2. Biblical Chronology From Creation To The End Of The Age

Below is a chart that reveals from scripture the history of the Earth from creation to the end of the age which is yet to come. Please click on the image to view or print as a PDF:

Biblically Scriptural Chronological Time Line From Creation To The End Of The Age

Biblically Scriptural Chronological Time Line From Creation To The End Of The Age


About Guide To The Bible

This book explains the intended purpose of the Bible. From scripture you will discover how God's original calendar is calculated and how He is using it to set His prophetic feasts that Jesus is fulfilling. A complete Biblically based chronological time line from creation to the end of the age is included which is linked directly to our Gregorian calendar. You will discover the true understanding of the prophesies yet to be fulfilled as well as explaining ones that have gone before. In addition is all the relevant end times information needed for Christians to make the necessary informed decisions about their future during the last days. This is the Christian’s definitive guide to the Bible.
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4 Responses to 2. Biblical Chronology From Creation To The End Of The Age

  1. Elaine says:

    Matt 24:36 says “But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.” While we are to look up when these things begin to happen, we are on shaky ground predicting precise times. Be careful my friends not to overstep what God has decreed.


  2. Mason says:

    Taking a look at your chart here I have a few questions:
    1. The current (2017/2018) Hebrew year is AM5778 according to the Maimonides Epoch…According to your chart the current year is somewhere around 5988-5989 and that is a little more than a 200 year difference. How did you get to this calculation?
    2. This may be attached to my first question but looking at your PDF I see that:
    “Exodus to Solomon’s temple being built” is listed as a 480 year period From “2514 AM” until “2994 AM” Which equals exactly 480 years. I also see that under the same entry the Roman dates given for the same time period are “1458 BC” to “982 BC” which does not equal 480 years. Please explain.
    3. Another entry listed on your chart is:
    “The 66th Jubilee”, and the date given for that is “3300 AM”. From this I can infer that you observe jubilees in periods of 50 Years and therefore disrupt the cycle of the Shmita. Even the The Book of Jubilees clearly teaches that the 50th year is ALWAYS the year following the Shabbat Year on the 49th year of a Jubilee ending the 7th week of years. The first day of the first week of years is always a new Jubilee starting the next cycle of 7 shmitas. The 50th Year is always the start of the next Shmita, and never on the Sabbath. What are your reasons for observing the Jubilee epoch on 51st year of the following the previous Jubilee cycle?

    P.S. The proper annotation of Anno Mundi dates is that the abbreviation is appended before the numeral, not after. eg. AM5567


    • Thanks for noticing the typo I’ve amended it. Maimonides 200 year error is well know, if he had better source material at his finger tips as we do today then I’m sure he would have been much more accurate. The 49/50 Jubilee debate is a well worn one and I ascribe to what the Bible says rather than the extra Biblical book of Jubilees. Interesting point about AM, never heard that but I think it’s less confusing the way it is. Many thanks again, well spotted!


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