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Vendor: Liturgical Press
Publication Date: 1993
Dimensions: 10 1/2 X 7 1/2 (inches)
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Adults and young adults studying the Scriptures will find The Collegeville Bible Time-Line an invaluable tool. This colorful, graphic representation of the events and people of the Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament puts in hand a wealth of information in a clear, easy-to-access format. It begins around 2,-000 B.C.E., leads through a history of the nation of Israel, and ends around 100 C.E. with the establishment of the Christian Church and the writing of the New Testament Gospels. The time-line also includes dozens of references to non-biblical people and events. Thirty-two pages of text explain the eras delineated on the time-line and provide fuller details regarding important people and events.
Q: Is this timeline written from a conservative or more moderate viewpoint? In other words will this timeline reflect what critical scholars believe to be the actual dates and people of the Biblical events or does it attempt to adhere to the biblical version of history?
This timeline is written from a more moderate perspective.