Reflections on Biblical Histories: A Revised Chronology

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AuthorHouse, 10. veebr 2005 - 316 pages
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The book is a re-examination of the Old Testament and historic figures contained therein, plus a glimpse into the life of Jesus. The author finds fault with the chronologies of both archbishops Usher and Edwin Thiele, while showing a more accurate one for the Hebrew histories to have occurred using various disciplines. (Such as archeology, Assyriology, astronomy, Biblical studies, church history, Egyptology, Historic Geology, and Paleography.)

 

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Contents

Problems encountered with Chronology
1
Background on the Old Testament Writings
14
Thoughts on Noah the Ark and the Flood
37
John Romer 116
42
Abraham
59
Concerning Moses
83
Jonathan 136 139
91
On the Destruction of Jericho by Joshua
111
Laetus in The Phoenicia
162
The Period of the Kings of the Divided Monarchy
169
The Hebrews a General Summary of their History
186
Regarding Jesus
205
The Baals and AStaroths
222
Wandering List
231
Quick lookup guide to figures mentioned in Bible
246
A General Chronogy of Jesus
260

Saul and David
131
Kedorlaomer 64
137
Solomons place
154

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About the author (2005)

Robert Palmer, a former Deacon of the Holy Eastern Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church of God in America, has been on a quest to unlock the mystery surrounding the Old Testament history using what he has learned in college and from Father Ogden’s tutoring as a base, after moving into seclusion. Now he is wanting to share the information that he has uncovered with you to give you a better understanding of the Bible’s historic figures in their place.

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