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Time Elapsed Since Adam

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Another great article on these "Feasts" is found at: http://www.houseofgod.org/feast_days.htm.

This article represents a study I started back in 1982, trying to learn a little bit about the events in the Old Testament. I wanted to get a better idea of Biblical history. This is not finished. Even today, I find conflicts based on my understanding of scripture. Come with me as we learn some facts that you can not learn unless you do something crazy like this.

The tables below list a scriptural 'event', followed by how many years since the creation of Adam the event occurred, then the formula for calculating the Years AAC and finally scripture references for all this. Scholars use the Latin phrase "Anno Mundi" (AM) as the starting point for the creation of Man. I prefer the "After Adam Created" phrase myself, and have great respect for the other.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Adam created 0 It's the start! Gen 5:1-3

*The third column explains the math of how I arrived at the year of the event. I assume that Adam's aging started with his creation, not with the exile from Eden. I am not looking into what happened before Adam, nor into how long it took God to create the universe. I am not looking into how old the planet earth is, at least not here. Here I am looking into the clock of mankind from the moment God breathed life into Adam. This will not date the planet, for the planet already existed. I base my findings here on several assumptions: For information on dating the planet, from the creationist viewpoint, one of the best websites is at www.answersingenesis.org

- I assume that all times in the Bible are accurate when they relate to individual people. Apparent contradictions merely need further study to understand.

- I assume that all apparent contradictions are indicative of our misunderstanding and misinterpretations.

Unfortunately, not all events listed in the Bible give a reference to when they occurred. An example of this is the birth of Noah's first two sons, Ham and Japheth. We know they existed, but there is no mention of Noah's age at their birth. In this case, we can build the timeline around these events, because we have other, solid statements. Whenever some fill-in-the-blank work has been done, I reveal it as such. Not because I am so open, but because if there are mistakes here they are mine, and I will need the help of others to correct them.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Seth born, Adam is 130 130 0+130 Gen 5:1-3

Since Seth is born when Adam is 130, this formula is simple. This will be repeated very often, especially at this part of history, because of the tendency to mention the father's age at the time of the son's birth. Here are some more of these:

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Enosh born, Seth is 105 235 130+105 Gen 5:6
Kenan born, Enosh is 90 325 235+90 Gen 5:9
Mahalalel born, Kenan is 70 395 325+70 Gen 5:12
Jared born, Mahalalel is 65 460 395+65 Gen 5:15
Enoch born, Jared is 162 622 460+162 Gen 5:18
Methuselah born, Enoch is 65 687 622+65 Gen 5:21
Lamech born, Methuselah is 187 874 687+187 Gen 5:25

Those all are easy. Next we have the first recorded death of a 'patriarch'. This is not the first death (remember Cain and Abel?), but the first one where the sequence of time is available. Since Adam's age is given at his death, and because we know what year he was 'born', this is the easy death. Notice that eight generations of his descendents were alive at his death. What a large funeral procession it must have been!

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Adam dies at 930 930 0+930 Gen 5:5
Enoch goes to God at 365 987 622+365 Gen 5:23

Enoch was easy. The main reason I mention him is because of his unusual end. It is not recorded that he died, but that he 'went with God.' This is the first hint in the timeline scriptures about the importance of having a "great relationship" with God. For more about the importance of that relationship, see God Wants a Personal Relationship with You! elsewhere on this website.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Seth dies at 912 1,042 130+912 Gen 5:8

Seth passes away and just a few years later, Noah is born.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Noah born, Lamech is 182 1,056 874+182 Gen 5:28-29

Next we have four deaths in a row, which take almost 300 years to occur. It is feasible to believe that Noah knew each one of these men, and learned from them. They may even all be living in the same general area. Remember, the separation at the tower of Babel had not yet happened!

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Enosh dies at 905 1,140 235+905 Gen 5:11
Kenan dies at 910 1,235 325+910 Gen 5:14
Mahalalel dies at 895 1,290 395+895 Gen 5:17
Jared dies at 962 1,422 460+962 Gen 5:20

Noah's first recorded son's birth. Again, he has two brothers, but there is no information to work with on their ages. Genesis 9:20-24 makes it sound like Ham is the youngest of the three, but in fact it may be referring to Canaan being the youngest of Ham.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Shem born, 97yrs
before flood begins.
1,559 1656-97 Gen 11:10

We are told that Shem had a son at age 100, and that the son was born two years after the flood. The flood (not just the 40 days and night of rain, but the time of draining afterwards as well) was almost a year long, so from that, we get Shem's birth at (100-3) years before the flood began. (I am thankful to a visitor from Australia that caught my oversight of the flood's duration! With help, we can help get to a better picture of what really happened! Thanks!)

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Lamech dies at 777 1,651 874+777 Gen 5:31
Methuselah dies at 969 1,656 687+969 Gen 5:27

Here's something we learn because of a study like this. Methuselah dies in the same year as the flood occurs! Did he die shortly before the flood, or did he die in the flood? Were there two righteous men before God while Methuselah lived, and God was waiting for his natural death before proceeding with the flood? We don't know.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
The Flood, Noah is 600 1,656 1056+600 Gen 7:6

We can see by Noah's age, how many years since the creation of Adam until God let rain fall for the first time (Hollywood not withstanding, we should remember that rain had never fallen until the flood) and with the help of the "fountains of the deep" (ignored by Hollywood) flood the earth. In only 1656 years, our ancestors angered God to the point of virtually total destruction. (Are we any better, or is God holding on to His promise of never doing it again?) We also see, from this point on, the promise of Genesis 6:3, where God promises to reduce the lifespan of mankind down to 120 years, coming into fruition. Over the next few generations, the lifespan shortens and shortens. God didn't fulfill His promise on our timetable, but on His.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Arphaxad born, Shem is 100 1,659 1559+100 Gen 11:10
Shelah born, Arphaxad is 35 1,694 1659+35 Gen 11:12
Eber born, Shelah is 30 1,724 1694+30 Gen 11:14

Here again we find something new. We can date the destruction of the Tower of Babylon, though we must do it indirectly. Note that Eber's son, Peleg, gets that name because '... in his days the earth was divided ...'. The only division of the Earth at this time is the one caused by God because of the Tower of Babel. 'In his days' happened before he was named, so I speculate that the division happened while his mother was carrying him. If I am right, then the Tower went up only 102 years after the Flood! That didn't take long, did it? So they went from 8 people, to a large, thriving population in 102 years.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
TOWER OF BABEL 1,757 or 1,758 precedes next event! Gen
Peleg born, Eber is 34 1,758 1724+34 Gen 11:16
Reu born, Peleg is 30 1,788 1758+30 Gen 11:18
Serug born, Reu is 32 1,820 1788+32 Gen 11:20
Nahor born, Serug is 30 1,850 1820+30 Gen 11:22
Teran born, Nahor is 29 1,879 1850+29 Gen 11:24

From here there are two paths, both of which have their supporters, and I do not know which is more accurate. The difference is brought about by debate over when Abram left Haran. All agree that he left at age 75, but there are honest questions as to when he was born. Genesis 11:26 is read different ways by different scholars, making it difficult to date Teran's age at Abram's birth.

Since many later events are based on his age, this is important. Yes, I lean more towards one than the other, but for your study purposes, here are both!

So, for a timetable based on Abram leaving Haran shortly after his father's death; This assumes then that Abram was born when his father was 130 years old, but is listed first in Genesis 11:26 because of his dignity and accomplishments. (For all 8 pages, in one printable document, click here.)

or for a timetable based on Abram leaving long before his father died. This assumes then that Abram was born when his father was 70 years old, and is listed first in Genesis 11:26 because he is the first-born son. Since we know he left at age 75, this has him leave 60 years earlier than the above list. (For all 8 pages, in one printable document, click here.)
 

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Up to Abram Leaving

From the flood until this point, there are no deaths in the patriarchal lineage. That covers over 300 years!

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Peleg dies at 239 1,997 1758+239 Gen 11:16-19
Nahor dies at 148 1,998 1850+148 Gen 11:22-25
Noah dies at 950 2,006 1056+950 Gen 9:28-29

In a period of ten years (very short by the standards of the day) three key figures pass away, including the greatly revered Noah. (There are those today that claim he is the person thought of when we mention 'Father Time'.) For more on Noah's family and other cultural references to them, visit Noah.

Here's another thought: Were these deaths the reason for Teran's move to Haran? We are not told why Teran left for Canaan, nor why he stopped in Haran. But these men all died shortly before the birth of Abram, whom he took with him.

Remember that Teran was the one to take his family from the land of the Chaldeans to the land of Ur. Abram and Sarai were already married when they went to Ur, as Sarai accompanied her in-laws on the trip. Once they reached Haran, they stopped, and Teran never completed the journey he started! But that is getting ahead of the next event.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Abram Born 2,009 2084-75 Gen 12:1-4

Here the math has complications. Genesis 11:26 "appears" to say that Abram was born when his father, Terah, was 70. That would put Abram's birth in the 1,949th year since Adam's creation. I used to believe that, (if you still do, you may want to view the other timeline), but further research, and the help of others, gave me reason to show the timeline with both options. Several scholar's believe that the sons are listed in Genesis 11:26 in order of accomplishment and dignity, which is why Abram is listed first. They are apparently not listed in birth order.

So, Genesis 11:32 and 12:1-4 shows that Terah died at 205, and that Abram left when he was 75. Here, in this version of the time line, I am assuming, that Abram left shortly after his father's death. Very shortly. Thus, I put his birth as being in Terah's 130th year (205-75), only 3 years after Noah's death. So, Abram is 75 years old just after his father dies, if this is correct, and then he journeys.

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Abram Leaves Home

For those familiar with scripture and the history of the Jewish people or at least familiar with the Old Testament, here's more events. You will not have seen them in this order before, and you can note that from the list of references, as we seem to be going throughout the book of Genesis, back and forth.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Abram Born 2,009 2084-75 Gen 12:1-4

We continue with Abram's birth.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Reu dies at 239 2,026 1787+239 Gen 11:18-21
Serug dies at 230 2,050 1820+230 Gen 11:22-23
Teran dies at 205 2,084 1879+205 Gen 11:32
Abraham leaves Haran 2,084 in sequence Gen 12:4

Abraham leaves Haran, gets the covenant, and enters Egypt. This is a significant year, because the Exodus dates from it, according to Galatians 3:17. The law (the 10 Commandments) was given 430 years after the promise to Abraham. Also note that Abraham entered Egypt with his 'sister' at this time, so it is not unreasonable (to me) to use this time as the start of the 430 years.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Ishmael born, Abraham is 86 2,095 2009+86 Gen 16:16
Arphaxad dies at 438 2,097 1659+438 Gen 11:10-13
Abraham Circumcised at 99 2,108 2009+99 Gen 17:1
Isaac promised within the year 2,108 as above Gen 18:1-15
Sodom & Gomorrah Destroyed 2,109 in sequence Gen 17-20:5
Isaac born, Abraham is 100 2,109 2009+100 Gen 20:5
Shelah dies at 433 2,127 1694+433 Gen 11:12-15
Shem dies at 600 2,159 1559+600 Gen 11:10-11
Jacob & Esau born, Isaac is 60 2,169 2109+60 Gen 25:26
Abraham dies at 175 2,184 2009+175 Gen 25:7
Eber dies at 464 2,188 1724+464 Gen 11:14-17
Esau marries at 40 2,209 2169+40 Gen
Ishmael dies at 137 2,232 2095+137 Gen 25:17
Joseph born 2,260 2299-39 Gen 30:22-24
Joseph has dreams at 17 2,277 2260+17 Gen 37:1-11
Isaac dies at 180 2,289 2109+180 Gen 35:28
Joseph is 30 / start 7 fat years 2,290 2260+30 Gen 41:46
End 7 fat /start 7 lean years 2,297 2299-2 Gen 41:54
Jacob in Egypt @130, Joseph is 39 2,299 2169+130 Gen 47:9
Seven lean years end 2,304 2297+7 Gen 45:9-1;47:11
Jacob dies at 147 2,316 2169+147 Gen 47:28
Joseph dies at 110 2,370 2260+110 Gen 50:22-26

The list above is pretty self-explanatory. A sequence of events, all simple to date from earlier events.

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Exodus To Saul

The sequence continues, with some major events listed in this section. Notice that for the dating of the Exodus I have chosen to take the sequence from Paul's information in Galatians.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Aaron born 2,431 2514-83 Exodus 7:7
Moses born 2,434 2514-80 Acts 7:23
Joshua born 2,449 2559-110  
Moses murders, Flees at 40 2,474 2434+40 Acts 7:23
Moses talks to burning bush before
2,514
before Exodus Exodus 7:7
Acts7:29
Ten plagues of Egypt before 2,514 before Exodus Exodus14:13-31
Exodus begins! 2,514 2084+430 Gal 3:17,
Exodus 12:41

Abram left Canaan in 2084, and received the Covenant. It was re-confirmed at later dates with him. Moses received the Law on the mountain shortly after passing through the Red Sea. These two events are 430 years apart. (Galatians 3:17)

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Ten Commandments given to Moses 2,514 as Exodus Exodus 19-20
Spies sent out, Caleb is 40 2,514 as Exodus Num13:1
Josh14:7
Exodus lasts 40 years 2,554 2514+40 Num 14:34
Moses dies at 120 2,554 2434+120 Deut34:7
Acts7:23
Joshua leads Israel thru Jordan 2,554 as above Josh 3:1-17
Jericho scouted and destroyed 2,554 as above Josh 2,6
Sun stopped for Joshua 2,554 as above Josh 10:12-15
Land divided among the tribes 2,559 2554+5 Josh 14:6-12
Joshua dies at 110 2,559 as above Josh 24:29
Mesopotamian 8 year rule starts 2,559 as above Judge 3:8
Othniel, 1st judge, leads revolt 2,567 2559+8 Judge 3:9-11
Othniel dies after 40 years 2,607 2567+40 Judge 3:11
Moabite 18 year rule starts 2,607 as above Judge 3:14
Ehud leads revolt 2,625 2607+18 Judge 3:15
80 years of peace (Ehud/Shamgar) 2,625 as above Judge 3:30
Canaanite 20 year rule starts 2,705 2625+80 Judge 4:1-3
Deborah leads revolt 2,725 2705+20 Judge 4-5
40 years of peace 2,725 as above Judge 5:31
Midian 7 year rule starts 2,745 2725+40 Judge 6:1
Gideon leads revolt 2,772 2765+7 Judge 6-8
40 years of peace 2,772 as above Judge 8:28
Abimelech's conspiracy 2,812 2772+40 Judge 9
He judges for 3 years 2,812 as above Judge 9:22
Tola judges for 23 2,815 2812+3 Judge 10:1
Jair judges for 22 2,838 2815+23 Judge 10:3
Philistine/Ammonite rule for 18 2,860 2838+22 Judge 10:6-8
Jephtheh leads revolt 2,878 2860+18 Judge 11:26
Jephtheh judges for 6 years 2,878 as above Judge 12:7
Ibzan judges 7 years 2,884 2878+6 Judge 12:8
Elon judges 10 years 2,891 2884+7 Judge 12:11
Abdon judges 8 years 2,901 2891+10 Judge 12:13-15
Philistine 40 year rule 2,909 2901+8 Judge 13:1
Samson judges (last 1/2 of Philis) 2,929 2909+40-20 Judge 16:31

We know that Samson dies and his judgeship of 20 years ends at this time. But, to find when Eli takes over, we do the math differently. Acts 13:19-20 tells us that from the time the land is divided until the Samuel takes over is 450 years. We also know that Eli judged for 40 years, ending when Samuel took over. Notice that this math leaves about 20 years from the end of Samson's judgeship for the events of Judges 17 and later.

Also note that this conflicts with First Kings 6:1 which states that from the Exodus to the temple is 480 years. That leaves 30 years total for the Exodus itself, and the time of Samuel, Saul and David, which also is not correct. Again, if you have ideas, comments, inspirations or revelations please .

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Eli judges for 40 years 2,969 3,009-40 1Sam
Ark taken/Eli dies/Samuel judge 3,009 2,559+450 1Sam 4:1-7:15
Acts 13:19-20
Saul King at 32 3,029 3,009+20 1Sam 13:1

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Saul to Kingdom's End

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Saul King at 32 3,029 3,009+20 1Sam 13:1

The people of Israel are tired of having to find out who is going to save them each time a crisis pops up (theocracy) and now want to have a permanent government structure. They get the kind they asked for, and the country splits soon afterward. Many famous events are listed in this section.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
David born, youngest of 8 3,034 3,064-30 1Sam 16:1-11
David king over Judah at 30 3,064 3,071-7 1Chron 5:4
Saul dies, after 40 years 3,069 3,029+40 1Sam 13:1
Ish-Bosheth King at 40 3,069 as above 2Sam 2:8-11
Ish-Bosheth murdered after 2 3,071 3,069+2 2Sam 4
David King over all Israel 3,071 as above 2Sam 5:4-5
David dies at 70, Solomon king 3,104 3,064+40 1Kings 2:11

This next event shows a flaw in this timeline, or a misunderstanding. 1st Kings 6:1 appears to clearly state that the Temple construction starts in Solomon's 4th year as king, and in the 480th year since Israel left Egypt. Currently, the math doesn't come out. Somehow, I have 114 years in here that don't belong. For now, we shall leave them there, because I do not know how to take them out. If you have any comments or ideas or inspirations or revelations, please .

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Solomon starts Temple 3,108 3,104+4 1Kings 6:1
Temple finished, house started 3,115 3,108+7 1Kings 6:37-7:1
House finished 3,128 3,115+13 1Kings 7:1
Solomon dies, kingdom is split 3,144 3,104+40 1Kings 11:42
Jeroboam king in Israel for 22 3,144 as above 1Kings 12:12-24
Rehoboam king in Judah for 17 3,144 as above 1Ks14:21
2Chr12:13
Pharoah Shishak raids Jerusalem 3,149 3,144+5 1Ks14:25
2Chr12:1
Abijam king in Judah for 3 3,161 3,144+17 1Ks15:1
2Cr13:1-2
Asa king in Judah for 41 3,164 3,161+3 1Ks 15:9
2Chr16:13
Nadab king in Israel for 2 3,166 3,164+2 1Kings 15:25-28
Baasha king in Israel for 24 3,167 3,164+3 1Kings 15:33-
Elah king in Israel for 2 3,190 3,164+26 1Kings 16:8
Zimri king in Israel for 1 week 3,191 3,164+27 1Kings 16:15
Israel split 3,191 as above 1Kings 16:15-22
Omri king over Israel for 7 3,195 3,164+31 1Kings 16:23
Ahab king in Israel for 22 3,202 3,164+38 1Kings 16:29
Elijah destroys Baal's priests 3,204 in sequence 1Kings 18:19-40
Jehoshaphat king in Judah for 25 3,206 3,202+4 1Ks22:41
2Chr20:31
Ahaziah king in Israel for 2 3,223 3,206+17 1Kings 22:51
Jehoram/Joram king in Israel 12 3,224 3,206+18 2Kings 3:1
1:17
Jehoram king in Judah for 8 3,229 3,224+5 2Ks8:16
2Cr21:5,20
Ahaziah king in Judah for 1 3,236 3,224+12 2Kings 9:29
Jehu assassinates both kings 3,237 3,236+1 2Kings 9:14-29
Jehu king in Israel for 28 3,237 as above 2Kings 9:14-29
Athaliah Queen in Judah for 6 3,237 as above 2Kings 11:1-4
Joash king in Judah for 40 3,243 3,237+6 2Ks11:20-12:1
2Cr24
Jehoahaz king in Israel for 17 3,266 3,243+23 2Kings 10:35-36
Jehoash king in Israel for 16 3,280 3,243+37 2Kings 13:10
Amaziah king in Judah for 29 3,282 3,280+2 2Ks14:1,7
2Chr25:1
Jeroboam II king in Israel for 41 3,297 3.282+15 2Kings 14:23
Uzziah king in Judah for 52 3,324 3,297+27 2Ks14:21
2Chr26:3
Zechariah king in Israel for 1/2 3,362 3,324+38 2Kings 15:8
Shallum king in Israel for 1 week 3,363 3,324+39 2Kings 15:13
Menahem king in Israel for 10 3,363 3,363+0 2Kings 15:17
Pekahiah king in Israel for 2 3,374 3,324+50 2Kings 15:23
Pekah king in Israel for 20 3,375 3,324+51 2Kings 15:27
Jotham king in Judah for 16 3,378 3,376+2 2Ks15:32
2Cr27:1,8
Ahaz king in Judah for 16 3,393 3,376+17 2Ks16:1
2Chr28:1
Hoshea king in Israel for 9 3,405 3,393+12 2Kings 17:1
Hezekiah king in Judah for 29 3,408 3,405+3 2Ks18:1
2Chr29:1
Samaria captured, Israel Scatters 3,414 3,405+9 2Kings 17:6

There is the end of one of the two kingdoms.

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Judah Alone

The Northern Kingdom has come to an end, and the Southern continues. By the way, many people believe that the word "Jew" comes from the name of this tribe.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Samaria captured, Israel Scatters

3,414

3,405+9 2Kings 17:6
Assyrian siege 3,422 3,408+14 2Kings 18:13-19:37
Sun goes Backward 3,422 in sequence 2Kings 20:9-11
Manasseh king in Judah for 55 3,437 3,408+29 2Kings 21:1
2Chron 33:1
Amon king for 2 at 22 3,492 3437+55 2 Kings 21:19
2Chron 33:21
Josiah king for 31 at 8 3,494 3,492+2 2Kings 22:1
2Chron 34:1
Jeremiah starts ministry 3,507 3,494+13 Jeremiah 1:1-2 & 25:3
Josiah repairs temple 3,512 3,494+18 2Chron 34:8
Jehoahaz king for 3 mo. 3,525 3,494+31 2Kings 23:31
2Chron 36:2
Jehoiakim king for 11 3,525 3,525+1/4 2Kings 23:36
2Chron 36:5
Nebuchadnezzar king in Babylon 3,528 3,525+3 Jeremiah 32:1
Nebuchadnezzar subdues Jerusalem 3,528 as above 2Kings 24:1
Daniel 1:1-2
Daniel taken into exile 3,528 as above Daniel 1:1-7
Babylonian army defeats Egyptian 3,529 3,525+4 Jeremiah 46:2
Daniel interprets Neb's dream 3,529 3,528+1 Daniel 2:1-48
Jehoiakim taken to Babylon 3,536 3,525+11 2Chron 36:5-6
Jehoiachin king for 3 mo. 3,536 in sequence 2Kings 24:8, 2Chron 36:9
Babylonian Siege,
Ezekiel & king taken
3,536 as above 2Kings 24:10, 2Chron 36:10
Zedekiah king for 11 3,536 3,525+11 2Kings24:18& 2Chron36:11
Hananiah predicts peace 3,540 3,536+4 Jeremiah28:1-17
Nebuchadnezzar sieges Jerusalem 3,545 3,547-2 Jeremiah 39:1
Siege ends, city captured 3,547 3,536+11 Jeremiah 39:2
Ezekiel prophesizes against Tyre 3,547 as above Ezekiel 26:1
Gedaliah made governor for 7 mo. 3,547 in sequence Jeremiah 40:7
Gedaliah killed, flight to Egypt 3,547 in sequence Jeremiah 41:1-18,42
Jerusalem & Temple destroyed 3,547 3,536+11 Jeremiah 52:1-34(12&30)

The Exile has begun. God has taken them away from their land, as promised long ago, because of their behavior. Just as He allowed them to take possession of the land because of the behavior of the previous residents.

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Exile

Here's the last of it. The time of Exile, the 'Silent Years'. Some of the specific events I have not dated EXACTLY, but have been able to put them in sequence.

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Jerusalem & Temple destroyed 3,547 3,536+11 Jeremiah 52:1-34(12&30)
Ezekiel shown New Jerusalem 3,561 3,536+25 Ezekiel 40:1
Egypt promised to Nebuchadnezzar 3,562 3,536+27 Ezekiel 29:17-20
Ezekiel meets "living creatures" 3,566 3,536+30 Ezekiel 1:1-
Belshazzar king in Babylon for >3 ? ? Daniel 8:1
Darius the Mede, replaces Bel.@62 "Dar"   Daniel 9:1/6:1
Daniel gets vision of 70 7's ? "Dar+1" Daniel 9:1
Amel-Marduk king in Babylon 3,573 3,536+37 2Kings 25:27
Jeremiah 52:31
Jehoiachin set free 3,573 as above 2Kings 25:27
Jeremiah 52:31
Cyrus king of Persia for 3+ 3,617 as below Daniel 10:1
2Chron 36:22
Cyrus orders rebuilding of temple 3,617 3,547+70 2Chron 36:22
Jeremiah 29:10
Sheshbazzar, Zerubbabel lead return 3,617 as above Ezra 2:1-70 &
5:13-16
Daniel gets a vision of a man 3,620 3,617+3 Daniel 10:1
Ahaseurus/Xerxes king in Persia >4 "A"   Esther 1:1
Esther becomes queen ? "A+3" Esther 1:1-2:17
Artaxerxes king in Persia "Art"   Ezra 7:1
Ezra goes to Jerusalem ? "Art+7" Ezra 7:1-8
Artaxerxes halts temple work ? "Art+7+?" Ezra 4:8-24
Nehemiah governor, leads work ? "Art+20" Nehemiah 2:10 & 5:14
Nehemiah returns to cleanse ? "Art+32+?" Nehemiah
13:6-9
Darius, the Persian, king "D" ?   Haggai 1:1
Zerubbabel resumes construction ? "D+2" Ezra 6:13-15
Hag1:1
People ask about 5th month fast. ? "D+4" Zech 7:1-5
Temple repair work complete ? "D+6" Ezra 6:13-15
Birth of Christ 4,067 4,100-33  
Boy Jesus in Temple @ 12 4,079 4,067+12  
Jesus starts His ministry 4,097 4,100-3  
The Crucifixion 4,100 3,617+483 Daniel 9:25-26

To give you a time table of what has happened since the Crucifixion, here's several historic items dealing with the children of Israel:

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
Jews revolt against Rome   66 AD History
Temple destroyed by Titus   70 AD History
Hadrian destroys/rebuilds Jerusalem   135 AD History
Jews kicked out of Jerusalem   136 AD History
Constantine conquers Jerusalem   324 AD History
Omar conquers Jerusalem   638 AD History
Crusaders conquer Jerusalem   1099 AD History
Saladin conquers Jerusalem   1187 AD History
Suleiman rebuilds Jerusalem   1538 AD History
Israel reborn, Jerusalem split   1948 AD History
Six-Day War, Jerusalem re-united   1967 AD History

As for the future ... I recommend a great prophecy website at www.ad2004.com

Event, Years AAC, Formula and References
? Return of Christ ? 6,000 ? Several see the "creation week" as 6 days or 6,000 years for man, and a "Sabbath" or 1,000 years for Christ!

Obviously, since the current year beyond the Crucifixion by more than 1900 years, this study is flawed. Not everything has been revealed to me, nor to those that have helped to date. If God is willing, we shall learn more.

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