The Timeline for Mankind

Keraz

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Yahchristian said:
Sorry, but I can't just take your word for it. :)
Can you please provide a list.

I am truly fascinated with this subject.
But as a Mathematician, I need to see the details to be convinced.

7000 years from the Creation to the Completion of Mankind:

Genesis 1:27 Adam was created in 3970.5 BC subtracted back from 586 BCE, from:

Gen 5:3 Seth +130, Gen 5:6 Enoch +105, Gen 5:9 Kenan +90, Gen 5:12 Mahalalel +70, Gen 5:15 Jared +65, Gen 5:18 Enoch +162, Gen 5:21 Methuselah +65, Gen 5:25 Lamech +187, Gen 5:28 Noah+182, Gen 7:6 The Flood came when Noah was +600, Gen 11:10 Our year 2314.5 BC

Arpachshad +2 - born to Shem after the flood. Gen 11:12 Selah +35, Gen 11:14 Heber +30, Gen 11:16 Peleg +34, Gen 11:18 Reu +30, Gen 11:20 Serug +32, Gen 11:22 Nahor +30 , Gen 11:24 Terah +29, Gen 11:26 Abram +70, Abram was +52 when God called him and they left Ur. Our year 1970.5 BCE He lived in Haran for 23 years, then went to Canaan at age 75. Genesis 12:4 Total years so far = 2000


Gen 17:1, Abraham was 99 when the Covenant was made with God. +47 Genesis 17:1-8

Galatians 3:17 Paul states that the Law was given +430 after the Covenant. Total years elapsed until the Exodus – 2477, in our year 1493.5 BC.

1 Kings 6:1 The Temple construction starts, in the 4th year of King Solomon +480 since the Torah was given at the Exodus.. 1 Kings 11:42 Solomon 40 minus 4 = +36, 1 Kings 14:21 Rehoboam +17, 1 Kings 15:2 Abijah +3, 2 Chron 16:13 Asa +41, 1 Kings 22:42 Jehoshaphat +25, 2 Kings 8:17 Jehoram +8, 2 Kings 8:26 Ahaziah +1, 2 Kings 11:1-3 Athaliah +6, 2 Kings 12:1 Joash +40, 2 Kings 14:2 Amaziah +29, 2 Kings 15:1-2 Azariah +52, 2 Kings 15:33 Jotham +16, 2 Kings 16:2 Ahaz +16, 2 Kings 18:1-2 Hezekiah +29, 2 Kings 21:1 Manasseh +55, 2 Kings 21:19 Amon +2, 2 Kings 22:1 Josiah +31, 2 Kings 23:31 Jehoahaz +3mths, 2 Kings 23:36 Jehoiakim +11, 2 Kings 24:8 Jehoichin +3mths, 2 Kings 24:18-20 Zedekiah +11, who ruled until the Babylonian captivity in our year of 586 BC.

Total elapsed years to the first exile of Judah = 3386.5

586 BC + 613.5 years + 2
comes to 29.5/30 AD, the date of Jesus’ acknowledgment as King of Israel. Plus 2 to include the total number of elapsed years, as our calendar system counts years from their commencement.

3386.5 + 613.5 = 4000 years from Adam to Jesus.



June
2022 AD - 29.5/30 AD = 1992 years since Jesus made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the first Palm Sunday

1992 + 4000 = 5992 years, is where we are now. 5991 + 9 = 6000 years

2022 AD + 8 = 2030 AD


Exactly 2000 years for the present Church age, until Jesus Returns.
4000 since Abraham, 6000 since Adam. Next comes the 1000 year reign of King Jesus.
The final wrap up and the Great White Throne judgement of all people: 7000 years.

Revelation 22...I saw a new Heaven and a new Earth and the Holy City, made ready like a bride... A new Beginning!



Addendum
: Because Jesus worked in His mission on earth for 3½ years, the two ‘days’ prophesied in Hosea 6:2 and confirmed by Jesus in Luke 13:32, that He will spend in heaven from Ascension to Return, maybe should have the 3½ years added to it, making a total of 2003.5 years since 29.5 AD = 2033 for His Return and the commencement of the Millennium.
This would give more time for all the prophesied things, as described in Revelation 6:12 to Rev 19:11 to take place.
Ref: logostelos.info
 

Yahchristian

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Galatians 3:17 Paul states that the Law was given +430 after the Covenant. Total years elapsed until the Exodus – 2477, in our year 1493.5 BC.

1 Kings 6:1 The Temple construction starts, in the 4th year of King Solomon +480 since the Torah was given at the Exodus..

You have the 4th year of Solomon’s reign being 1013 BC (1493 - 480).

Correct?

That would make the 1st year of Solomon’s reign being 1016 BC (1013 + 3).

That would make the 1st year of David’s reign being 1056 BC (1016 + 40).

That would make the 8th year of David’s reign (his first in Jerusalem) being 1049 BC (1056 - 7).

Based on archeological evidence, the date David was crowned king in Jerusalem is calculated to be between 1005-999 BC.

Do a Google search for “Jerusalem 3000”.

How certain are you it was 44-50 years earlier in 1049 BC?


P.S.

You cannot just add up the years of the reigns of the kings in Israel because there is some overlapping.

You have to compare the list of Judah’s kings with the list of Israel’s kings in order to calculate the dates.
 

Keraz

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Based on archeological evidence, the date David was crowned king in Jerusalem is calculated to be between 1005-999 BC.
Did they dig up a calendar? Anyway; I do not trust the Jewish calendar.
You cannot just add up the years of the reigns of the kings in Israel because there is some overlapping.
If we cannot trust the given time periods in the Bible, then where are we? As for those times mostly being only to the nearest year, any plus or minus days, weeks or months, cancel each other out in a long list, such as we have.
You have to compare the list of Judah’s kings with the list of Israel’s kings in order to calculate the dates.
No I don't, because only Judah's Kings apply for this exercise.

What you and everyone else cannot deny, is the 2 exact 2000 year tranches, Adam to Abraham, Abraham to Jesus, and now nearly the 3rd - Jesus acclaimed as King in 30 AD, soon to Return in 2030, for the final thousand years of God's decreed time for mankind.
People not wanting to believe this is understandable, but denial is not very smart, as the dramatic events of the end times come and you are surprised and clueless about it all.
 

American Gothic

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What you and everyone else cannot deny, is the 2 exact 2000 year tranches, Adam to Abraham, Abraham to Jesus, and now nearly the 3rd - Jesus acclaimed as King in 30 AD, soon to Return in 2030, for the final thousand years of God's decreed time for mankind.
we agree on the concept of Ages and the length of them
I don't think they necessarily have to line up EXACTLY as you suggest, but may be very in the Ballpark of what you suggest

I'm very open to the idea the Church's time on Earth is 2000 years or so, as you suggest
what is prophesied for Israel and the nations Tribulation wise isn't necessarily a concern for the Church itself

Did they dig up a calendar?
possibly, and we can question the Rabbinic (today's Judaism) calendar
 

Keraz

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we agree on the concept of Ages and the length of them
I don't think they necessarily have to line up EXACTLY as you suggest,
Thanks.
But they do.. I was amazed to see how the exact 2000 year periods worked out.
what is prophesied for Israel and the nations Tribulation wise isn't necessarily a concern for the Church itself
Oh, but it IS a concern for us Christians. We will all face the great testing time to come. 1 Peter 4:12 Revelation 12:17
possibly, and we can question the Rabbinic (today's Judaism) calendar
'possibly'; - you have been watching too much Flintstones.
The Jewish calendar is wrong, by about 160 years. They actually know this and refuse to correct it.
 

American Gothic

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'possibly' - ...too much Flintstones
I meant "possibly another calendar has already been dug up :)

Oh, but it is a concern
the Church has amazing promises of her own tho (mercy = Rapture)

"But you, beloved, building yourselves up on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life." Jude 1

"...there shall be a judgment on all. But with the righteous He will make peace; and will protect the elect and mercy shall be on them.” Enoch 1
 

Yahchristian

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No I don't, because only Judah's Kings apply for this exercise.

Actually you do.

When the Bible says King _____ of Israel began to reign in the __ year of King _____ of Judah’s reign...

That all has to correlate.

It is easy to prove that you just can’t add up the years of either line of kings.

There was some overlapping. Father and son co-reigning etc.
 
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American Gothic

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3925bc Creation week 1AM (AM = year of the World)
2268bc the Flood 1656AM
1978bc Abraham born 1948AM
1908bc Abrahamic covenant established 2018AM
1478bc the Exodus 2248AM
990bc 1st Temple dedicated 2935AM
558/7bc 1st Temple destroyed 3338AM

2bc Messiah birth
32ad Messiah death 3957AM
1948ad Israel's second birth 5873AM
1967ad Israel takes Temple mount 5893AM

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1926bc age of Creation ends 2000AM
75ad age of Torah ends 4000AM
2075bc age of Grace ends 6000AM

2076ad Kingdom age begins 6001AM
3075ad Kingdom age ends 7000AM

just listing these for discussion, not insisting they must be accepted
biblefacts.org
dsscalendar.org
 

Keraz

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That all has to correlate.
Yes; until the Kingdoms split after King Rehoboam. Then it must follow the Kingdom of Judah.
The Kingdom of Israel, the ten Northern tribes ceased in 722 BC.

Why is there any objection at all to the timeline based on given Bible time periods, meshed into our Gregorian Calendar by the proven date of the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BC?
Putting up other timelines, bereft of scriptural support, is just a waste of space.
 

American Gothic

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739bc two tribes exiled 3187 AM
731bc second two tribes exiled 3195 AM
721bc last of Northen tribes exiled 3205 AM

590bc final besiegement of Jerusalem (begins) 3336 AM
 
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Keraz

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590bc final besiegement of Jerusalem (begins) 3336 AM
the Babylonians besieged the city and deported its king, Jehoiachin, along with a number of other members of the court, including the priest Ezekiel. This was in 597 BCE. The Babylonians then replaced Jehoiachin with one of his relatives, Zedekiah, in the hope that he would prove a more pliable and more loyal ruler. Unfortunately for the city he also broke his oath of allegiance. This prompted another siege, beginning in 588 BCE and culminating in the fall of the city in 586 BCE. This time, the Babylonians were ruthless in their punishment. They killed or deported many of the city’s inhabitants, destroyed much of the city, and burned the Temple.
Ref; British Museum clay tablet document.

The 586 BC date in my timeline, is correct.
Why must you post wrong dates and fail to provide scriptural support?
 
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