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Old Testament Time Line BIBLE 103 Old Testament Studies Instructor Prof. Sonja T. Sheffield Spring March 14-May 7, 2016 Old Testament Time Line
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Creation & Primeval History 4000 B.C 2010 B.C 4000 B.C Creation Genesis 1 4000 B.C God creates Adam Genesis 2 4000 B.C God creates Eve Genesis 2 4000 B.C The First sin Genesis 3 4000 B.C God cast Adam and Eve out of garden Genesis 3 3000 B.C Cain Kills Abel Genesis 4 3000 B.C God Calls Noah Genesis 6 2500 B.C Noah builds the Ark Genesis 6 2500 B.C God's wrath Genesis 6 2500 B.C Animals arrive on Ark Genesis 6 2500 B.C God cause rain for the first time Genesis 7 2500 B.C Earth is destroyed Genesis 7 2500 B.C Flood ends after 40 days and nights Genesis 7 2500 B.C Covenant of the Rainbow Genesis 7 2500 .BC The sons of Noah Genesis 7 Shem Genesis 7 Ham Genesis 7 Japheth Genesis 7 2100 B.C The Story of Job Genesis 7 2500 B.C The Great Flood Genesis 7 2500 B.C The Flood Subsides Genesis 8 2500 B.C Covenant of the Rainbow Genesis 9 2100 B.C Tower of Babel Genesis 11
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The Patriarchs 2091 B.C. – 1906 B.C 2091 B.C Sends Abram to Egypt Genesis 12 2090 B.C The Famine in Canaan Genesis 12:10 2085 B.C Abram and Lot Part Ways Genesis 13 2085 B.C God Promised Abram Many Descendant Genesis 13:14 2084 B.C Abram helps Lot Genesis 14 2081 B.C God's makes a Covenant with Abra Genesis 15 2081 B.C Sarai and Hagar Genesis 16 2080 B.C Ishmael is Born Genesis 16:15 2067 B.C The Covenant of Circumcision Genesis 17 2067 B.C God Promises a son to Abraham Genesis 18 2067 B,C The Destruction of Sodom Genesis 19 2066 B.C The Birth of Isaac Genesis 21 2054 B.C The Offering of Isaac Genesis 22 2026 B.C Isaac Marries Genesis 24 2006 B.C Birth of Jacob and Esau Genesis 25 2006 B.C Jacob steals his brothers Esau birthright Genesis 25 1991 B.C Death of Abraham Genesis 25:5 1978 B.C Esau sells his birthright Genesis 25:29 1977 B.C Isaac and Abimelech Genesis 26 1928 B.C Jacob Flees to Laban Genesis 28 1921 B.C Jacob Marries Rachel Genesis 29:28 1921 B.C Jacob’s Sons Genesis 30 1916 B.C Rachel Gives birth to Joseph Genesis30:22 1908 B.C Jacob goes to Canaan Genesis 31 1906 B.C Jacob Wrestles with God Genesis 32 1906 B.C Jacob Meets Esau Genesis 33 1906 B.C Jacob goes to Shechem Genesis 33:18 1906 B.C Jacob Returns to Bethel Genesis 35
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The Twelve Tribes Of Israel 1. REUBEN - Leah 2. SIMEON – Leah 3. LEVI – Leah 4. JUDAH - Leah 5. ISSACHAR - Leah 6. ZEBULUN - Leah 7. GAD - Leah/Zilpah 8. ASHER - Leah/Zilpah 9. DAN - Rachel/Bilhah 10. NAPHTALI - Rachel/Bilhah 11. JOSEPH - Rachel 12. BENJAMIN – Rachel The Patriarchs in Egypt 1892 B.C-1407 B.C 1898 B.C Joseph's Dreams Genesis 37 1898 B.C Joseph Sold into Slavery Genesis 37:25 1889 B.C Potiphar's Wife Accuses Joseph Genesis 39:7 1889 B.C Joseph goes to prison Genesis 39:20 1887 B.C The Cupbearer and the Baker's Dreams Genesis 40 1886 B.C Joseph Interprets Pharaoh's Dreams Genesis 41 1875 BC Famine Begins Genesis 41:53 1875 BC Joseph's Brothers go to Egypt Genesis 42 1875 BC Simeon Detained by Joseph Genesis 42:24 1875 BC The Return with Benjamin Genesis 43 1875 BC Benjamin and the Silver Cup Genesis 44 1875 BC Joseph Reveals His Identity Genesis 45 1875 BC Joseph Sends for Jacob Genesis 45:9 1875 BC Jacob and Family to Egypt Genesis 46 1875 BC Jacob to Goshen Genesis 47 1859 BC Jacob's Illness
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