen.17:24

The Lord with two Angels visits of Abraham

1953

Gen.18:2

Burning of the Sodom

1953

Gen.19:24

Birth of Isaac

1952

Gen.21:5

Tempting of Abraham

1931

Gen.22:1

Death of the Sara, the wife of Abraham

1915

Gen.23:1

Abraham marries of Keturah

1914

Gen.25:1

Birth of six sons from Keturah

from 1913 to 1908

Gen.25:2

Birth of grandsons of Abraham from Jokshan

from 1896 to 1895

Gen.25:3

Birth of Asshurim, the great-grandson of Abraham

1879

Gen.25:3

Birth of Letushim, the great-grandson of Abraham

1878

Gen.25:3

Birth of Leummim, the great-grandson of Abraham

1877

Gen.25:3

Death of Abraham

1877

Gen.25:8

Death of Izmail

1829

Gen.25:17

1. The chronological table of life of Isaac (in years B.C.)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of Scripture

Isaac marries the Rebecca

1912

Gen.25:20

Birth of the Esau and Jacob

1892

Gen.25:26

Marriage of the Esau

1852

Gen.26:34

Dream of Jacob and his leaving into the land of the people of the east

1823

Gen.28:12 - 29:1

Death of Isaac

1772

Gen.35:28,29

2. The chronological Table of the life of Jacob (in years B.C.)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of Scripture

Jacob serves for the Rachel of 7 years:

Since 1823 to 1816

Gen.29:20

Birth of the Reuben

1815

Gen.29:32

Birth of Simeon

1814

Gen.29:33

Birth of the Levi

1814

Gen.29:34

Judahs birth

1813

Gen.29:35

Dinahs birth

1810

Gen.30:21

Birth of Dan

1810

Gen.30:6

Birth Naphtali

1808

Gen.30:8

Birth of the Gad

1812

Gen.30:11

Birth of Asher

1811

Gen.30:13

Birth of Issachar

1812

Gen.30:18

Birth of Zebulun

1811

Gen.30:20

Joseph's birth

1809

Gen.30:25

Leaving of Jacob from the Laban after 20 years of service to him

1803

Gen.31:38

3. The chronological Table of the life of Joseph (in years B.C.)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of Scripture

Joseph was 17 years old

1792

Gen.37:2

Joseph is taken away to Egypt

1792

Gen.39:1

Joseph deciphers a dream of butler and baker

1781

Gen.40:6

Joseph deciphers a dream of the pharaoh

1779

Gen.41:1

Joseph is appointed over all the land of Egypt

1779

Gen.41:41

7 years of abundance in Egypt

Since 1772 to 1766

Gen.41:47

Birth of the Manasseh, son of Joseph

About 1770

Gen.41:51

Birth of the Ephraim, son of Joseph

About 1768

Gen.41:52

7 years of hunger

Since 1765 to 1759

Gen.41:54

Joseph's brothers have gone to buy bread in Egypt

1764

Gen.42:3

Joseph's brothers have gone again to buy bread

1763

Gen.43:2

There have passed 2 years of hunger on the earth

1763

Gen.45:6

Jacob and his sons have come to Egypt

April, 1762

Gen.47:9

Jacob before death calls of Joseph

1745

Gen.47:29

Demise of Jacob

1745

Gen.49:33

Joseph's death in Egypt (and simultaneously year on which comes to the end the book of Genesis)

1699

Gen.50:26

4. The chronological Table of the Second Book of Moses, EXODUS (in years B.C.)

In the book of Exodus are described events since 1699 B.C. to 1361 B.C. (except for verses Ex.1:1-5 and 16:35 which concern other time).

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of the Scripture

Birth of Moses

February, 1442

Ex. 2:2

The Moses is put in a basket on the bank of the river

May, 1442

Ex. 2:3

The Moses have stand up for one Jew

1402

Ex. 2:11

The Moses have escaped from the pharaoh and married the Zipporah

1402

Ex. 2:15-21

Was born son of Moses Gershom

1401

Ex. 2:22

The God has heard groaning of Jews in Egypt

1363

Ex. 2:23

The Angel of the Lord appeared unto Moses in a flame of a thorny bush

1363

Ex. 3:2

The Moses and the Aaron have come for the first time to the pharaoh

1362

Ex. 5:1

The Departing from the land Egyptian

April, 1362

Ex. 13:4

People murmur against Moses in wilderness

May, 1362

Ex. 16:1

The people have come to wilderness of Sinai

June, 1362

Ex. 19:1

The tabernacle, is put for the first time

April, 1361

Ex. 40:2-17

The God has given 10 commandments of the Law of Moses

On June, 13th, 1362

Ex. 20:1

5. Chronology of the Third Book of Moses, LEVITICUS

In the book of Leviticus events from July, 1362 till May, 1361 B.C. that is 10 months of wandering of the people in wilderness are described.

6. Chronology of the Fourth Book of Moses, called NUMBERS

In the book of Numbers events since May, 1361 to the beginning of 1322 B.C. (only 40 years of wandering of the people in wilderness) are described.

7. The chronological Table of the book of Numbers (in years B.C.)

The name of the event

The date of the event

Place of the Scripture

Calculation of men from 20 years and above

Since May, 1361*

Num.1:2

Crossing from wilderness Sinai in wilderness Paran

May, 1361

Num.10:11,12

Arrival the people of Israel to wilderness Zin

April, 1360

Num.20:1

Death of the Aaron (including on the basis of the book of Numbers, 33:38)

The beginning of August 1323

Num.20:26

The note:* Calculation (census) could proceed till the end of 1361 because of the big number of the people

In 31st chapter of the book of Numbers it is told, that vengeance of the Midianites and destruction of Balaam have occurred before death of Moses (which was in February, 1322 B.C.). The Lord drove the people on wilderness forty years, until all former generation has not come to an end, Num.32:13. On this basis the mention of Joshua (the son of Nun) and Caleb which have survived, see Num.14:38, concerns 4th year after land survey by Caleb, i.e. between 14th and 32nd chapter of the book of Numbers the time interval of 40 years. In the book of Numbers are described events from May, 1361 till August 1323 B.C.

8. Chronology of Fifth Book of Moses - Deuteronomy

Begins with 40th year after Departing of Israel from Egypt, Deut.1:3 that is since February 1322 B.C. But as there is a mention about Sihon, the king of the Amorites, and that the Moses have started to explain the law (Deuteronomy) a little earlier, see Deut.1:4,5 the beginning of the book the Deuteronomy concerns May, 1360 B.C. Your clothing did not wear out upon you these 40 years, Deut.8:4. This place of the book of the Deuteronomy (and on the whole words of Moses) concerns the beginning of 1322 B.C. Moses has died in February, 1322 at the age of 120 years, see Deut.34:7, in half a year after the death of Aaron. With a mention of death of Moses comes to an end and the book of Deuteronomy. In the given book are described events since May, 1360 till February, 1322 B.C.

9. Chronology of the Book of Joshua

In the book are described events, since February, 1322 to 1270 B.C. It begins since February, 1322 as the death of Moses is mentioned (Josh.1:1) which time is known from point 8 see above. A remarkable detail: described in Josh.14: 7-10 concerns 45 year after earth survey by Caleb. The earth Caleb inspected in the second year after Departing from Egypt, is more exact in one year and four months. As Departing time is known (tab. 4 see) that Caleb was received his inheritance on August, 14th 47 years after Departing or, in other words in 45 years after espy out the land when he was 85 years old, i.e. in August 1316 B.C.

Joshua was the young man when the Moses has put a tabernacle, Ex.33:11. It was in April, 1361 B.C. (Tab. 4 see). As Joshua at that time already took part in battles (see Ex.17:10) he could not be less than 19 years old. It means that in the end of 1361 B.C. he was 20 years old. Joshua son of Nan has died at the age of 110 years, Josh.24:29, i.e. it was in 1271 B.C. In Josh.24:31 are mentioned some days (or years) lived some more by elders after death of Joshua, however the author of the given Chronology dates the end of the book of Joshua the following, 1270th B.C.

10. The chronological Table of the Book of Judges, in years B.C.

In the given book events since 1316 to 952 B.C. are described.

The event name

Event date

Scripture place

Death of Joshua

1271

Judg.1:1

Funeral of Joshua

1271

Judg.2:9

Marriage of Israelites of Canaanites, Hittites and other

1297

Judg.3:5-7

Served to king Chushan-rishathaim (as punishment)

On 1289

Judg.3:8

The judge Israeli Othniel

1289 - 1249

Judg.3:9-11

The judge Israeli Ehud

1249 - 1189

Judg.3:15-30

Shamgar, the judge Israeli

1189 - 1169

Judg.3:31

Deborah the prophetess, the judge of Israel

1169 - 1129

Judg.4:4-5:31

Israel in hands of Midian for 7 years (as punishment)

1136 - 1129

Judg.6:1

Gideon, the judge Israeli

1129 - 1089

Judg.6:14 - 8:33

Abimelech, the judge Israeli

1089 - 1086

Judg.9:1-22

Tola, the judge Israeli

1086 - 1063

Judg.10:1,2

The Jair, the judge Israeli

1063 - 1041

Judg.10:3

Israel in hands of philistines (as punishment)

1041 - 1023

Judg.10:8

Jephthah, the judge Israeli

1023 - 1017

Judg.12:7

Ibzan, the judge Israeli

1017 - 1010

Judg.12:8,9

Elon, the judge Israeli

1010 - 1000

Judg.12:11

Abdon, the judge Israeli

1000 - 992

Judg.12:13,14

Israel in hands of philistines for 40 years (as punishment)

992 - 952

Judg.13:1

The Samson, the judge Israeli (in days of philistines, the previous point of the Table see)

972 - 952

Judg.15:20

Notes:

1) The Book of Judges begins since 1271 (with death of Joshua) but actually begins with earlier event, when received his lot Caleb (compare Judg. 1:10 and Josh.15:14) that is since 1316 B.C. (about time when Caleb received his lot, point 9 above see).

2) The story with Micah, see Judg.17:1 till 18:31 concerns time when tribe of the Danites sought them an inheritance to dwell in, Judg.18:1 about what it is told also in the book of Joshua.19:46. About distribution of inheritance it is spoken in the book of Joshua from 14th chapter to 17th chapter and of time the end of distribution of inheritances Is falls on 1316 B.C. At this time lived and Micah.

3) In story with the concubine is mentioned Phinehas, the son of Eleazar, Judg.20:28. Phinehas became the priest after death of father Eleazar. Eleazar has died soon after death of Joshua (Josh.24:33) about 1270th B.C. From now on Phinehas became the priest. His priesthood hardly proceeded more than 40 years. So, the period since 1270 to 1230 B.C. it also is time of story with the concubine (on the average 1250).

11. The chronological Table of the Book of Ruth, in years B.C.

In the book of Ruth are described, basically, events since 1053 to 1039 B.C., including:

The event name

Event date

Scriptures place

A famine in the land. Leaving into the country of Moab

1053

Ruth, 1:1,2

Death of the husband of the Naomi

1050

Ruth, 1:3

Death of sons of the Naomi

About 1040

Ruth, 1:5

Ruth has given birth to son Obed

1039

Ruth, 4:13-17

Birth of Jesse, father of David

1000

Ruth, 4:22

David's birth

955

Ruth, 4:22

12. The chronological Table of the First Book of Samuel, in years B.C.

In the First Book of Samuel are described events since 1010 to 925 B.C.

The event name

Event date

Scriptures place

Two wives of Elkanah

Since 1010

1 Sam.1:2

Pray of Anna in Shiloh

1004

1 Sam.1:10

Anna has given birth to the Samuel

1003

1 Sam.1:20

Samuel have led to Eli

About 996

1 Sam.1:25

Word of the Lord to the Samuel (for the first time)

990

1 Sam.3:5

Word of the Samuel to Israel

983

1 Sam.4:1

Death of two sons of Eli

983

1 Sam.4:11

Eli judged Israel 40 years

1022 - 983

1 Sam.4:18

Ark God's at Philistines for 7 months

October 983 till May 982

1 Sam.6:1

Ark God's in house of Abinadab of 20 years

Since 982 to 962

1 Sam.7:2

The Saul is anointed to be king

962

1 Sam.10:1

The second year of reign of the Saul

960

1 Sam.13:1

Death of the Samuel

927

1 Sam.28:3

Death of the Saul and his sons

October 926

1 Sam.31:2-4

13. The chronological Table of the Second Book of Samuel, in years B.C.

In the Book are described events since October 926 to April 885 B.C.

The event name

Event date

Scriptures place

Death of the Saul

On October 23nd 926

2 Sam.1:1

To David it is told about death of the Saul

On October 25th 926

2 Sam.1:2

David goes to Hebron

On October 26th 926

2 Sam.2:2

David has lodged in Hebron

Since October 27th 926

2 Sam.2:3

David is anointed to be the king over house of Judah

On October 28th* 926

2 Sam.2:4

David reigns in Hebron 7 years and 6 months

till April 28th 918

2 Sam.5:5

David reigns 33 years over all Israel in Jerusalem

Since April 23rd 918 - to April 885

2 Sam.5:5

The note:* To the author year and month of the specified events is known only. As to concrete dates (which are precisely unknown) that they are specified to make visible in real time dynamic of events. Dynamic of events, however, is displayed truly.

14. The chronological Table of the First Book of the Kings, in years B.C.

In the book are described events from January 885 to 763 B.C.

The event name

Event date

Scriptures place

David has entered in advanced year; last winter in David's life

January - February of 885

1 Ki.1:1-4

Story with false Adonijah

March of 885

1 Ki.1:5-53

Precept of David to Solomon and David's death

April 885

1 Ki.2:1-11

Building of the temple of Solomon

Since May of 883 till November of 876

1 Ki.6:38; 1 Ki.6:1

Construction of own house of Solomon

from 876 to 863

2 Chr.8:1; 1 Ki.7:1

Reign of Solomon

885 846

1 Ki.11:42

Reign of the king of the Rehoboam

846 - 830

1 Ki.11:43; 1 Ki.14:21

Attack of Shishak, king of Egypt

843

1 Ki.14:25

Abijam, the king over Judah

830 - 828

1 Ki.15:1,2

Asa, the king over Judah

828 - 788

1 Ki.15:9,10

Ahab, the king over Israel

791 - 770

1 Ki.16:29

The Jehoshaphat, the king Judaic

788 - 763

1 Ki.22:41,42

15. The chronological Table of the Second Book of the Kings, in years B.C.

In the book are described events from 770 to 436 B.C.

Scriptures place

The event name

Beginning of the event

The end of the event

Duration of event

Year of a birth

Scriptures place (by a year of a birth)

2 Ki.1:1

Death of Ahab

-

770

-

-

-

2 Ki.2:11

Ascension of Elijah

766

-

-

-

-

2 Ki.3:1

King Jehoram the son of Ahab

768

756

12 years

-

-

2 Ki.8:26

King Ahaziah the son of Jehoram

757

756

1 year

778

2 Ki.8:26

2 Ki.10:36

Jehu, the king over Israel

756

729

28 years

-

-

2 Ki.13:1

King Jehoahaz the son of Jehu

729

713

17 years

-

-

2 Ki.12:1

Jehoash*, the king over Judah

750

711

40 years

756

2 Chr.24:1

2 Ki.13:10

Jehoash* the son of Jehoahaz (king over Israel)

713

697

16 years

-

-

2 Ki.14:1,2

Amaziah, the king over Judah

711

683

29 years

735

2 Ki.14:2

2 Ki.14:23

Jeroboam II, king of Israel

697

657

41 years

-

-

2 Ki.15:1

Azariah king of Judah

671

620

52 years

686

2 Ki.15:2

2 Ki.15:8

Zachariah king of Israel

633

-

6 months

-

-

2 Ki.15:13

Shallum king of Israel

632

-

1 month

-

-

2 Ki.15:17

Menahem king of Israel

632

622

10 years

-

-

2 Ki.15:23

Pekahiah king of Israel

622

621

2 years

-

-

2 Ki.15:27

Pekah the king of Israel

621

601

20 years

-

-

2 Ki.15:32

Jotham the king of Judah

620

605

16 years

644

2 Ki.15:33

2 Ki.16:1

Ahaz the king of Judah

605

591

16 years

624

2 Ki.16:2

2 Ki.17:1

Hoshea the king of Israel

594

585

9 years

-

-

2 Ki.18:1

Hezekiah the king of Judah

591

562

29 years

616

2 Ki.18:2

2 Ki.21:1

Manasseh the king of Judah

563

514

50 years

574

2 Ki.21:1

2 Ki.21:18

Amon the king of Judah

514

513

2 years

535

2 Ki.21:19

2 Ki.21:26

Josiah the king of Judah

513

483

31 years

520

2 Ki.21:1

2 Ki.23:30

Jehoahaz the king of Judah

October 483

December 483

3 months

506

2 Ki.23:31

2 Ki.23:34

Johoiakim the king of Judah

January 482

December 472

11 years

505

2 Ki.23:36

2 Chr.36:9

Jehoiachin the king of Judah

471 * resettlement to Babylon

3 months and 10 days

489

2 Ki.24:8

2 Ki.24:17

King Zedekiah

Since April of 471

461 destruction of Jerusalem

11 years

493

2 Ki.24:18

Tte note: *Jehoiachin reigned since December 22nd of 472 B.C. to March 29th of 471 B.C. Resettlement has begun with the end of March of 471 B.C..Grounds for such conclusion: his reign has ended when the year was expired, 2Chr.36:10 that is when the regular Jewish calendar year has terminated (at that time the end of the year fell on March 29th). In total Jehoiachin reigned 3 months and 10 days, 2Chr.36:9, including: in month of Adar - 29 days, in month of Sebat - 30 days, in month of Tebeth 29 days and 10 days in month of Chisleu (only 98 days of reign). Considering, that 401st year B.C. was leap, Jrhoiachin has started to reign since December, 22nd of 402nd year B.C.

16. Chronology of the First Book of the Chronicles.

In the First Book of the Chronicles the gaped events from 4001 B.C. to 885 B.C. (from Adam to death of the king of David) are described.

1. Concerning a mention of patriarchs of the First (antediluvian) world, beginning from Adam to Noah see the Table of a life of the First world in this book.

2. Concerning of the texts 1 Chr.1:17 till 1:27 see the Chronological Table From the Flood to Abraham in this book.

3. Concerning of the texts 1 Chr.1:28-34 see the Chronological Table of the life of Abraham in this book.

4. Concerning of the texts 1 Chr.2:1,2 see Chronological Table 2 in this book.

5. Concerning of the texts 1 Chr.2:12-15 see Chronological Table 11 in this book.

6. Concerning of the text 1 Chr.3:10 see Chronological Table 14 in this book.

7. Concerning of the texts 1 Chr.3:11-17 see Chronological Table 15 in this book.

17. The chronological Table of the Second Book of the Chronicles, in years B.C.

In the given book events from 884 to 401 B.C. are described.

The event name

Event date

Scriptures place

Solomon has strengthened in his kingdom

884

2 Chr.1:1

Solomon goes to the tabernacle of the congregation where God did appear unto Solomon

882

2 Chr.1:3-7

The beginning of building of the temple of Solomon

On May, 8th 883

2 Chr.3:2

The end of construction of the temple of Solomon

876

2 Chr.5:1

The end of construction of own house of Solomon

863

2 Chr.8:1

Huram sends to Solomon the ships

876

2 Chr.8:18

Death of Solomon and accession of his son of Rehoboam

March of 846

2 Chr.9:31

Division of the kingdom of Israel

846

2 Chr.10:19

War of pharaoh Shishak against Jerusalem

843

2 Chr.12:2

Death of the Rehoboam and accession of his son Abijah

830

2 Chr.12:16

Death of Abijah and accession of his son Asa

828

2 Chr.14:1

35th year of reign Asa

794

2 Chr.15:19

King Baasha came up against Asa

793

2 Chr.16:1

The king Asa was ill with feet

790

2 Chr.16:12

Death of Asa and accession of his son of Jehoshaphat

788

2 Chr.16:13

The Jehoshaphat sends to teach the people to the law of the Lord

786

2 Chr.17:7-9

The Ahab goes with the Jehoshaphat in the war

770

2 Chr.18:3-28

Death of Ahab

770

2 Chr.18:34

Death of the Jehoshaphat and accession of his son Jehoram

763

2 Chr.21:1

Jehoram it is struck by incurable illness

759

2 Chr.21:18

Death of Jehoram

757

2 Chr.21:19

King Ahaziah

Since 757

2 Chr.22:1

Death of Ahaziah

756

2 Chr.22:2,9

Covenant of Jehoiada

750

2 Chr.23:1-3

Death of Jehoiada of the priest

712

2 Chr.24:15

Death of kind Joash and accession of his son Amaziah

711

2 Chr.24:25-27

The end of reign Amaziah

683

2 Chr.25:1,28

Reign of Uzziah, son of Amaziah

671 - 620

2 Chr.26:3

Reign of Jotham, son of Uzziah

620 - 605

2 Chr.27:1

Accession of Ahaz, son of Uzziah

605

2 Chr.28:1

Death of Ahaz and accession of his son Hezekiah

591

2 Chr.28:27

Reign of Hezekiah

591 - 562

2 Chr.29:1

Reign of the Manasseh, son of Hezekiah

562 - 513

2 Chr.33:1

Reign of Amon, the son of the Manasseh

513 - 512

2 Chr.33:21

Reign of Josiah, son of Amon

512 - 482

2 Chr.34:1

Josiah has began to seek after the God

505

2 Chr.34:3

Josiah is cleared the House of the God

495

2 Chr.34:8

Josiah is restored by Passover commemorating

495

2 Chr.35:19

Accession of Jehoahaz the son of Josiah

482

2 Chr.36:1

Pharaoh Necho made Eliakim king over Judah. Reign of the Eliakim

482 - 472

2 .36:4,5

Accession of Jehoiachin the son of the Jehoiakim

472

2 .36:9

Nebuchadnezzar made Zedekiah the brother of the Jehoiachin king over Judah and Jerusalem. Reign of Zedekiah

471 - 461

2 .36:11

Burning of the Temple and destruction of Jerusalem

461

2 .36:19

The end of Babylonian captivity. The king the Cyrus declares freedom to Jews to come back in Jerusalem

401

2.36:22

18. The chronological Table of the book of Ezra, in years B.C.

In the book events since March of 401 till January of 344 B.C. are described.

The event name

Event date

Scriptures place

The first year of Cyrus king of Persia

Since 3rd of April 402 till 3rd of April 401

Ezra, 1:1

The decree of the king of the Cyrus about Temple restoration in Jerusalem

On March, 29th of 401

Ezra,1:1

The people part has already come back

October of 401

Ezra,3:1

Feast of Tabernacles in the first year after returning of the people Israeli

October of 401

Ezra,3:4

The second year after returning to the house God's.

May of 400

Ezra,3:8

Work has stopped at the house God's and it proceeded:

Till 357

Ezra,4:24*

Have ended the house God's

On March, 10th 354

Ezra,6:15 **

Have made Passover in a year of the termination of the house God's

April of 354

Ezra,6:19

Coming of Ezra to Jerusalem

345

Ezra,7:8

Session for research of cases of a marriage of representatives of another nation is appointed

January of 344

Ezra,10:16

Notes:* Obstacles have begun in reign of the Cyrus and proceeded till second year of king Darius.

** The temple was built for 46 years, John, 2:20, since May of 400 B.C., therefore mean 354 B.C., are more exact on March, 10th 354 B.C. (6th year of Darius). From here Darius has started to reign in 359 B.C. Succession of governing of kings:

1) the Cyrus, 402 371; 2) Ahasuerus, 371 359: Darius, 359 352; 3) Artaxerxes, 352 320; the First year of reign of the Cyrus fells on April; the matter is that in the book of Daniel, 10:4 is mentioned 24th day of the first month (and before this day even 21 day of fast, Dan.10:3). The first month of the Jewish calendar approximately corresponds to April. In this case the beginning of days of fast corresponds April, 3rd, and the third year of the king of the Cyrus means, Dan.10:1. On the other hand, reign of the Cyrus could begin only after March, 29th of 402 B.C. (it is the earliest possible term). So, time of the beginning of reign of the Cyrus is rigidly determined in limits between March, 31st and April, 3rd of 402 B.C.



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