Why the Bible Is Historically Accurate (2nd Ed.)
Did the Persian Empire last over 200 years or only 21 years? Was there a period of over 300 years when ancient Egypt did not have a Pharaoh? Was the Persian king Ahasuerus mentioned in the Old Testament, claimed to be Xerxes by many experts, in actuality Cyrus? This book raises these questions by challenging conventional biblical chronology, which relies chiefly on historical information, with an alternative model of the biblical timeline that is based solely on events as described in the Bible. Archaeological information is also presented which substantiates this novel approach to biblical history.
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How to Read this Book
How Do You Find the Missing Piece?
Putting the Timeline Together
Synchronizing the Biblical and Egyptian Chronologies
Synchronizing the Bible with Archaeology
Answering the So What Question
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20th dynasty Abram According Adam Ahasuerus Alexander Almagest Amram archaeological archaeologists Artaxerxes B.C. Note Babylonian begat sons beginning believe Bible book of Daniel book of Ezra born Cambyses Canaan captivity Christian Conventional Chronology Conventional Egyptian Chronology Creation crucifixion of Christ Cyaxares Cyrus Cyrus II Darius the Mede David Rohl decree Egypt Egyptian Dynasties entered Canaan evidence Exodus Ezekiel Fourth Day Chronology genealogy global flood God’s Haran Hebrew Hezekiah historians hundred Israelites Jacob Jeconiah Jehoiakim Jeremiah Jesus Christ Joseph king of Babylon king of Persia kingdom kings of Judah Kohath Lamech land Levi lived Montuhotep Moses Nahor nations Nebuchadnezzar Nebuchadnezzar’s reign Nehemiah Noah Numbers occurred Old Testament Osorkon period Persian Empire Persian kings Peter James Pharaoh Pharoahs prince prophecy prophets Ramesses XI Rehoboam reign of Artaxerxes reign of Ramesses seventy Shem Shoshenq Solomon sons and daughters Stela Temple Terah thee thou tribes unto verse Xerxes Zedekiah Zerubbabel