THE CHRONOLOGICAL TRUTH
A chronological version of the Bible
Reading the Bible in its traditional format is like examining a jigsaw puzzle before it is assembled. You get to see all the pieces and even enjoy them and benefit from them, but you don't see the whole picture. Read the entire Bible dated like a diary and get the complete and clear picture of God's story.
- Did you know that Jesus was crucified on a Thursday not a Friday?
- How did Alexander the Great's empire building contribute to Bible distribution?
- How did the Roman Empire lay a foundation for the coming of the Messiah and pave the way for the spread of the gospel?
- How do you reconcile the four gospel accounts of the resurrection? Was there one woman at the tomb or two or many? Who was at the tomb first?
- Read how apparent contradictions in the Bible are easily resolved when it is read chronologically. Follow the actual events of the Bible in their chronological sequence. Read events as they happened in the context of the prophecies about those events. Read in sequence the words of the prophets and their fulfillment.
- Did you know that chronologically, the books of Ezra and Nehemiah belong at the end of the Old Testament? See how the influence of Zechariah and Haggai contributed to the rebuilding of the temple in the time of Ezra and Nehemiah.
- Read some research into the background to the Bible: The history of Cyrus and why he allowed the Jews to return to Israel and much more.
- Read how the scientific dating of the earth is easily reconciled with the Genesis account of creation. Read about the archaeological and historical evidence for some of the more extraordinary biblical events. Read how astronomical data helped identify the date of Jesus' birth, death and resurrection.
- Read how recent archaeological discoveries have confirmed the Biblical record.
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The Chronological Bible constitutes the entire Bible. No part of the scriptures has been omitted.
Also available for Kindle e-book reader at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ESFTRC
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