1. God’s Creation of Time | Biblical Timeline
Have you ever wondered “Why study the Bible with respect to time?” or “Why did God create time?” In this first lesson to “Biblical Timeline,” John Hall answers these questions as an introduction to the Creation account.
2. Timeline of Patriarchy | Biblical Timeline
The first book of the Bible, Genesis, says much about time and is referenced many times throughout the Bible. In this lesson, John Hall begins his discussion of the “Biblical Timeline” with the book of Genesis and discusses the lives of many of the patriarchs in relation to the timeline.
3. From Egypt to Jordan | Biblical Timeline
The book of Exodus and Deuteronomy recount the Israelites’ escape from Egypt and their years of wandering until they finally reach the banks of the Jordan river. In this third lesson of the “Biblical Timeline,” John Hall presents an in-depth study on this period of time.
4. Israel in the Promised Land | Biblical Timeline
After Moses and Joshua’s death, God appointed judges to help govern the nation of Israel and deliver them from foreign oppressors. In this lesson, John Hall takes an in-depth look at the Scriptures to analyze this period of the “Biblical Timeline.”
5. Kings Under the United & Divided Kingdom | Biblical Timeline
Following the period of the judges, Israel was governed by kings. As a united kingdom Israel was ruled by Saul, David and Solomon. Then as a divided kingdom, Israel and Judah, each group had a succession of kings. Join John Hall as he studies the time period of the kings.
6. Babylonian Captivity | Biblical Timeline
Sadly, the Israelites turned away from God’s commandments and began worshiping false gods and partaking in other things contrary to God’s will. God used worldly nations, such as the Babylonians, to bring judgment on the Israelites. In this lesson, John Hall examines the years known as the the Israelites’ Babylonian Captivity.
7. The Prophets | Biblical Timeline
During the course of Israelite history, God sent men to help guide and direct the nation. These men were prophets, bringing messages directly from God. In this lesson, John Hall discusses many of the prophets we read about in the Old Testament and places them on the “Biblical Timeline.”
8. The Intertestamental Period | Biblical Timeline
The time between the pages of the Old Testament and the New Testament are known as the Intertestamental Period. While the Bible does not give specific dates for events that occured during this time, it does provide the order for many of events that happened. Join John Hall in this video lesson as he examines the Intertestamental Period.
9. The Life of Christ | Biblical Timeline
Using what we read in Scripture, as well as recorded secular history, we can gain a deep understanding of the times and places of the first century. The Scriptures reveal much about Jesus’ earthly ministry, including the events, places, and people that surrounded Him. In this lesson, John Hall takes an in-depth look at the life of Christ.
10. Timeline of the First Century Church | Biblical Timeline
The book of Acts picks up after Christ’s death and ascension to heaven and it records the establishment of the New Testament church. In the years to follow, Jesus’ saving message would be spread throughout the world, and even to us today. In this concluding lesson, John Hall presents a lesson on the “Biblical Timeline” of the first century Church.