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  1. Humble Penny
    Finished writing this mini series please see (continuation) and (conclusion).
  2. Humble Penny
    @Jake Arsenal If you didn't notice from my work brother I've already taken that into account. If you check my post titled Biblical Chronology: From Adam To The End Of The World (4430 Anno Mundi - Moses To Saul) you will see that you don't get 480...
  3. Jake Arsenal
  4. Jake Arsenal
    1 Kings 6:1 And it came to pass in the four hundred and eightieth year after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon's reign over Israel, in the month Zif, which is the second month, that he began...
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  6. Humble Penny
    Updated the chart and added six new columns: 1) Anno Graecorum ("Year of the Greeks") 2) Greek King 3) Medo-Persian King 4) Babylonian King 5) Giant Statue 6) Four Beasts These changes give a fuller picture of the events in the Bible which help...
  7. Humble Penny
    I also forgot to mention that 100 AD is just about the time that one can trace the beginnings of major Anti-semetic history!
  8. Humble Penny
    Updated the chart by adding some much needed color to breakup the passages of Scripture from the events which correspond to them. The previous .pdf file just had whit cells which made it look atrocious and difficult to read and distinguish. I...
  9. Humble Penny
    For those who might be confused on how to calculate the Olympiads remember: 1 Olympiad = 4 Years ...so when you want to check the numbers in the Olympiad column multiply it by 4 Years and add it to 4692 AM... Christ's Birth 194.5 Olympiads × 4...
  10. Humble Penny
    Good morning all, I just made some minor corrections on my table as I was reviewing my work. For those who downloaded the previous .pdf file will see that I placed the birth of Christ in the 184th Olympiad when Augustus Caesar began to rule which...
  11. Humble Penny
    So...pretty much this proves that Christ died at 30 Years old in 30 AD just as Luke 3:23 hints at.
  12. Humble Penny
    Seeing that Jesus is an observant Jew He would be obligated to attend the three mandatory feasts which are only celebrated once a year to appear before YHWH with the other men: 1) Passover/Feast of Unleavened Bread 2) Feast of Weeks 3) Feast of...
  13. Humble Penny
    The explanatory notes under each table should help explain what you're looking at but, if you have questions still then feel free to ask.
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